Many of the ships were merchant vessels pressed or hired, and commanded by their own skippers, who displayed little military spirit.
Most Skippers have their own ideas how the cod ends should be false bellied and where the halving becket should be fixed.
This time, skippers seem more cautious on their approach to the line.
charter boat skippers operating in the area was called into question.
grizzled skippers are rarely seen.
Butterflies include ringlets, small skippers and meadow browns.
Flying Fish trains and recruits yacht skippers and sail, dive, surf, windsurf, ski and snowboard instructors.
No injuries occurred to the divers but the competence of the charter boat skippers operating in the area was called into question.
trawler skippers, Iceland was worked all the year round by many skippers.
yacht skippers and sail, dive, surf, windsurf, ski and snowboard instructors.
Well known and used by trawler skippers, Iceland was worked all the year round by many skippers.
Like other skippers it has a fast whirring flight, which often ends up with a return to its original resting place.
Their skippers each spend thousands of dollars to get their boats in the water, to their location, and manned with a skilled crew.
Captain Chris Kleme doesn't take his job too seriously, which can aggravate some of the older skippers.
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