Used to be cap'n of a four-masted schooner, till he hurt his back and had to stay ashore.
The Grace de Dieu was a four-masted vessel, and was built in 1515.
There was a pergola constructed from the timbers of a four-masted schooner that had broken up on the third ledge.
She was a four-masted vessel, fitted with double topsails, with a spread of canvas about 4,500 square yards.
At one time he was owner and master of a four-masted steel sailing ship that carried the English flag and coals from Newcastle.
Fourteen four-masted ships, a part of them with crews of two hundred and fifty men, were equipped and victualled for two years.
Also, she was four-masted, instead of the usual three, and her hull and lower spars were of steel instead of wood.
This 'ere is a real simon pure, four-masted womern an' she wants you fer Captain.
Her eyes fastened for an instant upon the tattoo of a four-masted sailing ship imprinted on his arm.
Rob talked with his father that evening, and showed him his four-masted ship with a bowsprit at each end.