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Types of Schooners

Cargo Ships
Cargo Ships

In the late 19th century, additional masts were added as schooners were built with as many as six masts (e.g., the wooden six-masted Wyoming) or seven masts to carry a larger volume of cargo.

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Fishing Vessel
Fishing Vessel

[citation needed] By the 1850s, over 50 vessels a year were being launched from 15 shipyards and Essex became recognized worldwide as North America's center for fishing schooner construction. In total, Essex launched over 4,000 schooners, most headed for the Gloucester, Massachusetts, fishing industry.

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High Speed Craft
High Speed Craft

Pescara Jet, a high-speed catamaran by SNAV Tarifa Jet, a high-speed wavepiercer catamaran by Incat A high-speed craft (HSC) is a high-speed water vessel for civilian use, also called a fastcraft or fast ferry.

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Hull Type (Monohull, Catamaran or Trimaran)
Hull Type (Monohull, Catamaran or Trimaran)

Here is a pretty good discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of large multi-hull vs large mono-hull. Sailing - Monohull Vs Multihull. A trimaran will heel less.

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Keel Type
Keel Type

Schooners were popular in trades requiring speed and windward ability, such as slaving, privateering, blockade running, and offshore fishing. In the Chesapeake Bay area several distinctive schooner types evolved, including the Baltimore clipper, bugeye, and pungy.

Mast Configuration and Sails
Mast Configuration and Sails

The mast of a sailing vessel is a tall spar, or arrangement of spars, erected more or less vertically on the centre-line of a ship or boat.

Passenger Ships
Passenger Ships

A schooner /ˈskuːnər/ is a type of sailing vessel with fore-and-aft sails on two or more masts. The most common type has two masts, the foremast being shorter than the main. While the schooner was originally gaff-rigged, modern schooners typically carry a Bermuda rig.

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RoRo (Roll on Roll Off
RoRo (Roll on Roll Off

When it comes to automobile shipping, you have two main options. You can ship your vehicle in a container or ship via Roll On Roll Off (RORO). But which option is better? Both options can be used for your car, motorcycle, truck, or any other vehicle you need to ship internationally. It is important for your confidence to know that all vehicles are securely blocked, braced, and tied down ensuring absolute security during transportation.

Tankers
Tankers

Thomas Coss was the first to captain of the Governor King. It was built for the coastal trade, and the steamer’s cargo was mostly coal. She stranded on Ocracoke, North Carolina, in 1913, and was lost. Schooners were used to carrying cargo in a lot of different environments from ocean trips to coastal runs and on large inland bodies of water.

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