By definition the captain does.
ship skip, clipper skipper
He explored with a sailing ship.
Captain: Lieutenant: Master: Gunner: Carpenter: Mates: Quartermaster: this is for the early sailing ships 1600+
Captain Bligh was mutinied against in 1789. The ship was burned January 23, 1790.
To show dignity. They don't have to sink with their ship, but it shows integrity and pride. The captain is in charge of sailing the ship and keeping everybody on it safe.
Depends on the size of the ship and what it was doing - i.e. old-day commercial or modern pleasure? It's most usual for the captain to have his own cabin, however.
Captain Lee was steering the last time I went that route.
the was sailing ship titanic where to sailing was new york
William Bligh was the captain of the English ship 'Bounty', and while sailing to Tahiti to bring back breadfruit trees, the most famous mutiny in history took place.