You will observe, Miss Brewster, that he carries a dirk in his belt, a--ahem--a most unusual thing for a ship's officer
Sharp commands from the ship's officers
hastened the work of the crew in making things snug, and life lines were strung along deck for the safety of such of the passengers as might venture up when the blow began.
It lasted for perhaps two seconds, to be followed by the screams and moans of the wounded, the cursing of the men and the hoarse commands of the ship's officers
They took the risk of running against one of the ship's officers
and being hustled down the gangway with the toe of a boot to speed their going.
Touch the button, please," continued the ape-man; "we will have one of the ship's officers
here--this affair has gone quite far enough.
Electric lights, a shed-covered wharf, mountains of luggage and freight, the noisy toil of 'longshoremen and sailors, the staccato snorts of donkey engines and the whining sheaves as running lines ran through the blocks, a crowd of white-coated stewards carrying hand-baggage, the quartermaster at the gangway foot, the gangway sloping steeply up to the Umatilla's promenade deck, more quartermasters and gold-laced ship's officers
at the head of the gangway, and more crowd and confusion blocking the narrow deck-- thus Michael knew, beyond all peradventure, that he had come back to the sea and its ships, where he had first met Steward, where he had been always with Steward, save for the recent nightmare period in the great city.
The days were not many after that when he sat at table with the scientific men and ship's officers
According to the fishermen, they were freed the day after a Malaysian Navy official called the ship's officer
and ordered their release.
Cameron works for a local builder's merchant and joined the Redcar lifeboat station in 2006 while Ben, who is a ship's officer
on a diver support vessel, joined in July 2012.
who works as a ship's officer
, is accused of causing disturbance aboard the flight bound for Alexandria on November 26 last year while drunk.
The wife of a Liverpool ship's officer
fell into the Salthouse Dock, Liverpool, and a seaman, William Jenkin Thomas, went to her aid.
A SHIP'S officer
was airlifted to hospital after being taken ill while on board a tanker off Anglesey.