But here comes that cursed felucca's boat.
"The Pirate of the Mediterranean" by W.H.G. Kingston
The next morning, a felucca anchored to procure some water; and, as she was proceeding to Toulon, I requested a passage.
"The Pacha of Many Tales" by Frederick Marryat
Mr Silva had recaptured the four vessels taken by the felucca.
"Rattlin the Reefer" by Edward Howard
On his doing this, the felucca hauled her wind and stood to the northward.
"Old Jack" by W.H.G. Kingston
The galliasse was somewhat like the lugger or felucca of modern days.
"How Britannia Came to Rule the Waves" by W.H.G. Kingston
It was a swift-sailing lateen-rigged felucca, one of those crafts that are common enough in Eastern waters, especially in the Levant.
"Picked up at Sea" by J.C. Hutcheson
It was not long before I discovered that there was a mystery of some sort attaching to the felucca that lay at anchor in the bay.
"A Middy of the King" by Harry Collingwood
On flew the felucca, urged by sails and oars.
"The Three Midshipmen" by W.H.G. Kingston
Also, a name for the beak of a xebec or felucca.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
On Wednesday, the wind was fair from Leghorn, and in the evening several feluccas arrived thence.
"Stories of Authors, British and American" by Edwin Watts Chubb
A film of sheeted silver gray
Shuts in the ocean's hue;
White-winged feluccas cleave their way
In paths of gorgeous blue.
"Songs of the Summer Days" by George MacDonald
A crackling fire. Light, heat in the felucca.
Pikes in the water. Pearl-white sand below.
The trident now! You'll get one if you're lucky.
Go slow, don't rush. A blow! Another blow!
"In An Estuary" by Ivan Bunin