The bay is merely an elbow, half the winds blowing in from the open sea.
Smith looked at the sky, he looked at the shore, and the safe, open sea beyond.
The icebergs had weighed anchor, and were sailing out into the open sea.
The open sea, of the existence of which we are certified, must wash the shores of continents.
They reversed their engines and steamed off into the open sea with all possible speed.
In his flight he towed the ship to a safe place in the open sea.
The sun seemed much hotter in this congestion than in the open sea.
She stood on the shore by the inlet, she saw the boat coming in from the open sea.
And as soon as the "Zphir" had reached the open sea, La Queue cast his nets.
Massena enters Portugal at Almeida and marches to Lisbon and the open sea.