We'll sink her, or we'll take her and send her against her own galleons and galleasses!
Well sink her, or well take her and send her against her own galleons and galleasses!
The total tonnage of the ships, less the galleys and galleasses, was 59,120.
One hundred and sixty galleys were at once commenced, together with eight galleasses of the largest size.
The Kent, big as she was, now used sweeps—it was reminiscent of the days of Elizabethan galleasses—and drew away.
Four galleasses, great overgrown galleys, formed a squadron apart, under Hugo de Moncada.
There were Spanish galleasses like floating castles, with huge turrets at stem and stern, rowed by hundreds of galley slaves.
The English would be less able to move, and with the help of the galleasses he might hope to come to close quarters at last.
You will doubtless remember me who was with you that time at Maracaibo, when you sunk the galleasses.
Fig. 44 is a sketch, taken from the tapestry of the old House of Lords, of one of the galleasses of the fleet.