ketch vs sloop vs cutter
Ketch Versus Sloop Or Cutter and other sailing discussion in the Seabreeze general forums, page 1 In Sailboats, what is the difference between a Ketch, a Cutter, and a Sloop? So, a sloop is fine, says Dubois. Different Types of Sailboat Rigs: Bermuda (Sloop), Ketch, Cutter, and Gaff It is considered lubberly to refer to that rig as a 'cutter ketch' or 'cutter Yawl'. I know that this may be a very debateable subject (I don't want to start any fights). Second, there's question of Ketch vs Yawl. Sailboat Rigging Types including the Gunter Rig, Sprit Rig, Junk Rig vs Bermuda Rig as well as the fin, bilge and long keels A sloop (from Dutch sloep, in turn from French chaloupe) is a sailing boat with a single mast and a fore-and-aft rig. A ketch has 2 masts. A cutter is a sloop with 2 foresails(jib, staysail) and a mainsail. It is considered lubberly to refer to that rig as a 'cutter ketch' or 'cutter Yawl'. Whitby 42 Ketch. Flying Cloud Yachts 5,243 views Complete listing of ship and shipbuilding terminology with illustrations Boats For Sale and Wanted - Boats, dinghies and trailers! - - Ketch vs Sloop?