Yawl-rigged - definition of Yawl-rigged by The Free Dictionary
|a.||1.||(Naut.) Having two masts with fore-and-aft sails, but differing from a schooner in that the after mast is very small, and stepped as far aft as possible. See Illustration in Appendix.|
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive
The latter yacht is still yawl-rigged
, just as she was when CYCA founder Merv Davey skippered her to a line honours victory for owner AW Edwards.
Ian Kiernan and new co-owner, Tiare Tomaszewski and her brother Ben, have entered the classic yawl-rigged
Tasman Seabird Sanyo Marls to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the boat's launching by marine artist Jack Earl, Tiare and Ben's grandfather.
To celebrate her 50th birthday, skipper Ian Kiernan and co-owners Tiara Tomaszewski, Ben Hawke and John Green have brought this yawl-rigged
, timber-hulled Tasman Seabird out of retirement to contest Australia's two toughest ocean races--the Hempel 35th Gosford Lord Howe and the Rolex Sydney Hobart--and she has already won the Lord Howe Island Race on IRC corrected time.
Despite finishing last in the 14-boat fleet, Ian Kiernan's classic timber, yawl-rigged
Sanyo Maris celebrated the 50th anniversary of her launching with an overall win on IRC handicap.