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A British Naval Brigantine of the Red Squadron in a Calm Sea, by John Clevely, 1752, National Maritime Museum.

A Brigatine is two-masted vessel with square sails on the foremast and fore-and-aft sails on the mainmast. See also Hermaphrodite Brig. In the 17th century the term Brigantine was also used to describe any variety of small two-masted square-rigged vessels.