single-masted

single-masted

adj
(Nautical Terms) (of a boat) having a single mast
Translations

single-masted

[ˌsɪŋglˈmɑːstɪd] ADJde palo único
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The single-masted J/24 boat is 24 feet long, weighs more than 3,000 pounds and carries three sails.
Ship models available include decorator models along with handcrafted and one-of-a-kind models, from small, single-masted sailboats to 3- foot-long, three-masted men-of-war.
They also ale used in demanding applications, such as the world's largest single-masted sail, snake-resistant clothing for outdoor enthusiasts, and bicycle tire liners.
Still looking out over the bay, only now the sea was lapping at the base of the castle and a single-masted medieval ship was a few hundred yards out in the bay.
THE world's biggest single-masted yacht ( costing more than pounds 30 million ( set out on its maiden voyage yesterday.
THE world's biggest single-masted yacht costing more than pounds 30 million was due to set sail today on its maiden voyage.
At 247ft long, the stunning sailboat made it into the Guinness Book of Records as the largest single-masted yacht in the world.
Three 150m aisles, each served by a single-masted automated stacker crane, will hold 950kg pallets of cheese, stacked up to 11 high.
THEY rejoiced in names like Misty Lady, Cloud Nine, Bojangles and Mistress Quickly of Windsor and ranged from single-masted sailing dinghies to sleak, ocean-going motor yachts.
They were big, shallow draft single-masted sloops of Dutch design.
By the last week of June--and ahead of schedule--six single-masted sloops sailed away from the Second Peninsula off to Lunenburg.
First mate Ian Bradshaw takes in the view from the 300ft mast of Mirabella V, the biggest single-masted yacht in the world, when she was unveiled at Portsmouth Naval Base yesterday Picture: CHRIS ISON

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