The narrative of his voyages proves the boldness of his seamanship.
It required all the captain's seamanship, and the efforts of all the crew, to withstand it.
One of the first things I discovered was that I knew far less about seamanship than I gave myself credit for.
I was losin' my temper; I do hate bunglin' seamanship aboard a craft of mine.
With eyes now turned from aloft to ahead, we retyped our seamanship to meet the altered conditions of the veer in our outlook.
"That will do as far as seamanship is concerned," the officer said.
I have said that the North Sea was my finishing school of seamanship before I launched myself on the wider oceans.
In spite of his seamanship, the caravel was wrecked on the island of Cuba.
It was a very clever bit of seamanship, mind you, that taking the brig out in the teeth of the storm with hardly room to tack.
Were we half as good as he is, in other matters, we might be better than we are in seamanship.