barquentine


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bar·quen·tine

 (bär′kən-tēn′)
n.
Variant of barkentine.

barquentine

(ˈbɑːkənˌtiːn) or

barquantine

n
(Nautical Terms) a sailing ship of three or more masts rigged square on the foremast and fore-and-aft on the others. Usual US and Canadian spelling: barkentine
[C17: from barque + (brig)antine]
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CLASS A SHTANDART DAR MLODZIEZY MORGENSTER FRYDERYK CHOPIN CHRISTIAN RADICH LORD NELSON OOSTERSCHELDE THALASSA CLASS B SWAN SKONNERTEN JYLLAND VEGA GAMLEBY MAYBE BRABANDER JOHANN SMIDT KAPITAN BORCHARDT CLASS CHALLENGER 3 BLACK DIAMOND OF DURHAM OCEAN VENTURE CLASS D URANIA POLITECHNIKA CLASS A: All square - rigged vessels (barque, barquentine, brig, brigantine or ship rigged) and all other vessel more than 40 metres Length Overall (LOA), regardless of rig.
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The other tall ships taking part so far are West Country ketch Bessie Ellen, ketch Maybe, main mast barquentine Pelican and the Dutch ketch Tecla.
It is a four-masted, square-rigged barquentine, 360 feet long, with 36,000 sq feet of sail and carry up to 170 passengers and 75 crew members.
This was Eira, a three-masted barquentine with a 50 hp steam engine, built at Peterhead and launched in early May 1880.
The Mandalay, a 236-foot barquentine, was purchased at auction by Fiddi Angermeyer, who operates Angermeyer Cruises in the Galapagos Islands.
The three-masted barquentine, Pelican, will depart with 28 passengers on the 80-day crossing from the city to the West Indies on September 22.
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Anyone wanting to take part can meet at the brick statues in the park at the end of Barquentine Place at 10.