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noun - A lugger is a class of boat, widely used as traditional fishing boats, particularly off the coasts of France, England and Scotland. It is a small sailing vessel with lugsails set on two or more masts and perhaps lug topsails.
Open Water Swimming
- British Isles: Coble (not strictly a lugger as cobles have only one mast), used on the English east coast from Yorkshire to Northumberland, Cornish lugger, Fifie (a herring drifter of the Scottish east coast), Hastings lugger, Manx nickey, Manx nobby, Sgoth Niseach
- Continental Europe: Barca-longa of the Iberian and Mediterranean coasts, Breton chasse-marée, French lugger (lougre) of the coast of Normandy