foremast


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the mast nearest the bow in vessels with two or more masts

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The standing rigging (Figure 22) was quite standard for all vessels of that period and would consist of three shrouds on the main mast and one or two shrouds on the foremast, each attached by a double deadeye.
After Trafalgar, Royal Sovereign was full of holes and half full of water, with a single tottering foremast but Rotheram brought her through the storm so he must have been a pretty good seaman," says Dr Barrow.
Hannah crewed starboard watch and assisted with sail duties, general work duties and masthead duties, including a 29m (95ft) climb to the top of the foremast.
She leans against the foremast in her nightgown-- no dream you have so often should come true.
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James was loved by many but first and foremast by his father James, his brothers and sisters and children Lee, Tiernan and Daragh.
A crane was used to lower the ship's foremast in Greenwich, south London.
A crane was used to lower the ship's foremast into place on Saturday, with the final mast expected to go up today.
A crane was used to lower the ship's foremast and main mast into place at her permanent berth in Greenwich, south London.
WindstarOs Foremast Members receive an additional 5 percent discount on all itineraries.
It is unknown how many Redoubtables were killed in the battle, but most of her guns were dismounted or shattered by the British guns and only Redoubtable's foremast was left standing.
The forum came out with a number of recommendations in the audit work the foremast of which are affirming Lima Declaration regarding the basic principles for the financial audit on the financial independence of the audit institutions and the 20th INCOSAI Declaration , which was held in South Africa in 2010.
A torpedo severed part of Chicago's bow, and a shell knocked off part of its foremast.