The word "furl" means gather up (usually into a roll), applied to fabric items such as flags and sails, and sometimes to umbrellas. Example : "Once in port, the sailors could furl their sails and tie up at the dock." Example : "To avoid identification by the enemy, the captain would furl his flag."
The duration of And the Ship Sails On is 2.2 hours.
And the Ship Sails On was created on 1983-09-07.
a ship with triangular sails that allowed it to sail into the wind and with square sails that carried it forward when the wind was at it's back.
"Square-riggers" have primarily square sails, but the jib sails are triangular.
He sails the ship
They sails are attached to the masts of the ship. The mast is a pole that runs straight up or angled up out of the deck of the ship.
If you mean "sailor" (a person who sails) in English, it is "marinero" in Spanish. If you really mean "sailer," a less common English word for a ship with sails, it is "velero."
There are three to four sails on a ship. The main sail is called the main course. Sailing can be complicated at first, but once who get the hang of where all the sails are, it will be easier.
They do because before ships had motors to make them move in the water. With the sails the wind would push the ship.
Sloops, ketches, and yawls have triangular-shaped sails.
It's the shape of a ship's sails.
It has about 7 sails at ship.
An upright pole on a ship to support sails or antennae.
to hold up the sails, and to help steer the ship. its called rigging, by the way...
the furl is awesome
Furl ended in 2009.
Furl was created in 2003.
A ship is a large vehicle with a mast and sails built for transportation in water.