ⓘ Comparison of large sloops

                                     

ⓘ Comparison of large sloops

Name: currently registered identification of the vessel Year: year of launch of the vessel Shipyard: signatory of the build contract responsible for the final fitout and the delivery of the vessel Designer: naval architect responsible for drawing the lines plan and the sail plan of the vessel LOA: overall sparred length in metres LWL: load waterline length in metres Beam: width of the vessel in metres Draught: draught of the vessel in metres minimum draft of lifting keels in parentheses Air draught: masthead height in metres Sail Area: summed upwind surface area of mainsail and headsails in square metres Displacement: displaced volume of water, upright, at rest, in metric tonnes Hull material: build material of the hull Propulsion: number of engines and their power in kilowatts

                                     
  • re - classed as yachts. List of schooners List of large sailing vessels List of motor yachts by length Comparison of large sloops List of sailboat designers and
  • was an 18 - gun class of brig - sloops of the Royal Navy. Brig - sloops were the same as ship - sloops except for their rigging. A ship - sloop was rigged with three
  • the Cayman Islands. She has a sail area of 3, 995m². List of large sailing yachts Comparison of large sloops Luxury yacht Holland Jachtbouw Exclusive:
  • Vosper Thornycroft in Portsmouth for repairs. List of large sailing yachts Comparison of large sloops Vittoria grew up on Long Island and worked as a launch
  • Regates Royales, 2006 List of large sailing yachts Yacht racing Comparison of large sloops Montague John Guest 1902 Lulworth 127 - ton cutter, 1828 and
  • sloops of war waited in vain for President until 15 April, then headed for the East Indies, as originally intended. On 27 April, they sighted a large
  • while having draft of slightly less than one meter. The sloops had 10 to 12 oar pairs with two men on each oar and two collapsible sloop - rigged masts. Armament
  • much more fire to bear. In addition to the main fleet, there were four sloops HMS Heron, Mutine, Cordelia, and Britomart eight ships boats armed with
  • early 19th centuries. Brigs fell out of use with the arrival of the steam ship because they required a relatively large crew for their small size and were
  • dimensions of these craft were influenced by the gauge, or width, of inland waterways created or modernised during that period. In comparison to the widespread
  • differentiated from a sloop either by the number of staysails, with a sloop having one and a cutter more than one, or by the position of the mast, with a cutter s