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    sambistapt is offline Junior Member
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    Cool Out at sea Vs at high sea?

    Hello amigos!

    My ship is out at sea/ at high sea now.

    Which one fits better in the sample?

    Thanks in advance,

    Sam

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    Default Re: Out at sea Vs at high sea?

    You are or your ship is out at sea.

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    Default Re: Out at sea Vs at high sea?

    I'm not a teacher, but I am a sailor. So, I would say, "My ship is at sea." I think it's simpler and means exactly the same thing. You can also say, "My ship is asea," but I think that's rarely if ever used anymore.

    - Elliott

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