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The art of making headway in a sailing ship without any apparent wind to fill its sails. By taking advantage of such breaths of wind as may occur, a well-trimmed vessel can often make quite an appreciable way through the water, appearing to move, or ghost, even in a flat calm.

Subjects: Maritime History.


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