SY SHENANDOAH 3 masted gaff rigged steel hulled topsail schooner built in New York in 1902 and registered in Southampton, England. She is 56m long, has a beam of 8.5m and is 280 gross tons. She is currently the oldest super yacht in private hands in the world. Was fully restored in New Zealand in
No, I guess you are thinking of the two masted Gloucester fishing schooners that looked a bit like this one. "Down Easters" were the wooden square riggers generally produced "down East" in the later phase of US shipbuilding. Like the famed "Shenandoah." http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/search.php?searchid=441299 Stein.