the fore- and mainmasts rigged square
and only the mizzen
fore and aft. Sometimes, the mizzen
is only partly
- the spanker
is a gaff-rigged fore-and-aft sail set from and aft of the aftmost
mast. Wilson, Charles
(1843). The art of sail-making. London: Dennett....
- the main mizzen. Jigger-mast: typically, where
it is the shortest, the aftmost
mast on vessels
with more than three
masts. Sections: jigger-mast lower—jigger...
- shows details specific
to fireships, notably
the exit door between
the two aftmost
gunports; the chain securing
boat; an aperture below
the bowsprit. One or two spankers
aft of the aftmost
mast, if two they are called
the upper spanker
spanker. A fore-and-aft...
- (motorized), a railway
used for maintenance
Jiggermast, the aftmost
mast of a four-masted sailing
ship "Jigger", a work by Li Cheng
- four single
mounts. She also mounted fourteen
20 mm Oerlikons. Her two aftmost
were removed, and the remainder
****ed with Remote
- gaff-rigged sail on the aftmost
mast of a square-rigged vessel
and the main fore-and-aft sail (spanker sail) on the aftmost
mast of a (partially) fore-and-aft...
- two or more square-rigged masts
with fore-and-aft rigged aftmost
mast Barquentine: one square-rigged mast (fore) and two fore-and-aft rigged...
- deck-stepped mast may be supported
by a column below
the deck. Mizzen: the aftmost
mast and sail in a yawl or ketch, or in a vessel
or more masts...