A ship big enough to carry two in fair weather, but only one in foul.
I wouldn't give a darn for a schooner load of 'em when 'twas fair weather.
"I hope it 'll be fair weather for us the rest of our days," said Mrs. Snow.
Some people seem to be born for fair weather and smooth sailing.
But the rainy season was now coming on and we must wait for fair weather.
Night after night it was the same—starlight and snow, fair weather and storm.
There's lots of time for wondering on a schooner in fair weather.
You say this: 'Good morning, Captain; have you had a good voyage and fair weather?'
The force of the wind is underrated if you reason about it in fair weather.
When it is evening, ye say it will be fair weather: for the sky is red.