A galleon is a large, three-masted, square-rigged sailing ship with at least two decks.
A sailing ship, also called a vessil has two masts a kell and a hull
A large three-masted sailing ship with a square rig and usually two or more decks, used from the 15th to the 17th century especially by Spain as a merchant ship or warship.
A brig is one type of two-masted sailing vessel. More specifically, a brig is a vessel with two square-rigged masts. This means that the two masts have square sails, as opposed to a vessel that is bermuda-rigged (triangle-shaped sails). There are other types of two-masted sailing vessels: Brigantine Brig or Brig-schooner Ketch Koch (type not based on rigging) Schooner Yawl. Of these, the ketch, schooner, and yawl still remain somewhat popular today.
brigantine, two-masted sailing ship with square rigging on the foremast and fore-and-aft rigging on the mainmast. The term originated with the two-masted ships, also powered by oars, on which pirates, or sea brigands, terrorized the Mediterranean in the 16th century. In northern European waters the brigantine became purely a sailing ship. Its gaff-rigged mainsail distinguished it from the completely square-rigged brig, though the two terms came to be used interchangeably. For example, brigantines with square topsails above the gaffed mainsail were called true brigantines, whereas those with no square sails at all on the mainmast were called hermaphrodite brigs or brig-schooners.
The caravel (also spelled carvel) is the triple-masted Portuguese innovation of the late 1400s. Two of Christopher Columbus' ships were caravels.
A sailing vessel with fore and aft masts. Used commonly by the Romans in the early common era.
a two-masted square-rigged ship or in the prison of a warship.
A Brigantine is a two masted sailing ship, square rigging on the foremast and fore and aft on the main.. There is a medieval Latin word 'Brigantinus, becoming an Italian word 'Brigantino' meaning an armed escort ship. The name was adopted into French as 'Brigantin' and English as 'Brigantine'
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
A brigantine was originally a small ship carrying oars and sails. But later evolved to a two-masted ship. The brigantine was the second most popular ship built in the American colonies.
A man running. A ship sailing on water.