Sea Legs

Sea legs is the ability to walk steadily on the deck of a boat or ship. Sea legs may also refer to:

  • Illusion of motion felt on dry land after spending time at sea
  • A metaphor for adjusting to living/travelling at sea.
  • Sealegs (brand name), a brand of amphibious vehicle, capable of traversing land and water.
  • Sea Legs - brand name of antihistamine drug Meclozine.
  • "Sea Legs" (song), by The Shins on their 2007 album Wincing the Night Away
  • "Sea Legs", a song by Spirit Caravan on their 1999 album Jug Fulla Sun
  • Sea Legs (1930 film), starring Jack Oakie
  • Sea Legs, a 1937 Broadway Musical
  • Sea Legs, an EP by Samantha Shelton

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