In the United States, a sailing vessel with one mast and a bowsprit, setting one or two headsails. In Great Britain and Europe, a cutter sets two headsails, with or without a bowsprit.
a boat with only one mast.
A small pipe with a vertical loop of brass, fitting above the upright exhaust pipe of a motor boat to break the force of the exhaust under bridges and tunnels.
Single-masted small ship.
A boat, belonging to a ship, smaller than a pinnace, fitted for rowing and sailing, and used for carrying light stores, passengers, etc.
a small one masted vessel rigged iwth a fore-and-aft mainsail, foresail, and jib. In the 18th centuray a cutter usually had a square topsail as well.
a boat for communication between ship and shore
a sailing vessel with a single mast set further back than the mast of a sloop
a naval term for a ship's boat or auxiliary vessel
a small vessel resembling a sloop , with one mast and a straight running (not fixed) bowsprit , the sails being usually a fore-and-aft mainsail, gaff topsail, stay foresail and jib
a sailboat with one mast stepped more than one third of the way aft, capable of carrying two or more sails ahead of the mast; also, a Coast Guard boat.
A ship's boat for carrying stores or passengers
sailboat with one mast and a mainsail and two headsails.
Similar to a sloop except sails are arranged so that many combinations of areas may be obtained.