e gafatia le vasa
- e gafatia le vasa
Adjective(1) fit for a sea voyage
(1) The GUARDIAN got into difficulties, and much pumping had to be made to keep the ship seaworthy .(2) As any Master of a seaworthy vessel would do, he quickly steams towards the sinking boat.(3) He insisted: ‘Upon leaving Mongstad, the ship was seaworthy and safe.’(4) Lots of us have undertaken the task of restoring an older vessel to a seaworthy condition.(5) Having proven herself as a fast and seaworthy vessel, Fame was able to outsail and capture vessels many times her size.(6) In the right hands it is probably the most adaptable and seaworthy vessel afloat.(7) You are quite right to infer that something more seaworthy than the Dover boat carried goods by sea in the bronze age.(8) The boat might seem to be a seaworthy vessel, but in fact be full of holes - this fact need not be presented in the experience.(9) We anticipated a rusty scow; he commissioned a very handsomely appointed, eminently seaworthy vessel.(10) So the boat was seaworthy at this time, no question of that whatsoever.(11) Not all of these submarines are presently seaworthy .(12) In spite of our physical trauma, our morale is good - we are alive on a seaworthy sailboat, for us to use!(13) He claims the council is treating him shabbily, and all he needs is a stay of execution until he can have the sailing boat seaworthy .(14) His coastguard - one seaworthy ship - sailed to Poti.(15) We could be imprisoned or forced back to sea in an even less seaworthy vessel.(16) The project team had to produce a seaworthy ship.
(1) seaworthy :: e gafatia le vasa
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