Brigantine

In sailing, a brigantine or hermaphrodite brig is a vessel with two masts, only the forward of which is square rigged.

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Development of The Brig
... The word "brig" has been used in the past as an abbreviation of brigantine (which is the name for a principally fore-and-aft two-masted rig with a square rigged foremast) ... The brig actually developed as a variant of the brigantine ... By re-rigging a brigantine with two square-rigged masts instead of one it gained greater sailing power ...
Brigantine Castle
... Brigantine Castle was a popular funhouse and haunted house attraction by the beach in Brigantine, New Jersey ... It was originally located at the corner of 14th Street and Brigantine Avenue ...
STV Black Jack
... STV Black Jack is a brigantine operated by the Ottawa-based youth charity Bytown Brigantine, Inc ... Black Jack was the first ship in service with Bytown Brigantine, Inc ... This 87-foot (27 m) brigantine is home to 15 youth between the ages of 12 and 15 during the summer months ...
Bacton Gas Terminal - Shell Gas Fields - Brigantine
... It is named after Brigantine, a type of sailing ship ... Brigantine A began was discovered in 1986 B was discovered in 1997 and C was discovered in 1998 ... It is named after the brigantine ship ...
Modern Brigantine Rig
... In modern parlance, a brigantine is a principally fore-and-aft rig with a square rigged foremast, as opposed to a brig which is square rigged on both masts ... American usage sometimes uses hermaphrodite brig as a synonym for brigantine ...