Finally, there is all that is needed in every well-found vessel which is 'fit to go foreign.'
By this time his vessels had become strained, so that well-found merchant ships had less difficulty in escaping them.
He would reduce the well-found, well-equipped and speedy vessel to the level of the most lumbering tub in the human fleet.
None could fail to admit that who visited the French ship, for what had been a well-found, trim vessel was now a shambles.
So the passage seems “well-found” and successful by dint of suggestion.
Altogether, a trim, well-found yacht which might have voyaged round the world without mishap.
Doubtless they had always, somewhere, a well-found normal yacht containing their supplies.
And that reminds me of another question—is it well-found, well-manned, and a good rapid ship to make the voyage?
The old and well-found packets of former days, until superseded by steamers.
After a well-manned and well-found whaler should have kept the sea for an entire season, the success might be determined.