More specifically, a Barque or Bark has three masts (possible more) fore and aft rigged mizzen mast.
Barquentine, three masts with all but the foremost fore and aft rigged.
A fully rigged ship, three or more masts, all of them square rigged
A Schooner, three or more masts with fore and aft rigged sails
For a short period of time [1 or 2 hours] the could sail up to 20 knots/h
An Egyptian word that starts with X is : "Xebec" meaning 3 masted Mediterranean sailing ship with long overhanging bow ans stern.
A caravel is a ship with 3 masts. To see a photo of a delightful model of a caravel, click on the Related Link.
The USS Constitution is a 3-masted Heavy Frigate. In sailing, the masts (bow to stern) on a square-rigged sailing vessel are the Foremast, Mainmast, and the Mizzenmast.
A barque has 3 (or sometimes more) masts.
Xeric is an adjective that describes something as being very dry. Xebec is a type of 3-masted sailing ship. Xanthelasma is a yellow-colored fatty deposit around the eyelids.
1) A Ship 2) A sailing dinghy 3) A sailboat
in his first voyage he had four. They used two medium sized, three masted sailing ships, 120 tons each. One 50 ton caravel and one 200 ton store ship. i think he burned the store ship sometime during his journey though
the Glomar Challenger was a 200ft. 3-masted ship with a steam engine, workspace, laboratories, and storage spaces
Embark is to board a ship - specifically the large 3 masted Bark or more appropriately spelled barque