Translation for 'ketch' from English to Russian
NOUN   a ketch | ketches
VERB   to ketch | ketched | ketched
ketching | ketches
кэч {м}
кеч {м}
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Translation for 'ketch' from English to Russian

кэч {м}морс.

кеч {м}морс.
Usage Examples English
  • A cat-ketch is a sailboat that is rigged as both a catboat and a ketch.
  • Between 1999 and 2007, Boys' Division pupils constructed a concrete yacht during Technology lessons and lunchtimes as a millennium project ("The Third Millennium Ketch").
  • The sail plan of a ketch is similar to that of a yawl, on which the mizzen mast is smaller and set further back.
  • Four divisions started: "Classic" (including the Fife-designed ketch"Sumurun"), "Performance Cruising", "Classes 1 and 2" (including the luxurious ketch"Tiara") and "Grand Prix" (the line-honours prize for the match between the maxi yachts "Mari-Cha IV" and "Maximus").
  • John Griffin Hanna (1889–1948) was a sailboat designer, famous for designing the Tahiti ketch.

  • The Tamar ketch is relatively shorter than the West Country Ketch.
  • The Tahiti ketch is derived from the Archer-type. The Tahiti ketch is characterized by a straight sternpost, less draught and its small rig.
  • The Freedom 28 Cat Ketch is a small recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass.
  • Wallace told police and the media that he had dropped Smart and Hope off at wooden ketch (a boat with two masts).
  • Sixteen days later, "Camelion" drove a Spanish ketch, name unknown, on shore off the mouth of the Rhone. Maitland burnt the ketch, which had been armed with six guns.

  • Greater Manchester Challenge was a 23-meter gaff rigged ketch sail training yacht.
  • In 1920 the ketch "Ina" was stranded at Sibsey Island.
  • In the first half of the 18th century, most naval sloops were two-masted vessels, usually carrying a ketch or a snow rig.
  • A wishbone rig, sometimes also known as fishbone ketch, is a type of rigging on sailboats.
  • The "Newton", a [...] ketch, foundered off Gabba Island in December 1913.

  • "Orsa Maggiore" is an ocean ketch, serving as a sail training vessel for the Italian Navy. It is an oceanic yacht racing armed [...] as ketch of the Italian Navy's sail section.
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