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Sea legs is the ability to walk steadily on the deck of a boat or ship. The phrase is used as a metaphor for adjusting to living/travelling at sea.
Sea legs may also refer to:
- Illusion of motion felt on dry land after spending time at sea
- Sealegs, a brand of amphibious vehicle, capable of traversing land and water
- Sea Legs, brand name of antihistamine drug Meclozine
- "Sea Legs" (song), by The Shins on their 2007 album Wincing the Night Away
- "Sea Legs", a song from the English singer-songwriter Frank Turner's 2007 EP, The Real Damage
- "Sea Legs", a song from the American rap duo Run the Jewels' 2013 first album, Run the Jewels
- "Sea Legs", a song by Spirit Caravan on their 1999 album Jug Fulla Sun
- Sea Legs, an EP by Samantha Shelton
- Sea Legs (film), starring Jack Oakie and Lillian Roth
- Sea Legs, a 1937 Broadway musical
- Sea Legs, a 15-minute television documentary presented in 1974 by Grumman Aerospace Corporation in co-operation with the United States Navy, nowadays in the public domain (Naval History & Heritage Command, Photographic Section, UMO-11).
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