A caravel is a small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed in the 15th
century by the Portuguese to explore along the West African coast and into the ...
The caravel of the 15th and 16th centuries was a ship with a distinctive shape
and admirable qualities. A gently sloping bow and single stern castle were ...
A Short Introduction to the Caravel. The Iberian workhorse known as the caravel
was one of the most important ships not only in Iberian history, but in the history ...
May 27, 1999 ... Caravel, a light sailing ship of the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries in Europe, much-
used by the Spanish and Portuguese for long voyages.
Superset is a data exploration platform designed to be visual, intuitive and
interactive. [this project used to be named Caravel, and Panoramix in the past] ...
In the 1440s, a caravel style ship could be found in the Atlantic Sea and the
Mediterranean Sea. These small-to-medium sized ships were used as cargo
The Caravel was generally used for carrying cargo and fishing. They were faster
than most vessels and therefore favored by pirates.
Columbus' modern ships were fast and strong enough for the rough Atlantic seas.
Caravel: A Revolutionary Sailing Ship. The caravel (also spelled carvel) is a light
sailing ship that that was developed by the Portuguese in the late 1400's, and ...
Caravel definition, a small Spanish or Portuguese sailing vessel of the Middle
Ages and later, usually lateen-rigged on two or three masts. See more.