A “lateener” is a vessel rigged with a lateen sail and yard.
It was after ten before his lateen sail flapped in the little cove.
A sloop with a lateen sail lay at anchor in the rude harbor.
Their sails are made of straw mats in the shape of a lateen sail.
A lateen sail was visible in the direction of Cat Island, and others to the south seemed almost motionless in the far distance.
It does not appear that the triangular or lateen sail, so prevalent afterwards among the Romans, was ever used by the Greeks.
The biggest of them had a mast stepped right forward, a mast which raked steeply aft, across which lay the yard of a lateen sail.
The sea spread its azure surface as smooth as glass—many a lateen sail was extended to the grateful breeze.
From one corner of the lateen sail, Storms now noticed that a large crimson handkerchief was fluttering in the wind.
The balance lug so much in vogue is but a lateen sail with the fore-angle cut off.