Of course it can't be helped, with the tender rising and falling four or five feet in the seaway.
The crew cheered, for it was a splendid shot at that distance and in a seaway.
He asked why the Nequasset was loafing there in the seaway without steering headway on her!
A craft so small could not reasonably be expected to live in such a seaway.
The seaway is foul with wrecks, foundered on beach and sandbar—the tide vexed by under-water obstructions.
Loaded an ore boat with avgas and ammo and ran it up the seaway.
A ship's yawl, being both broad and deep, is one of the safest of small boats in a seaway.
The Inlet ends there, the seaway barred by these frowning declivities.
For some miles the seaway is narrow, but it broadens out again before the end is reached.
True, she rolled heavily in a seaway and was unhandy on her helm when running at slow speed.