So many doublings and devices were required to get to sea with an unseaworthy ship and a captain that was "wanted."
Moreover, when there is time to use the boats, they are too often found to be unseaworthy.
This ancient shipping was poor, unseaworthy stuff by any modern standards.
Ships were allowed to be sent to sea in an unseaworthy condition.
My shipmates and myself were in great hope that the vessel would be condemned as unseaworthy.
(b) To ensure that the necessary repairs and dry docking of unseaworthy ships are carried out by the German authorities.
My dear sir, we are all—except you—wrecks here, all unseaworthy at least.
A vessel captain with common sense will not go to sea in a storm, or navigate a weak, unseaworthy craft.
This list was to show clearly which vessels were considered seaworthy, and if unseaworthy, from what cause.
The remnant was crowded into a single small, unseaworthy brigantine under the command of Francisco Pizarro.