It was fifteen miles to the nor'ard of the Skaw in broad daylight.
Scauper, Skaw′pėr, n. a tool with semicircular face, used by engravers.
Not one single harbour of refuge can be found between Esbjerg and the Skaw.
With this lovely fog we shall round the Skaw and get into German waters unobserved.
There he found and joined the Dutch ships that had slipped around the Skaw during the rumpus.
R19, having picked up her boats, gathered way and an hour later was rounding the Skaw.
Off the Skaw, the northernmost point of Denmark, a Danish man-of-war came alongside us.
On the 19th of March the fleet was collected off the northern point of Denmark, known as the Skaw.
At noon, the latitude observed, was 57.54; and at five o'clock we made the Skaw through the crevices of a fog.
Some of his best poems are about the Skaw fishermen, and later in life he settled down among them, dying at Skagen in 1907.