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However, years ago he had known some crew members in some ships who had had two, and in one case three "wives" in different ports. At one time early in his career he had himself run to two girlfriends in different cities for a short period, although that was merely starting one relationship the afternoon before he advised the previous partner that the relationship was ended. However, in recent years that was not the case. "Wives expect some sort of support these days, and it is too expensive to make any sort of contribution for a "wife" you see for a maximum of perhaps one or two weeks per year. It is cheaper to ... er ... pay per hour." he said with a sideways look at my companions.
Dominika laughed. "Maybe if they learned to do their job properly they might not have to pay...they might even be able to arrange it so they could be paid for their efforts." I kept my face down. I didn't want him to catch my eye while we were on that subject. On the other hand, I wondered if this fit, healthy and apparently successful man might be attractive to my Ladies. I was still uncertain about my ability to provide what they needed throughout their lives, and while it would be complicated if any of them were interested in him, I felt I could not in fairness stand in the way of any such relationship. Of course he was married, but the next likely catch, or the one after that, might not be.

I cannot explain the response to that thought, but all three Ladies looked briefly but sharply at me and I felt as if I was being warned. I put the thought away from me for the time being, but knew I would have to return to it. Meanwhile the OoD had been on the phone, and as I looked back to him he was putting it down.

"Would you like to take the helm for a little while?" That was an opportunity I would never have again, and I could not turn it down. However, I didn't quite know what he meant. On the presumption that he had "had the helm" while we had been talking to him, it seemed that I was being invited to have the computer steer the ship for me as it had been for him up to now.

He saw my quizzical look and explained. "If I turn off the autopilot you can control the speed and direction yourself. There is nothing within fifty miles that you can hit, so just take the wheel and enjoy." He showed me the wheel, much smaller than in my memories of my schoolboy books of the sea, and the engine order telegraph, which was exactly as I would have expected. "Any direction you want, any speed except reverse." And he took a microphone and announced that there would be some testing, involving sudden changes of speed and direction, and for passengers and crew to take care.

I immediately rang for "Full Ahead", and both felt and watched the speed climb over a few minutes to almost 20 knots. When it settled just below that speed, I put on full right rudder...or what I thought might be full right rudder. The ship slowly turned into a wide circle, listing away from the turn so the slope added to the centrifugal force. I understood the need for the warning, and brought the helm back from the turn just as the OoD was giving me a warning look.

There was something very different I wanted to try. Once the ship was back moving in a straight line (and back heading roughly South), I brought the telegraph to "dead slow ahead", and waited for the speed to stabilize. After a few minutes it was just below two knots, and then I brought it back to "stop". The ship continued moving for a long time, but there was an uncanny silence on board. The gentle hum that had been so steady we had accustomed ourselves to it was now more noticeable by its absence than it had been by its presence. As we gradually coasted to a complete stop it felt as if time was coming to halt as well.

Eventually we were moving no longer. There was no noticeable motion at all. Now I could hear the gentle whoosh of a gentle breeze blowing past the open doorway to the bridge wing. "This is a complete stop?" I asked.

"Not quite, we would be drifting with the movement of the sea, but there

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