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main·mast

[ˈmānmast] ✕ Play

mainmast (noun) · mainmasts (plural noun) · main-mast (noun) · main-masts (plural noun)

  - the principal mast of a ship, typically the second mast in a sailing ship of three or more masts.


Synonyms

spar, boom, yard, gaff, foremast, topmast, mizzenmast, mizzen, stick,

"Mainmast" Example Sentences

1

Franklin’s Last Voyage

From those dimensions, and the locations of the ship’s foremast, mainmast, and hatches, the team concluded that they had found the larger of the two ships, the one captained by Franklin himself ...

2

Loss of Schooner Amelia.

We succeeded in getting ourselves lashed to the bulwarks, to the windward, where we remained in that condition about four hours, when the mainmast went by the board, after which she righted ...

3

New gallery telling story of HMS Victory to open as visitors return

Previously unseen objects from the ship going on show at the museum in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard include a section of the ship’s mainmast, which was damaged at the Battle of Trafalgar.

4

The Wreck of the Hungarian.

As day dawned the hull of a large steamship was plainly discernible on the "Great Rip," a dangerous ledge about two miles southwest of Cape Sable, the foremast gone, the mainmast, mizzenmast and ...

5

Captain Cook mystery blown open as famed HMS Endeavor shipwreck 'found' after 250 years

This included the construction of the keel along the bottom of the ship, the joinery used in its bow at the front, and the placement of the vessel's fore and mainmast. Mr Sumption said ...

6

The Reader’s Digest as propaganda: A review 71 years ago

And still over her mainmast snaps her starry ensign.” There is, however, one article in this issue which is very different from the others in that it does not indulge in praising America, Americans ...

7

World's most modern and largest yacht arrested in Gibraltar

It measures almost 143 metres in length, with a gross tonnage of 12,600 and a mainmast that towers 100m above the waterline, taller than Big Ben. The vessel’s three masts are the tallest and ...

8

Cancel Captain Cook? You might as well cancel maps, science or humanity itself

On February 6 Cook set off again. But after just five days he was back, his mainmast having been badly damaged in a storm. The mood on Hawaii now was subtly different, heavy with tension.

9

The Cruise of the 'Dampirates'

Except that they were not allowed to go forward of the mainmast, or to hold any communication with their men. On board the Dictator we found a fine assortment of provisions, and sent several boat ...

10

Episode 76 - The mechanical galleon

And it is Rudolph that we see on the deck of our ship. Nailed to the mainmast is a great double-headed eagle, the heraldic emblem of the Holy Roman Empire. In front of Rudolph are the seven ...

11

January 25: ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

She was alerted more than 200 times during the Okinawa battle and was scratched only once, when a Kamikaze plane glanced off her mainmast into the sea. It was the only time she was hit in this war ...

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