What is seafaring?

  • (noun): The work of a sailor.
    Synonyms: navigation, sailing
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Civilization III: Conquests - New Civilizations in Conquests
... Advances Special Unit Leader Capital Byzantium Scientific, Seafaring Bronze working, Alphabet Dromon Theodora Constantinople Hittites Expansionist ...
C. S. Forester - Career
... States as Rifleman Dodd) and The Gun (filmed as The Pride and the Passion in 1957) and seafaring stories that did not involve Hornblower, such as ... His non-fiction seafaring works include The Age of Fighting Sail (1956), an account of the sea battles between Great Britain and the United States in the War of 1812 ... In addition to his novels of seafaring life, Forester also published two crime novels, Payment Deferred (1926), and Plain Murder (1930), and two ...
Mouth Music (band) - Relaunch and Return To Folk Music (2001-present) - Seafaring Man Album (2001)
... Mouth Music returned in 2001 with the Seafaring Man album ... Seafaring Man featured a firm return to Gaelic traditional music and a more acoustic approach (although maintaining African rhythms and electronic dance grooves underneath ... In an interview with World Beat Planet, Swan paid particular tribute to his Seafaring Man vocal collaborators, saying "I think I've now found exactly the sort of voices I'd ...
Krooman - History - Seafaring
... A number of Kroomen (between 20 and 30) are buried in the Seaforth Old Burial Ground in Simon's Town, South Africa, where their graves can still be seen, and Kroomen is the name used to describe them on their gravestones ... They were active in the RN between 1820 and 1900 ...
Thomas Benjamin Frederick Davis - Seafaring
... Davis continued with his seagoing career sailing as a seaman around the world and obtaining his Extra Master's ticket at the unusually young age of 25 ... He served in the Royal Naval Reserve between 1896 and 1899 and taught gunnery on The President ...

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