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landlubber

Nautical any person having no experience at sea
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Landlubbers are looking forward to some pirate fun in Saltburn.
Worst of all, the writing is clumsy, like a landlubber on a sailboat for the first time.
Meanwhile, sea fishing awards worth pounds 270 include an Ugly Stik Gold boat rod with an Ugly boat multiplier reel and a SALT Beach FS rod plus MACH 3 reel with spare spools for the winning landlubber.
5m) two-piece bass rod, designed from a slim profile carbon blank, is reserved for the winning landlubber, fishing from beach, rocks or pier.
With Glendale Federal's ``Buck the System'' slogan painted on the side of specially made 40-foot by 40-foot sails, the 330-ton barge is designed to be highly visible and legible from shore, where landlubber consumers are.
A pounds 140 K2 Blue Metal Team Extreme beachcaster goes to the first landlubber to cross the line.
ft boat rod for the best offshore catch and a 12ft Ugly Stik beachcaster for the top scoring landlubber.
Landlubbers who've never set foot on a cruise ship can try a one-night taster on board Saga Sapphire while she's docked in Dover on May 29 for just PS139pp.
For landlubbers and seafarers alike, St Augustine's only premiere Pirate Supply Store is a veritable treasure trove of awesome adventures.
LANDLUBBERS took to the high seas - and streets - of Stockton to enjoy the town's first Pirate Day festival.
Welsh fishermen, who have used small drift nets for centuries, will be swept up by the ban and may themselves becoming permanent landlubbers as a result: alternative methods, such as fixed net fishing, can't be used along the Welsh coast.