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Segundo a pesquisa que fiz trata-se de um barco que anda na água e no gelo.
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Nesta página explica em que consiste o barco. Será que pode ser um sinónimo de "ice boat" - Barco quebra-gelo?
Explanation: Espécie de brigue, no Dicionário EN-PT da Porto Editora
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navio mercante c/ dois mastros.
Explanation: Outra opção.
- A snow (pronounced "snoo") or snaw, is a sailing vessel. A type of brig -- snows are often-referred to as "snow-brigs" -- snows were primarily used as a merchant ship, but saw war service. www.bookrags.com/wiki/Snow_(ship)
- A snow was a two-masted merchant vessel of the 16th through the 19th centuries, the largest two-masted ship of her period with a tonnage of up to around 1,000 tons, primarily a merchant ship but also used at war. She carried square sails on both masts, but had a small trysail mast (also called a snowmast) stepped immediately abaft the mainmast from which a trysail with a boom was set, with the luff of the trysail hooped to it. At times the trysail mast was replaced by a horse on the mainmast, to which the luff of the trysail was attached by rings. publicliterature.org/en/wikipedia/s/sn/snow__ship_.html - 3k
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