two-masted

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two-masted

[ˈtuːˈmɑːstɪd] ADJde dos palos
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government for goods that were transported on board the two-masted sailing ship Persis.
Built in Genoa in 1867, the Bianca Pertica began as a steamer but was later, in 1872, converted into a two-masted sailing vessel.
Local individuals and businesses, including the Kessen Bowl and the Endeavour B & B, have raised funds to lay on transport for all the children at Staithes' Seton Primary School to watch the arrival at Whitby of HMS Pickle and the two-masted, tall ship Atyla.
Before our eyes, he created a detailed rendition of a two-masted schooner racing across a wind-swept sea.
Adventure Wales The 60ft two-masted schooner was built for adventure and over the years she has circumnavigated the world and won First in Class in the famous Round the Island Race.
KETCH A Sauce made with tomatoes B Small two-masted boat C Type of falcon who am I?
The two-masted schooner will explore the fjords and islands around this isolated part of Norway, so there's a chance to see the Northern Lights, along with opportunities to spot polar bears and beluga whales.
A brigantine was (and is) a two-masted sailing vessel with a fully square-rigged foremast and at least two sails on the main mast: a square topsail and a gaff mainsail (behind the mast).
Immediately, everyone on board the two vessels feverishly heaved weapons and ammunition from the disabled Isabel to the two-masted sailboat Pelayo which ferried them to their final destination, Lipata, Antique, despite strong northern gales and angry waves.
The two-masted brig Stavros S Niarchos entered the Port of Sunderland on Thursday after visiting Blyth last month.