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NEVER AT SEA (R6x48) 6C Set  4s, 5s & 6s on opposite sides John Haddow  1- 8 1s cross RH & cast to 2 nd  place, cross LH & cast to 3 rd  place while 6s cross RH & cast to 5 th  place, cross LH & cast to 4 th  place  9-16 1M+6L Prom hold dance reel of 3 with 4s (pass 4M LSh to start) while 6M+1L dance reel of 3 with 3s (pass 3M LSh) end 1s in 3 rd  place side by side facing up & 6s in 4 th  place facing down ready for:.. 17-24 1s & 6s dance reflection reels on sides dancing up/down between 3s/4s to start 25-32 1s+6s dance R&L ending with 1s facing up & 6s facing down 33-36 End couples cross RH while couple in 2 nd +3 rd  place also couple in 4 th +5 th  place dance ½ RH across & all (1 st +2 nd place, 3 rd +4 th place, 5 th +6 th place) change places LH on side 37-40 Repeat bars 33-36 40-44 Repeat bars 33-36 45-48 All turn partners RH  5 4 6 1 3 2 Dance 3 times to end 6 5 4 3 2 1 or 6 times to end 1 2 3 4 5 6
Devised by John Haddow for Lynn Edington’s 60th Birthday. Lynn was a meteorological officer in the Women’s Royal Naval Service (the “Wrens”). Their role, when founded in 1917, was to release men for sea service by taking over shore jobs, hence their original motto “Never At Sea”. It was not until 1990, after Lynn had left the Service, that Wrens became full operational members of the Royal Navy, able to go to sea as part of their service.