seamanship

[ UK /sˈiːmənʃˌɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. skill in sailing
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How To Use seamanship In A Sentence

  • On board were up to 130 cadets getting a general education as well as learning seamanship from the 20 staff.
  • Did I venture to run the wildest rapids of the creek in the clumsy box which I called my canoe, she trusted her newest frock and ribbons to my seamanship. David Malcolm
  • Furthermore, this glimpse of history is not a familiar one to any but a most dedicated student of history or seamanship.
  • We were, however, consoled by reflecting, that every thing which zeal, fortitude, and seamanship, could produce, was concentred in her commander. The Settlement at Port Jackson
  • The sinking may have been a result of overloading, poor seamanship or both.
  • Even so, Nichols, watching from the Caledonia's quarterdeck, was almost mesmerized by the lifeboat coxswain 's seamanship. LET NOT THE DEEP
  • Henceforth he would have to rely on his seamanship to navigate.
  • We are only at the beginning of the voyage, and have to learn an entirely new system of seamanship.
  • I'm not much good for anything else,’ he added ruefully, hoping that an admission of his poor seamanship would mollify the other boy.
  • Even so, Nichols, watching from the Caledonia's quarterdeck, was almost mesmerized by the lifeboat coxswain's seamanship. LET NOT THE DEEP
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