Sailors and people who work on boats and ships - synonyms or related words
a man who takes people or goods somewhere in a small boat, or who has small boats that you can rent for a period of time
an officer on a ship whose job is to take care of the ship’s equipment
a sailor in the past who attacked and stole from other ships
a way of writing “captain” that shows how it sounds, used for speaking to the captain of a ship
the people who work on a ship, aircraft, etc.
a man who is a member of the crew of a ship, aircraft, etc.
mainly British a longshoreman
someone whose job is to operate a ferry
someone who works on a ship
someone whose job is to steer a ship (=make it go in a particular direction)
American someone whose job is to put goods on and take goods off ships. The British word is docker.
mainly literary a sailor
old salt noun
old-fashioned an old sailor with a lot of experience
someone who leads a ship through a difficult or dangerous area of water
someone whose job is to deal with the accounts on a ship and to take care of the passengers
someone who works on a boat or ship
someone who sails for pleasure, especially someone who has a lot of experience
sea dog noun
humorous someone who has a lot of experience of ships and sailing
a man who is a sailor, especially one who is not an officer
a man who has the skills of a sailor
a sailor who works together with another sailor on the same ship
informal someone who is in charge of a small ship or fishing boat. The more formal word is captain.
American someone whose job is to move goods on and off ships. The British word is docker.
someone who works on a submarine
someone who sails or owns a yacht
a woman who sails or owns a yacht