boatmanship


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boat·man

 (bōt′mən)
n.
One who works on, deals with, or operates boats.

boat′man·ship′ n.
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Noun1.boatmanship - skill in handling boats
seamanship - skill in sailing
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On a famous stretch of Florida river, two anglers from Iowa put on an impressive display of high-tech boatmanship.
Smith spent six weeks being taught the basics of boatmanship by members of the Leander rowing club in Henleyon-Thames for the BBC One drama.
Dow simply wants to quietly experience sea life but a very conspicuous act of courage and great boatmanship brings him to the unwanted attention of the Ship Kings.
Following a skillful dance of boatmanship in the wind and waves, the vessel nosed up to the dock long enough for one passenger to disembark.