Two or three-masted vessel with fore-and-aft rigged gaff sails which were popular in the 19th and early 20th century. A schooner differs from a brigantine in its rigging and also in its tonnage, which used to be smaller than that of the brigantine.
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Schooner which sunk in California in 1797. Captained by Ramón Saavedra.
Schooner which sunk in Florida in 1807. Captained by Angel Laborde.