Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Yawl

A light two-masted vessel, very manoeuvrable and fast, used for lake and sea fishing, messages, envoys and communication. Despite the draft, the ship is commonly used for river travel. Similar to the ketch, with important distinctive design differences.

Yare: A
Dimensions: length (35 ft.); beam (9½ ft.); keel to prow (18 ft.)
Strength: hull (14 pts.); rigging (4 pts.)
Hardpoints: amidships (1)
Draft: 4 ft.
Staterooms: quarters (1); decks (1½)
Cargo: 9 tons
Crew: 7
Construction Time: 4 months

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