Chris Green wrote:I'm not sure I could draft a blazon that would guarantee that the emblazonment resembled the picture.
I am prepared to give it a go -
"Azure three triangular sails argent billowing towards the sinister the middle sail larger and overlapping the outside two."
I am sure that 'triangular sails' could be replaced with 'lateen sails'. However, this would require one to look up a traditional dictionary for a definition.
(A lateen (from French latine, meaning "Latin") or latin-rig is a triangular sail set on a long yard mounted at an angle on the mast, and running in a fore-and-aft direction.)
Billowing - from the verb 'to billow' meaning 'to fill with air and swell outwards'.