"The Turkish vessel, which was often used in Levanta for shipment of trading goods. She had only one mast, which together with a topmast was of an extreme length". This is a Falconer's description of a sajk. On the Randon's engraving this type of a vessel is depicted in details. She was a one-and-a-half masted vessel similar by her sail rigging to a hooker. Her mainmast placed amidships had two square sails with yards. She had a short mizzenmast with a Lateen yard and a 'setti'-sail and a bowsprit with a sprint sail. The forestaysail and the jib are absent on the engraving but they are considered to be normal for such a type of sail rigging. Sajks had transom sterns and were similar to sambuks of the Red Sea in their lines. Their displacement consisted of 200 - 300 t, length - from 60 to 100 feet.