National Geographic : 1952 May
"-- A - .. .................------ Kodaclhronle byAlan Villiers © National Geographic Society 574 heAlan iier With a Gale on the Way, Crewmen Stow Gazela Primeiro's Foresail. She Is the Last Square-rigger inPortugal's Fleet Once barkentines like Gazela were common on the Banks; now most have been replaced by easier-to-handle schooners. The furry-looking stay atleftiscovered with woven yarn to prevent its chafing the sail. Opposite: Sailors hang on as a North Atlantic comberbreaks over Argus's lowrail.