“I think he took awhile to get his sea legs because it's difficult,” he said.
If the first season was about finding their sea legs, this season is about sharpening the writing, without making it too slick.
As with any show, it took us some time to find our sea legs.
I by this time had not only got my sea legs, but was pretty handy aloft.
But I soon got quit of my sea legs, which I had so much difficulty in finding.
During our first days at sea we had some difficulty in finding our sea legs.
It'll give 'em their sea legs, and the weather will be all right the other side of the Bay.
I had now got my sea legs on, and was beginning to enter upon the regular duties of a sea-life.
The motion of the boat, you know—in fact I havent quite got my sea legs on.
You'd think I'd be used to torpedoing by this time, and could keep my sea legs under fire, but I didn't.
To “have one's sea legs” is to be able to walk calmly and steadily on a tossing ship, or to become accustomed to a new or strange situation: “Even though Kimberly just joined the company, she's got her sea legs in a hurry.”