Mizzen Mast

Some articles on mizzen mast, mizzen, mast, masts:

Battle Of Iquique - Second Phase of The Battle
... closing a port not managed to sidestep the blow to the mizzen mast height without further damage ... this was happening a sailor climbed the mizzen-mast to nail down the Chilean national flag. 20 minutes after was the third ram, this time in the sector of the mizzen mast accompanied by two guns, the corvette leaned forward and began to sink ...
Junk Rig - Modern Junk Sail Rigs - Types of Modern Rigs
... the catboat, characterized by its single mast and sail, is easiest to handle and is most likely seen on sailing dinghies and small boats, including the sampan ... the ketch, characterized by a two mast configuration with the largest main mast forward and the smaller mizzen mast aft ... the yawl, characterized by a two mast configuration with the largest mast forward, is distinguished from the ketch by the smaller size of the mizzen mast ...
HMS Galatea (1794) - Service History - Channel Fleet, 1794–1803
... Hurricane winds winds sent her mizzen mast and the main and foretop masts over the side, even though she had no sails set ... Furthermore, when the mizzen mast went it took one seaman to go overboard with it and severely injured others ... There he jury rigged a rigged a mizzen-mast, main, and foretop-mast ...
List Of Schooners - Active Schooners
... state ship of New Jersey former oyster schooner 2 masted gaff Adix 1984 ESP Valencia three mast gaff Adventure 1926 USA Gloucester, Massachusetts National Historic Landmark former Grand ... training and charter vessel 2 masted gaff Athos 2010 World's largest two-mast schooner at launch 2-mast Bermuda Atlantic 2010 IMN Douglas, Isle of Man replica of racing yacht Atlantic (William ... USA San Francisco National Historic Landmark former lumber/fishing boat 3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen Californian 1984 USA San Diego Education/sail training replica ...

Famous quotes containing the word mast:

    I did not wish to take a cabin passage, but rather to go before the mast and on the deck of the world, for there I could best see the moonlight amid the mountains. I do not wish to go below now.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)