The periods of sea duty were similar to those of the trawlers.
Some of the trawlers were miles away on the starboard bow, and others on the port.
The other trawlers, he had noted, had crow's-nests that looked like barrels.
Our friend the skipper gave us a great deal of information about trawlers.
I take off my hat to the British destroyers and trawlers, and to the men who man them.
He had been particularly interested in the names of the British trawlers.
One of the trawlers was sunk, two men killed, and twenty wounded.
The trawlers testified, one and all, that there was no torpedo-boat present.
The bay seemed crowded with motor barges and flotillas of trawlers.
The enemy disappeared, and again the trawlers gathered and "starred."