Wait a little, and as soon as the square sail is out of the way, you will see his wife.
The Vikings used also a square sail, which could be hoisted when required.
In this case we see the mast is erected and a square sail set.
With the decline of square sail, a new way of seafaring opened to us.
A hole cut in the square sail enables the voyager to see ahead.
At that age he had rigged up a square sail for a rowboat and had known many happy hours on the water.
She's a brigantine, and there are sprits'ls on both masts, and only one square sail on the foremast.
At the end of the bowsprit, too, appears a little top and top-mast, while a square sail is spread on a yard slung below it.
The two boats ahead of the strange craft were towing a square sail through the water by a line fastened to the middle of the same.
This boat had places for twenty-two oarsmen and carried a large, square sail.