sailing+craft

  • 81Charles Mower — For the American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient, see Charles E. Mower. Charles Drown Mower Born 5 October 1875(1875 10 05) Died 18 January 1942(1942 01 18) Occupation Yacht Designer …

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  • 82gybe — 1. verb a) To change tack with the wind crossing behind the boat. (Mostly used of boats and other small sailing craft the corresponding manoeuver in a sailing ship is to wear.) b) To shift a fore and aft sail suddenly and forcefully from one side …

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  • 83Kingston upon Hull — City of Kingston upon Hull   City and Unitary Authority area   The Queen s Gardens, Maritime Museum, and City Hall (rear) in Kingston upon Hull …

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  • 84Yawl — A yawl (from Dutch Jol ) is a two masted sailing craft similar to a sloop or cutter but with an additional mizzen mast well aft of the main mast, often right on the transom. A small mizzen sail is hoisted on the mizzen mast.The yawl was… …

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  • 85History of technology — The history of technology is the history of the invention of tools and techniques. Background knowledge has enabled people to create new things, and conversely, many scientific endeavors have become possible through technologies which assist… …

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  • 86Andora — Not to be confused with Andorra. Andora Marina di Andora   Comune   Comune di Andora …

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  • 87Steam donkey — 12 x 14 Empire (?) Steam donkey in the UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, Maple Ridge, BC Canada Steam donkey, or donkey engine is the common nickname for a steam powered winch, or logging engine widely used in past logging operations, though not …

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  • 88Jamie Campbell (British author) — Jamie Campbell (born March 21, 1950, in Carshalton, Surrey) is an East Anglian author and journalist. Jamie lives in Gorleston on Sea and is only concerned with old local yachts and commercial sailing craft with particular reference to the… …

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  • 89Coochiemudlo Island, Queensland — Coochiemudlo Island Redland City Council, Queensland Population …

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  • 90cutter — /kut euhr/, n. 1. a person who cuts, esp. as a job, as one who cuts fabric for garments. 2. a machine, tool, or other device for cutting. 3. Naut. a. a single masted sailing vessel, very similar to a sloop but having its mast set somewhat farther …

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  • 91fore-and-aft sail — any of various sails, as jib headed sails, gaff sails, lugsails, lateen sails, spritsails, staysails, and jibs, that do not set on yards and whose normal position, when not trimmed, is in a fore and aft direction amidships. [1810 20] * * * ▪… …

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  • 92flying proa — Proa Pro a, n. [Malay pr[=a]?, pr[=a]h?.] (Naut.) A sailing canoe of the Ladrone Islands and Malay Archipelago, having its lee side flat and its weather side like that of an ordinary boat. The ends are alike. The canoe is long and narrow, and is… …

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  • 93Proa — Pro a, n. [Malay pr[=a]?, pr[=a]h?.] (Naut.) A sailing canoe of the Ladrone Islands and Malay Archipelago, having its lee side flat and its weather side like that of an ordinary boat. The ends are alike. The canoe is long and narrow, and is kept… …

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  • 94Ketch — A ketch is a sailing craft with two masts: a main mast, and a shorter mizzen mast abaft (rearward) of the main mast. Both masts are rigged mainly fore and aft. From one to three jibs may be carried forward of the main mast when going to windward …

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  • 95USS Luce (DDG-38) — The third USS Luce (DLG 7/DDG 38) was a Farragut class guided missile destroyer in the United States Navy. She was named for Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce (1827 1917).History Luce was laid down by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation at Quincy,… …

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  • 96Sankey Canal — The Sankey Canal, which is also known as the Sankey Brook Navigation and the St Helens Canal, is a canal in Lancashire, in the northwest of England, connecting St Helens with the River Mersey. When opened in 1757, it ran along the valley of the… …

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  • 97History of New Orleans — The history of New Orleans, Louisiana traces its development from its founding by the French, through its period under Spanish control, then back to French rule before being sold to the United States in the Louisiana Purchase. It has been one of… …

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  • 98History of Lansingburgh, New York — This is a history of Lansingburgh, New York.OverviewThe town of Lansingburgh was originally intended as the site for the principal city north of Albany on the east bank of the Hudson river; but the inhabitants of the settlement a mile or two… …

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  • 99Messabout — A messabout is an event where a group of people get together to discuss and mess about in boats. The concept is not new but the name is. The term originated in April 1990 when Joe Tribulato organized the first such event with this name. This was… …

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  • 100HMS Rorqual (N74) — was the one of the six ship class of Grampus class mine laying submarine of the Royal Navy. She was built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow and launched 27 July 1936. She served in World War II in the Mediterranean and in the far east. She was the… …

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