Windjammer ships, also known as tall ships, are large traditional sailing ships typically used for luxury cruises and sailing trips.
These ships were originally used for cargo transportation but have since been converted for tourist use.
These ships used to have three to five sails anywhere on the mast.
Structurally, windjammer hulls were mostly made with the help of iron or steel.
The ship's gross weight was greatly reduced, increasing the ship's cargo carrying capacity compared to the traditional wooden hulls of the time.
Many general utilitarian aspects of ships have made windjammers back into fashion in the commercial shipping industry.
In modern times, it has been proposed to build ships that use and integrate the windjammer theme, allowing for better and safer waterborne cargo routes.