two-masted

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two-masted

[ˈtuːˈmɑːstɪd] ADJde dos palos
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rebuilding, reconstruction headquarter with new building of a two-masted porch - parquet work - theatersaal.
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.
Tall Ships Among the masted ships on show over the weekend, the Phoenix is a beautiful, two-masted brig 34.
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.
Experts have not yet been able to determine the origin of the ship, which appears to be a two-masted schooner of Nordic origin, built in the early 1800s.
MacMillan chose Crowell to captain a two-masted schooner, Sachem, which was to accompany MacMillan on the Bowdoin for a voyage to Labrador and Greenland.
Birds of variety look you, standing their glassy that seem to looked upon other times the same supercilious "And who knows but that same dog in days gone by frisked and scampered over the sawdust-covered floor, was patted on its black-and-white head by the rough and calloused hands of seamen, who came into the harbour of Cardiff in ships similar to that to that little wooden model of a two-masted 'windjammer' that rests before your eyes securely in the port of the Blue Anchor in Wharton Street.
The story of the Thomas Hume began in 1878, when Hackley and his then-partner James McGordon purchased the two-masted, 126-foot-long schooner H.
Atlantis was named after the two-masted boat that served as the primary research vessel for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts from 1930 to 1966.
Bream was a gaff-rigged, two-masted topsail schooner [on gaff-rigged ships, the biggest sails were suspended from a yard or spar that was hoisted up by the crew.