He was the illegitimate son of a French sea captain and his Haitian chambermaid.
About five minutes before local noon the sea captain goes to the bridge with sextant in hand.
At the first glimpse I knew that he was no more a sea captain than the pilot was a pilot.
Looks like a seafaring man, a sea captain, I should say—but he won't give his name.
"Fog, as you know, is the dread of every sea captain," said Mr. Cutting.
Baibars himself, after Daoud returned to Manfred, had arranged for a bribed Genoese sea captain to smuggle it to him.
"I'm not guilty, if that is what you mean," the sea captain answered.
Many years ago a sea captain returned to his home in the north of Scotland, after sailing the sea for a long time.
I hear that her late husband was a fine fellow, a sea captain.
It is probable that some sea captain, or pirate, was attracted by the beauty of the young princess, and carried her off.