The old man came up on deck and looked round, and in less than a minute he told us to give her the trysail.
This failing, they set a spencer or trysail, and shift on the other tack.
Latterly a clincher-built boat with covered fore-sheets, and one mast with a trysail.
If the owner does not carry a storm square-sail, he should have a boom to his trysail.
trysail ceased speaking, and, stepping on a gun, he also began to gaze in the direction of the Cove.
He took in royals and topgallant sails, furled the courses, trysail and jib, and double-reefed the topsails.
The stranger had, as trysail perceived, suddenly worn round on his heel, and laid his head to the northward.
The Old Man came up on deck and looked round, and in less than a minute he told us to give her the trysail.
Indeed, a trysail that day would have been sail enough for almost any men but these.
Then boom away, my lads; get the trysail down too, and well run under double-reefed topsails alone.