Then he sits over on the side opposite the out-rigger, so as to balance it.
A broad-beamed Molucca vessel, with high stem and stern, and an out-rigger.
A couple of staples for the out-rigger to slip through are next in order.
To remedy this, the bowsprit has been devised, chiefly as an out-rigger for the fore-stay.
We reached the sea-shore, and embarked in a large double canoe, with an out-rigger to prevent her capsizing.
But when he has hoisted sail, he sits on the out-rigger, as the sail balances the boat on the sailing side, opposite the wind.
A word which has been often used for out-rigger, but applies to outlying rocks, visible above water.
Their canoes were neatly made, and of various sizes, with an out-rigger to balance them.
Their canoe was about 40 feet long; it was badly made, and had an out-rigger.
The inner end of the out-rigger should fit to a cleat, and be lashed to the cross-tree by a lanyard.