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Mast

By Barbara Bray
The mast of a sailing ship is a tall, vertical pole that supports the ship's sails. Larger ships have multiple masts while most private, sailboats only have one. As of the 1930s, most masts are made with aluminum and thus are lighter, stronger, and do not rot as wooden masts do.

Created in 2006
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Bray, Barbara. Mast. mast.jpg. 2006. My eCoach® eLibrary. Online. Available. 1 February 2015. <http://www.my-ecoach.com>
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