The mast of a catboat with its gaff-rigged sail is well forward in the bow. The mast of a sloop is stepped forward from the middle and may be Bermuda-rigged or gaff-rigged. A yawl and a ketch are two-masted. Their mainmasts are placed as in a sloop, and may support both a headsail, a mainsail, and a gaff above the mainsail. Their mizzen mast is half or quarter the size of the mainmast, forward of the rudderstock for a ketch and aft of the rudderstock for a yawl.