|Barkentine barquentine barketeen-3 Masted with Sq
rigged on fore mast only with the main and mizen being fore and aft
rigged .It was used for coastal shipping of it's ability to go into the
wind with the fore-aft sails, but still has the square sails to catch long
Gazela a three
masted barkentine Gazela Primeiro is the oldest, largest wooden square
rigger still sailing in the world. She was built in 1883 in Portugal, and
probably spent her first 17 years engaged in the coast wise freight trade
in Europe. In 1900 she was purchased by the Bensaude family and converted
to a dory fisherman, the career in which she spent the next 70 years of
her life.she is current owned and operated by Philadelphia Ship
Presevation Guild a private non profit organization.
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Queen of the red seas built 1934