Definition of Seafaring. Meaning of Seafaring. Synonyms of Seafaring

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Definition of Seafaring

Seafaring
Seafaring Sea"far`ing, a. Following the business of a mariner; as, a seafaring man.

Meaning of Seafaring from wikipedia

- marine (or maritime) pilot. Marine pilots are seafarers with extensive seafaring experience and are usually qualified master mariners who have been trained...
- Seafaring Is Necessary (German: Seefahrt ist Not) is a 1921 German silent drama film directed by Rudolf Biebrach and starring Hans Marr, Lucie Höflich...
- coordinated groups, caring for injured or sick group members, and possibly seafaring and art (though examples of art are controversial, and are otherwise rudimentary...
- The Museum of Ancient Seafaring (German: Museum für antike Schifffahrt) was installed in Mainz in 1994 in the former central covered market (before railway...
- List of ****anese Navy ships and war vessels in World War II is a list of seafaring vessels of the Imperial ****anese Navy of World War II. It includes submarines...
- Manning is a family name. Manning may also refer to: Australia Manning, Western Australia The Manning River Austria Manning, Upper Austria Canada Manning...
- Seafaring has pla**** an important role in human history by enabling many prehistoric migration events across the world. Seafaring is especially important...
- The Vikings were seafaring Scandinavians. Viking or Vikings may also refer to: Viking (comics) Vikings #1 (2013), comic book prequel to the Vikings TV...
- Crowninshield family is an American family that has been prominent in seafaring, political and military leadership, and the literary world. The founder...
- Inhabitants of Saaremaa (Latin: Oesel, Osilia, Swedish: Ösel, Danish: Øsel, Finnish: Saarenmaa), refers to people historically living on the island of...