|Not exactly a Dogger, but I couldn't resist the image.|
Here are the links I've devised for ship types
Barge: river vessels of varying sizes designed to haul goods up and down stream.
Bireme: light galley designed for battle, beached at night.
Caravel: ocean-going, manoeuvrable 2-masted sailing ship.
Carrack: heavy ocean-going trade ship designed for long voyages.
Coaster: light coastal vessel based on the cog, used as a local service boat.
Cog: broad, single-masted vessel, primitive in design but still working in parts of the world.
Dekares: immense cataphracted oared galley designed to transport infantry and marines.
Dogger: two-masted, sturdy, seagoing fishing vessel.
Holk: ponderous sea-going vessel that is highly fortified.
Junk: sailing ship favored by merchants, with river-going and sea-going forms, replete with isolated compartments.
Ketch: two-masted, large maneuverable ocean-going fishing vessel.
Knarr: light ship built for sea journeys but dangerous in heavy weather.Yawl: light two-masted vessel used for lake fishing and communications.
Eventually there will be other ships. I could easily add 15 more types in galleys alone, from my Trireme game, but just now having 17 types of galley seems unnecessary. Those will get added in time, when it becomes necessary (if ever).
I did my best to find images for each ship. Not easy; and was forced to use a modern image occasionally, or one with a ship featuring cannon (which does not exist in my world). Did my best to find images that would downplay the latter, but frankly it was unavoidable. Many of these ships were invented post-cannon and that's all there is to it.
I believe, at least, I've got the approximate correct shape and number of masts.
Adding a compiled list of the types shown: