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The instruction ranges from history and geography to practical seamanship, with all the intermediate scientific subjects.
As it was, the "Agamemnon" was hard pressed, but escaped, chiefly through the enemy's lack of seamanship.
THE LIFE OF NELSON, VOL. I (OF 2)A. T. (ALFRED THAYER) MAHAN
In spite of his seamanship, the caravel was wrecked on the island of Cuba.
Were we half as good as he is, in other matters, we might be better than we are in seamanship.
THE TWO ADMIRALSJ. FENIMORE COOPER
Each time chance or poor aim or sharp seamanship or a combination of all three saved us.
“Come hither, Olaf; and learn a little seamanship,” said Karlsefin, with a good-humoured smile.
Too many subjects, perhaps; but certainly not seamanship to the exclusion of all else, as is clearly implied by “Veritas.”
The organization was into ten guns' crews, for instruction in seamanship and gunnery, and for discipline.
THE HERO OF MANILAROSSITER JOHNSON
Both among the officers of the blockading-fleets, and the commanders of the runners, were found great courage and fine seamanship.
Most of the crew was made up of men from the army, who knew nothing of seamanship, but who could at any rate fire a gun.

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