When an old sailing ship was becalmed the crew had to break out the ships boats and row, towing the ship. As oars were often made of ash this is sailing by ash breeze
Answer:They're called Junks
It is a figurehead.
Bark, clipper, brig.
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Sails. It's a square-rigged sailing ship.
The bow. Or perhaps the bowsprit.
Heavy Weather Sailing: Sailing under shortened sail.Sailing Under.Could also refer to Sailing under a certain flag depending on what country controled the waters you were entering so your ship would not be stopped and inspected.Hope This Helps.
On the sailing ships, a pall was a heavy canvas cloth covering, sometimes coated with tar to make it waterproof.
Actually it's Will Turner anyway I think he was around 10