They are found hundreds of miles from land, skimming on the surface of the open sea, and diving in stormy weather.
Soon their eyes were gladdened with the sight of the open sea.
The chief danger was upon the open sea; many of the light cruisers having great speed.
Then the Polly passed on into the night with clear pathway to the open sea.
As soon as the young ones have become sufficiently strong to take care of themselves, they are turned adrift into the open sea.
There we saw our 'Waverunner' with sail up and bow pointing to open sea.
After he had passed the second lot of natives he ascended the second hill, and beheld, far in the east,p. 34 the open sea.
Somewhere by the open sea—a place where you can find a true home, after your own heart.
This was their only hope of escape, to leave the ship behind and embark in two little open boats for the open sea.
Also applied to a ship sailing from the shore into the open sea.
the middle of the sea as opposed to that abutting land