wind ship

wind ship

[′win ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A ship equipped with sails so that it can be propelled by wind, generally to augment steam propulsion.
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After that, says Lade, the wind ship development program should be complete by the end of the year.
It pays homage to sailors in the 19th and mid 20thcentury who often risked their lives in perilous weather to sail wind ships (windjammers) carrying critical cargoes in and out of Australian ports to foreign lands.
Cabrera was impressive in his birdie-laden back-nine charge and hopes the wind ships up all weekend.