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Caravel - Wikipedia


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 ...

History of the caravel - Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University

nautarch.tamu.edu/shiplab/01George/caravela/htmls/Caravel History.htm

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 ...

caravel | ship | Britannica.com


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.

GitHub - airbnb/superset: Superset is a data exploration platform ...


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] ...

Caravel Europe 1400 CE - The Mariners' Museum | EXPLORATION ...


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 carriers ...

Caravel - Ages of Exploration


The Caravel was generally used for carrying cargo and fishing. They were faster than most vessels and therefore favored by pirates.

Columbus' Modern Ships Video - Christopher Columbus - HISTORY ...


Columbus' modern ships were fast and strong enough for the rough Atlantic seas.

Caravel: A Revolutionary Sailing Ship - EnchantedLearning.com


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 | Define Caravel at Dictionary.com


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.