I Saw Three Ships

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I saw three ships come sailing in (Traditional)

B1: Ones lead down, turn and skip back up 8 ; separate, go round the twos as the twos move up 8. I like this as right hands joined for the lead down, and both hands joined promenade position for the lead back up. But I'm usually not too fussy about this. When cueing this for contra dancers at the Winter Solabration, for instance , I avoid the word "cast", since I don't want to get an assisted cast. These should be crossed-hands stars. As you come out of the left hand star, the first man and the new second woman are headed straight for each other, which helps with the progression.