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A yawl (from Dutch jol) is a two-masted sailing craft similar to a sloop or cutter but with an additional mizzenmast (or mizzen mast) located well aft of the main ...

Yawl | Define Yawl at Dictionary.com


Yawl definition, a ship's small boat, rowed by a crew of four or six. See more.

Yawl | Definition of Yawl by Merriam-Webster


Define yawl: a ship's small boat : jolly boat—yawl in a sentence.



This site is about yawls, classics and plastics, big and small, old and new. It's a celebration of a style that's proven itself over the centuries to win races and cruise  ...

Browse Yawl boats for sale - YachtWorld.com


Browse Yawl boats for sale - New and used boats for sale.

Sailing Photo of the Week - Hey Yawl! | YachtPals.com


Jan 28, 2010 ... You've heard the terms cutter, sloop, ketch, schooner and yawl when referring to sailboats and yachts, but do you know the difference?

Urban Dictionary: yawl


Jul 23, 2003 ... A form of "y'all" (A southern US word for "you all") used by people who generally cannot type on the net. Another word for "you guys". Hay yawl ...

Boat of the week - Devon Yawl - Yachting World


Dec 21, 2014 ... The origins of the Devon Yawl dates back over 200 years, says David Henshall.

yawl - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


The festival includes boats built in the 1920s to the 1940s, from mahogany runabouts and cabin cruisers to sloops, sharpies and yawls. Washington Times Aug ...

What's in a Rig? The Yawl - American Sailing Association


Sep 8, 2015 ... What's in a Rig Series #5 – the Yawl. Like, the ketch a yawl is equipped with two masts, a main and a mizzen, but ordinarily on a yawl, the mast ...

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Mar 8, 2016 ... YAWL download. YAWL 2016-03-08 07:37:20 free download. YAWL YAWL is a Java-based BPM/Workflow Management System. Based on a ...

Yawl - definition of yawl by The Free Dictionary


A two-masted fore-and-aft-rigged sailing vessel similar to the ketch but having a smaller jigger- or mizzenmast stepped abaft the rudder. Also called dandy. 2.