The second mast must be shorter than the first to qualify as either a ketch or a yawl.
You can tell a sailboat is a ketch and not a yawl, if the mizzen [second] mast is in front of the rudder post [that part of the boat to which the forward part of the rudder is attached].
This boat appears to be a ketch.
This is typical vegetation along the edge of an uninhabited key.
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