What is sailor?

  • (noun): Any member of a ship's crew.
    Synonyms: crewman
    See also — Additional definitions below

Sailor

A sailor, seaman, mariner, or seafarer is a person who navigates water-borne vessels or assists as a crew member in their operation and maintenance.

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Sailor (song) - Continental European Versions - German Language Version - Original Lolita Recording
... In fact the single, re-entitled "Sailor (Your Home is On the Sea)" garnered sufficient attention from Top 40 radio to debut at #76 on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 dated October 24, 1960 the impact ... a Hamburg studio on November 4, 1960, and "Sailor..." rose as to a #5 Hot 100 peak in December 1960 ... Sailor..." also afforded Lolita a hit in Australia (#14), Japan (Top 20) and New Zealand reaching #8 in the latter territory despite the #1 ranking achieved there by ...
List Of Codename: Sailor V Chapters - Shinsōban Editions
1 "Sailor V is Born!" (セーラーV誕生!, "Sērā Bi Tanjō!"?) Vol. 3 "Sailor V Appears! Channel 44 / Pandora's Plot" (セーラーV初登場--「チャンネル44」パンドラの野望編, "Sērā Bi Hatsu Touj. 6 "Showdown! Sailor V vs ...
Sailor (song) - Continental European Versions - French Language Version
... When Petula Clark charted in her native UK with the English-language rendering of "Sailor" - see Section 2.3 of this article for details - reaching #1 in February 1961 she ended a UK chart absence of ... Clark did enjoy a string of hit singles in France and she expediently rendered her UK hit "Sailor" with French-language lyrics - by Jean Broussolle (fr) - with the resultant track "Marin" becoming Clark's ... also entered the Montreal charts (as "Sailor") in January 1961 peaking at #13 marking Clark's first appearance on an accredited North American chart almost four years before her ...
SKUD 18 - Background - Adaptations For Disabled People
... the SKUD 18, the helmsperson may be a severely disabled sailor (SDS) so needs servo assisted steering, while the crew would generally control the sheets ... as the first Paralympic class to specify a severely disabled sailor and a female in the crew, with both sailors secured (with quick release) to their centerline seats ... fail safe with a Severely Disabled Sailor (SDS) aboard in the worst situation, i.e ...
Mark Reynolds (sailor)
... Reynolds (born November 2, 1955) is an American Star class sailor and Olympic champion ... Champion 1998 North American Star Champion (again in 2002) 2000 ISAF/Sperry World Sailor of the Year 2001 Commodores Cup Champion (again in 2002) 2002 Inducted into Sailing World's Hall ...

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    Captain Bligh: Mr. Byam, you’re up late.
    Byam: It’s very warm below, sir.
    Captain Bligh: I hadn’t noticed it. A true sailor can sleep in an oven, if need be, or in a keg of ice.
    Talbot Jennings (1896–1985)

    He is the best sailor who can steer within the fewest points of the wind, and extract a motive power out of the greatest obstacles. Most begin to veer and tack as soon as the wind changes from aft, and as within the tropics it does not blow from all points of the compass, there are some harbors which they can never reach.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)