The Enterprise is a vessel that defies the landlubber 's imagination.
But thanks to today's weather-resistant fabrics, even a landlubber 's deck can sail into the comfort zone.
Ships' records, however, reveal this pioneering woman to have been a landlubber who was on board ship for just a month.
People who care about ships and boats consistently call them ‘she’; the average person who's a landlubber might call a boat an ‘it’, but never a sailor.
On board, her computer brings a regular flow of e-mails sent through the website that tracks her progress - messages from friends, sailors, landlubbers and schoolchildren.
If building high-performance boats in the heart of the prairie seems unlikely, consider that most of the people making them are classic landlubbers , farmers to the core.
Still, the result is an entertaining overview that can be recommended both to surfers and to landlubbers who appreciate the spectacle and have a fondness for the associated strand of American youth culture.
Also, we landlubbers called the Clearwater a schooner; it is a sloop.
Large or small, landlubbers or seafarers or both, hermit crabs have one feature in common: they generally spend their lives inside the empty shells of snails or other mollusks.
The cleanup drew shoreside development, which, in turn, draws landlubbers to the waterfront every day.