The galleass had gone on the sands, and as the tide ebbed had fallen over on her side.
The galleass was the most splendid vessel of her kind afloat, Don Hugo one of the greatest of Spanish grandees.
The galleass was patched up, and De Leyva ventured an attempt to make his way in her to Scotland.
The galleass represented in Fig. 46 had a circular forecastle in which were mounted several guns, to be used in end-on attack.
Compared to the low, crowded galley, the galleass was a roomy and much more seaworthy ship.
The galleass's guns were high above the water, and the galleys dreaded their plunging fire.