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  • Cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey
  • Bottoms Up
  • Hard and fast
  • To be in Deep Water
  • To Go by the Board
  • Cut and run
  • Go by the board
  • Plain sailing
  • Hand over fist
  • To Take Something on Board
  • To Rock the Boat
  • Turned the Corner
  • Walk the plank
  • Plain Sailing
  • Shipshape and Bristol fashion
  • To be on the Right Track
  • In the offing
  • Shake a leg
  • To Run a Tight Ship
  • Groggy
  • Sink or Swim
  • Shiver my timbers
  • Close quarters
  • To Sail Close to the Wind
  • Taken aback
  • To be Three Sheets to the Wind
  • Mal de mer
  • All at sea
  • Limey
  • All at Sea
  • Down in the Doldrums
  • Between the Devil and the deep blue sea
  • Touch and go
  • The Cut of Someone’s Jib
  • Hunky-dory
  • A Land Lubber
  • High and dry
  • To Be Caught Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
  • To be High and Dry
  • Panic stations
  • Know the ropes
  • A Shot Across the Bows
  • To Make Waves
  • On Board
  • A shot across the bows
  • Copper-bottomed
  • The bitter end
  • To Show Your True Colours
  • Copper Bottomed
  • To Give a Wide Berth
  • On your beam ends
  • All Hands on Deck
  • Broad in the beam
  • Dead in the Water
  • Chock-a-block
  • To be Shipshape and Bristol Fashion
  • To Make up Leeway.
  • Tide over
  • Fathom out
  • Loose cannon
  • Get underway
  • Loose Cannon
  • Batten Down the Hatches
  • By and large
  • To bamboozle” into our language.
  • Slush fund
  • Edging forward
  • The cut of your jib
  • Tell it to the marines
  • To Be Left High and Dry
  • Dead in the water
  • Full to the gunwales
  • Push the boat out
  • Batten down the hatches
  • Give a wide berth
  • Three sheets to the wind
  • Anchors aweigh