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Ship mast

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Parts of a Sailing Frigate

Parts of a Sailing Frigate Ship - 20000 Leagues under the Sea - Jules Verne Teacher Resources Teacher Resources for our Living Books Curriculum inspired by Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Overall Profile of a sailing frigate - Parts of a Sailing Ship Labelled As the Abraham Lincoln sails off from New Yorjk in the third chapter of Jules Verne " 20000 leagues under the Sea" a lot of nautical terms and sailing terms are mentioned that lead us to investigate what a sailing frigate might have…

Standing rigging on a square-rigged vessel (illustrated left), which supports a mast comprising three steps: main, top, and topgallant (illustrated right). The shrouds support each section laterally and the stays support each, fore and aft.

Standing rigging on a square-rigged vessel (illustrated left), which supports a mast comprising three steps: main, top, and topgallant (illustrated right). The shrouds support each section laterally and the stays support each, fore and aft.

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From Peter Goodwin's "Anatomy of the Ship: The Bomb Vessel Granado 1742." This illustration depicts the masts, yards, and rigging associated with the main top.

Source:  “Ship Modeling Simplified” by Mastini Pages 143 –144 FITTING OF BLOCKS, EYE PINS & CLEATS  Before proceeding further fit all the eye pins and rigging blocks to the bowsprit, masts, yards, and deck - also to the insides of the bulwarks if

Rigging is a significant part of building a model ship. Modelers Central guide you through the importance it adds to the beauty of your finished model.