The yawl crew searched everywhere, but found no sign of the two men.
Then the men stop rowing and the yawl drifts with the current.
It was hard and dangerous work to save those men, but we did it, and our yawl was terribly crowded when they were all in.
Plump, into the yawl with the rescue crew, went Mrs. Endicott.
The ketch mainsail is narrow-footed, and longer on the hoist than that of the yawl.
Every one was kind and hospitable, and often dipping their ensigns to the yawl.
There were two, the yawl that had been hauled on top of the house on deck, and lay keel up.
As the yawl touched the water, a score of roustabouts started to leap into it.
They were ready enough to receive on board the people in the yawl, but not to risk their lives by approaching her.
By this time they'll have altered the name of that yawl, and gone—where?
type of ship's boat, 1660s, apparently from Middle Low German jolle or Dutch jol "a Juteland boat," of unknown origin. Also borrowed into French (yole), Italian (jolo), Russian (yal).