Whipstaff

Whipstaff

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A whipstaff, sometimes called a whip is a device used in 16th- and 17th-century Europe to control the movement of a large sailing ship. Its development preceded the invention of the more-complex ship's wheel and followed the simple use of a tiller to control the steering of a ship underway.

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