noun Naval Architecture.
a side elevation of a sailing vessel showing all sails and spars and some or all of the standing rigging, as if set directly fore-and-aft so that the true proportions are visible: sometimes combined with the rigging plan of the vessel.
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Origin of sail plan
First recorded in 1950–55
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