Alluding to navigating waters free of hazards, such as rocks or other obstructions, this term was transferred to other activities in the early 1800s.Be on the verge of doing something illegal or improper, as in She was sailing pretty close to the wind when she called him a liar.There's no obligation to pull on ropes if you don't want to - but if you'd like to learn more about sailing, they would love to teach you. - come take the helm and tweak the sails as much as you like !Though they have provisional itineraries, they are always changeable according to the preferences of the group - and of course, the whims of the wind gods !
The smooth in this idiom alludes to calm waters, free from big waves or roughness, a usage dating from the late 1300s.
They won't make your beds or clean up your junk - although they may well serve up the gin n' tonics as you swing in a hammock!
They will however, teach you to sail if you wish; take you Greek dancing where the locals go, introduce you to the delights of Turkish baths - and sail you to some of the most beautiful and unspoiled spots still remaining in these waters....
The singles trips are as flexible and laid-back as possible; as fun and hedonistic as the islands themselves.
"Adventure" also applies to the sort of places you will sail.