The great bulk of the steamer soon floated away, and the lugsail was run up again, and the boat made slowly back for Castle Dare.
The peak of her lugsail is cut very high, and her mast, yard, and boom are very light and workmanlike.
She carried her full complement of oars, a mast, and lugsail.
This will be only a small expense, since the great peak of the lugsail will allow of its head being squared.
She rolled on the angry combers and the boom that stretched the lugsail's foot tossed up.
Marston had had the lugsail and jib made in England by a famous yacht-chandler, and the boat was fast.
In the morning they hoisted the boat's lugsail, and following the edge of the sands, stopped where fish were numerous.
These boats carry one lugsail on a mast shipped well amidships.
They have very little gear with the lugsail rig, and the decks are always clear.
She carried a single mast, which listed forward; her lugsail was stretched upon dozens of bamboo yards; she drew hardly any water.