What is another word for seamanship?

Pronunciation: [sˈiːmənʃˌɪp] (IPA)

Seamanship is a term used to describe the skills and knowledge required to navigate and operate a ship or vessel. There are several synonyms for this word that can be used interchangeably, such as nautical expertise, maritime proficiency, naval acumen, boating skills, and boatmanship, each implying a certain level of skill and knowledge of watercraft handling. Other related terms include maritime prowess, sailing ability, ship handling, and navigation aptitude, which all describe the mastery of the art of sailing and operating a vessel in open waters. These synonyms help to convey the nuanced aspects of seamanship and highlight its importance in maritime activities.

What are the hypernyms for Seamanship?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • hypernyms for seamanship (as nouns)

What are the hyponyms for Seamanship?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Seamanship

Some of the women shook their heads; and said it was a shame to let such mere lads go to the herring-fishing-for some night or other they would be drowned; but the men, who knew something of Rob's seamanship, had no fear at all; and their only doubt was about the younger lads being up to the heavy work of hauling in the nets in the morning.
"The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols"
William Black
"I must compliment you, monsieur, on your skilful seamanship," I said.
"Paddy Finn"
W. H. G. Kingston
Had it been earlier in the day, our capture by either one or the other would have been certain; but Dubois might now manage, by good seamanship, to slip between the two.
"Paddy Finn"
W. H. G. Kingston

Famous quotes with Seamanship

  • Good seamanship is recovering from an incident at sea. Great seamanship is avoiding an incident at sea.
  • The world is in dreadful need of men who will assume the new leadership – who will have the courage of their own visions and who will recognise clearly that we are only at the beginning of the voyage, and have to learn an entirely new system of seamanship.
    Hendrik Willem van Loon
  • His name was Jermyn, and he dodged all day long about the galley drying his handkerchief before the stove. Apparently he never slept. He was a dismal man, with a perpetual tear sparkling at the end of his nose, who either had been in trouble, or was in trouble, or expected to be in trouble — couldn't be happy unless something went wrong. He mistrusted my youth, my common-sense, and my seamanship, and made a point of showing it in a hundred little ways. I dare say he was right. It seems to me I knew very little then, and I know not much more now; but I cherish a hate for that Jermyn to this day.
    Joseph Conrad

Related words: nautical terminology, nautical language, sailing terms, boat terminology, nautical terms, nautical nomenclature, maritime terminology, boat jargon, maritime vernacular

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