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Yawl - Wikipedia

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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

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An open-source workflow engine with a fully-featured workflow modelling environment and execution engine.

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

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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 ...

Yawl | Define Yawl at Dictionary.com

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

Yawls

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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  ...

Sailboat Rig Types: Sloop, Cutter, Ketch, Yawl, Schooner, Cat ...

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Jan 13, 2011 ... Naval architects designate sailboat rig types by number and location of masts. The six designations are sloop, cutter, cat, ketch, yawl, and ...

YAWL | SourceForge.net

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

Browse Yawl boats for sale - YachtWorld.com

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Yawl | Definition of Yawl by Merriam-Webster

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See words that rhyme with yawl Spanish Central: Translation of yawl Nglish: Translation of yawl for Spanish speakers Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about ...

Yawl - definition of yawl by The Free Dictionary

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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.