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Why were medieval ships unsuited for long-distance voyages? Medieval ships were designed mostly for moving goods, troops, or warfare. Medieval ships used the less efficient triangular
sail. Medieval ships had to be built out of soft woods like pine. Medieval ships used a longer keel, a taller mast, and a heavier wood.
Medieval ships were unsuited for long-distance voyages because: Medieval ships used a longer keel, a taller mast, and a heavier wood.
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