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brigantine

a two-masted sailing ship, rigged square on the foremast and fore-and-aft with square topsails on the mainmast
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Tall ships include topsail schooners, brigantines, brigs and barques and are distinctive because of their sails.
It was against the latter threat that the brigantines were built but were only effective in keeping them away from the side of the causeways the larger ships could approach.
Popular modern Tall Ship rigs include topsail schooners, barques, barquentines, brigs and brigantines.
By the early 1800s, however, Duxbury had evolved into one of the nation's largest shipbuilding ports, its 600-700 barques and brigantines known on every ocean.
This survey of seven years of work was brimful with caricatures of George Stubbs-like horses, spineless modern architecture, birds that are nothing special, brigantines in fair weather, soulless families, and jazz trios in crew cuts and plaid jackets.
s official tall ships, the twin Brigantines Exy and Irving Johnson, which were built by the Los Angeles Maritime Institute at the water's edge, says museum director Dr.
The gathering of square riggers, barques and brigantines set off in a 15 knot southerly wind for Portugal on the first leg of the race.
PHOTO OP: 90-foot twin brigantines - Exy Johnson and Irving Johnson
Here you will find schooners, brigs, brigantines, barks and fully rigged gall ships.
The twin 90-foot brigantines built by the Los Angeles Maritime Institute (LAMI) will also be available for public viewing and boarding on Saturday and Sunday, March 29 and 30, at the museum.
In addition to the visiting ships, the Port is now presenting an up-close look at one of its new twin brigantines, Irving Johnson, to Festivalgoers.
Many local tallships will be participating as well, most notably Los Angeles' official tallships, the twin Brigantines Exy and Irving Johnson, which were built by the Los Angeles Maritime Institute at the water's edge adjacent to the Los Angeles Maritime Museum.