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A vessel with three or more masts, having her foremast square-rigged, and the others schooner-rigged.

Three-masted barquentines were very common in the Baltic and the North Sea, and three- and four-masted barquentines also sailed on deep-water trades. A number of five-masted barquentines were built, and even some six-masted ones in America.

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