tall ship


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tall ship

n
(Nautical Terms) any square-rigged sailing ship
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tall ship

nKlipper m; tall ships raceKlipperregatta f
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From the main truck of the average tall ship the horizon describes a circle of many miles, in which you can see another ship right down to her water-line; and these very eyes which follow this writing have counted in their time over a hundred sail becalmed, as if within a magic ring, not very far from the Azores - ships more or less tall.
Mackerel skies and mares' tails Make tall ships carry short sails."
We went forth in little ships and came back in great galleys--for of fifty tall ships of Spain, over two score flew the Cross of St.
Meanwhile the fleet runner Antilochus, who had been sent as messenger, reached Achilles, and found him sitting by his tall ships and boding that which was indeed too surely true.
Now the Ships will carry on the Three Festival Tall Ship Regatta which is heading to Ireland and France.
HMS Somerset moored ahead of the Three Festivals Regatta Picture: COLIN LANE The French Tall Ship, Belle Poule, at Canning Dock Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY The Lord Nelson Tall Ship arrives in Liverpool Picture: COLIN LANE
Each year, a small group of sea cadets Is chosen from hundreds of applicants to be sent on the Tall Ship Deployment.
The Mayor of Sunderland, Coun Alan Emerson and Captain Ovidiu Eram onboard tall ship Royal Helena, berthed at the Port of Sunderland
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 14, 2015-Call of the Sea Merges with Educational Tall Ship
BARRY was visited by a special vessel over the weekend, when the tall ship Stavros S Niarchos docked at the Waterfront.
org Jim Graves, Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust (Mast) chairman, wants to make Liverpool a new centre for tall ship adventure sailing holidays.