the ability of a vessel to endure rough conditions at sea and navigate safely during long storms.
adjective, Nautical. (of a vessel) 1. sailing easily in a rough sea.
noun 1. one of the piratical Scandinavian chiefs who ravaged the coasts of medieval Europe. 2. (initial capital letters) a twin-engine U.S. Navy helicopter for rescue work and antisubmarine warfare. noun 1. any of the greater Viking pirate chiefs who led raids on the coasts of early medieval Europe
noun 1. an embossed emblem, figure, symbol, word, letter, etc., used as attestation or evidence of authenticity. 2. a stamp, medallion, ring, etc., engraved with such a device, for impressing paper, wax, lead, or the like: The king took the seal from his finger and applied it to the document. 3. the impression so obtained: […]
noun 1. any of several experimental U.S. Navy underwater habitats for aquanauts.