This threw the whole weight of the Dazzler on the chain-anchor.
Everything was in readiness to give the Dazzler the jib, and go.
So he, too, began to experience a keen interest in the escape of the Dazzler.
As it was, the Dazzler had a beam wind in which to overtake him.
The Dazzler tacked about and began to work in toward the north shore.
A skiff grazed the side of the Dazzler softly and interrupted Joe's reveries.
Only that very morning he had been a school-boy, and now he was a sailor, shipped on the Dazzler and bound he knew not whither.
He frowned, got up from where he had been sunning himself on top of the Dazzler's cabin, and kicked off his heavy rubber boots.
The wind was blowing from the north in mild squalls, and the Dazzler cut noiselessly through the landlocked water.
The Dazzler's skiff was brought alongside, as was also the small boat in which the two strangers had come aboard.