It was plain enough that he was devising some expedient to escape the three-master.
three-master, carrying lumber—that wed landed—return voyage.
The captain, irritated by this, veered about and ran straight down upon the three-master.
A three-master, with an auxiliary motor for bad weather, the Sea Nymph had been built for island trade.
The other vessels were two-masted schooners, but she was a three-master and the largest in the fleet.
Rantaine, the three-master lying-to out yonder is the Tamaulipas.
A three-master belonging to the East India Company, with two million francs in bullion, will soon be along.
Wouldn't you think he was bearing down smack onto the bow of that three-master?
“Look at the other one,” and he pointed to the three-master, whose decks looked as if they were awash.
Sometimes fifteen or twenty or more stand in; all sizes from the ketch to the three-master.