Leave it to one of America's oldest artist colonies to put a uniquely creative spin on this nautical holiday tradition.
Dana Kennedy on the nautical newcomers and diminishing glamour of St. Tropez and Monte Carlo.
After this piece of nautical gallantry, the glass began to circulate.
Sears was excited now, and, as usual when excited, drifted into nautical phraseology.
We spoke one or two vessels, and spent some time “gaming” with them,—the nautical phrase for visiting.
On the whole river there was nothing that looked half so nautical.
It conveys to the nautical mind an idea of skill which no "lubber" can possess.
This is what we nautical Men shout to one another as we pass in our Ships.
But it had a nautical air for the moment, and seemed somehow in keeping with that old lady's marine experience.
Poor Giuseppe, in spite of his nautical costume, was man of all work.