Recent Examples of sea captain from the Web
Archaeologists began to dig on the grounds of a former plantation called Avery’s Rest, which was once owned by local judge, planter and sea captain John Avery, in 2006.
One of the most colorful of those shipowners was Laskarina Bouboulina, the 50-year-old widow of a sea captain.
Manfred Jabs, the director of the Bremerhaven Tafel, looks like a cross between a sea captain and Santa Claus, with a thick white beard and a high forehead and ruddy cheeks.
In a sense, a program manager is like a sea captain
Museum officials say it was donated to the organization after being passed down through generations in the family of William Barnes, a sea captain from Harpswell, who received the canoe as a gift from a tribe.
The standard bearer for the American side was Edward Collins, a resourceful merchant and sea captain who had proved himself in the pirate-ridden Caribbean trade.
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Definition of sea captain for English Language Learners
: the captain of a ship that travels on the sea
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