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Cutters were widely used by several navies in the 17th and 18th centuries and were usually the smallest commissioned ships in the fleet. As with cutters in general they were distinguished by their large fore-aft sail plans with multiple headsails, usually carried on a very long bowsprit , which was sometimes as long as half the length of the boat's hull. The rig gave the cutter excellent maneuverability and they were much better at sailing to windward than a larger square rigged ship.
Larger naval cutters often had the ability to hoist two or three square-rigged sails from their mast to improve their downwind sailing performance as well.
Navies used cutters for coastal patrol, customs duties, escort, carrying personnel and dispatches, and for small 'cutting out' raids. As befitted their size and intended role, naval cutters, such as those of the Royal Navy , were lightly armed, often with between six and ten small cannon or carronades. In the Royal Navy the naval cutter developed in the s as a development of the gaff-rigged Sloop.
The term 'cutter' originally referred to the vessel's hull shape: A Sloop had a hullform like a miniature full-size ship, a raised quarterdeck and a great cabin at the stern, itself often elevated under a poop deck, while the Cutter had a single uninterrupted deck and a plain transom stern. While wider in proportions than a Sloop above the water a length: Cutters had a much lower freeboard than Sloops, allowing them to carry a proportionally greater sail area which, with their finer hull lines, made them much faster for their size.
Cutters were often designed with rear-sloping keels, aided by ballasting the ship so it sat lower at the stern than the bow. In the rating system of the Royal Navy 'cutter' became the lowest classification, coming below the sloop-of-war as an 'unrated' vessel.
Under the system a 'cutter' was commanded by a lieutenant who would be the only commissioned officer on board. HMS Bounty was classed as a cutter under the command of Lieutenant William Bligh despite being a true ship with three square-rigged masts. The pilot cutter developed from the need for a fast boat to take maritime pilots from harbour to incoming large trading vessels. As most early pilots were local fisherman who undertook both jobs, although licensed by the harbour to operate within their jurisdiction, pilots were generally self-employed, and the quickest transport meant greater income.
As their fishing boats were heavy working boats, and filled with fishing equipment, they needed a new type of boat; early boats were developed from single masted fishing cutter designs and twin masted yawls , and latterly into the specialist pilot cutter.
The natural dangers of the Bristol Channel brought about over many years the development of the specialist Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter.
The term cutter is also used for any seaworthy vessel used in the law enforcement duties of the United Kingdom's Border Force , the United States Coast Guard because of its descent from the Revenue Cutter Service or the customs services of other countries. In America, the early Revenue Cutter Service operated customs cutters that were commonly schooners or brigs.
In Britain, they were usually rigged as defined under Sailing above. The British Board of Customs also used other vessels as hulks , which were moored in places such as tidal creeks. Customs officers worked from the hulks in smaller boats. German Fishcutter, Jachtwerft , Köpenick , Berlin , Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard cutter Jaguar.
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