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This moral aim -- as opposed to the currently accepted technical aim of the poem -- explains the otherwise puzzling incompleteness of the instructions on farming and seafaring.
The first time he spoke to me after we were at Yarmouth, which was not till two or three days, for we were separated in the town to several quarters; I say, the first time he saw me, it appeared his tone was altered; and, looking very melancholy, and shaking his head, he asked me how I did, and telling his father who I was, and how I had come this voyage only for a trial, in order to go further abroad, his father, turning to me with a very grave and concerned tone "Young man," says he, "you ought never to go to sea any more; you ought to take this for a plain and visible token that you are not to be a seafaring man.
Fair trade with seafaring men gets a bad name through deeds of violence.
When they came up to the ship, and began to row round her, they discovered us all hard at work on the outside of the ship's bottom and side, washing, and graving, and stopping, as every seafaring man knows how.
Sekimizu also highlighted the need for greater efforts to be made to bring new generations into seafaring as a profession, noting that seafaring must be seen to appeal to new generations as a rewarding and fulfilling career.
Hopefully the residents of two great seafaring regions, Merseyside and south Devon, will combine to support the raffle and save this fine ship, which is so much part of the seafaring tradition of both areas.
A MAJOR search is under way to find seafaring families in Birmingham and Sandwell who have hit hard times.
Forester and O'Hara's sagas, and is a pick for any who enjoy seafaring protagonists and interactions between captions, kings, and patriots on the high seas.
Seafaring adventures ANY seafaring holidaymakers seeking adventure close to home should consider a trip on board the THV Patricia, the flagship of Trinity House, which services and maintains navigational buoys, light vessels and offshore lighthouses around England, Wales and the Channel Islands, as well as dealing with maritime emergencies and wrecks.
Tokyo, Jan 23, 2015 - (JCN) - NYK has started the "NYK Mirai Project" to encourage greater awareness of maritime affairs and the seafaring life among students at elementary, junior high, and maritime schools in Japan.
The calendar is a beautiful compilation of the photographic works of HE Zubair, focusing on these eloquent emblems of the nation's cosmopolitan character and its proud history of seafaring.
SOUTH Tyneside families are being encouraged to celebrate their communities' seafaring history by showing their support for local sailors.
A spokesman said: "In response to the statement made by MP Albert Owen, it is important to say that Stena Line want to protect local seafaring jobs.
Oman Air CEO Wayne Pearce said the new sponsorship agreement, saying: "Oman Air is proud to once again be helping to focus global attention on Oman's sporting achievements and its seafaring tradition.
As a master sculptor of Inuvialuit (Inuit) descent, Ruben contrasts these two northern seafaring peoples by weaving together elements from each culture's history and mythological landscape.