I have a linguistic question for the English-speaking among you.
In my language, there is a name for the people who use wood to make ships and boats, and that name is most readily translated with "carpenter". Then there is another word to name the people who generically make woodworks (what Saint Joseph, or Mr. Geppetto would be), which in English seems also to be translated with carpenter (and only with carpenter, because other terms, such as "joiner" or "woodworker" have narrower meanings, at least according to my dictionary).
Now, I need to have the quarter for people who make ships, and another quarter for the people who make generic woodworks. What names could I use to make that clear?