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Fifteenth century ships, such as those Vespucci sailed on were large, and constructed of wood, with numerous billowing sails. The ships were sometimes reinforced with metal to make them more seaworthy. These ships were highly dependent upon wind being strong enough to maintain constant sailing, yet not too strong as to damage the ships.

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