- having lateen sails.
Origin of lateen-rigged
First recorded in 1875–80
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Examples from the Web for lateen-rigged
The Santa Maria, like most 'Spaniards,' had a lateen-rigged mizzen.All Afloat</p>
The vessels are schooners, lateen-rigged, from three to fourteen tons.
The latter and the fore and main masts were square-rigged, and the mizzen was lateen-rigged.Ancient and Modern Ships.
George C. V. Holmes
A small coasting vessel of the Mediterranean, with one mast and a bowsprit, lateen-rigged.The Sailor's Word-Book
William Henry Smyth
Possibly a lateen-rigged, sharper-bowed boat would even now be found to be a very fast and handy type for our rivers.Yachting Vol. 2