She had watched them rowing about in the "water witch" and had decided that they possessed neither skill nor speed.
Madge and Phyllis were allowing the "water witch" to drift in.
But the water witch was not, properly speaking, a vessel of war.
Madge was alone in the “water witch,” which had been mended and was as good as new.
Noxon, who was familiar with the running of the water witch, was to act as engineer and steersman.
They locked the cabin of the water witch, walked into town, and found a taxi.
Two long ropes were arranged so that a sled could be towed on either side of the water witch.
Rick had seen the water witch pass through the reef and head for them.
A little beyond was the inlet where they had seen the water witch reposing in the darkness of night.
The boys picked up the equipment and carried it to the water witch.