He had plenty of sea room, so that he might venture to lift his anchor.
He had no fears in regard to the safety of the ship as long as she had plenty of sea room.
Let's have sea room enough, and then let it blow the devil's head off.
The Clytie was fairly in mid-lake, with plenty of sea room to leeward.
We have plenty of sea room, and a good English hull beneath us.
At last we recovered, God be thanked, in some despair, to sea room enough.
We had sea room, and no lee shore to fear, and the ship was stanch, and no sailor can ask for more than that.
Nevertheless, they had plenty of sea–room, and now from the trending of the coast might prudently stand due south.
Each man to his taste, I prefer sailing over the free ocean, with my stout galiot under my feet and plenty of sea room.
There was an abundance of sea room and he curved into the passage with his usual skill.