Fiddlers Green

What does "Fiddlers Green" mean?

Today it means: Sailors Heaven

Sailors who die ashore are said to go to "Fiddlers Green" where the rum flows and their fallen shipmates are waiting and there joy, happiness and laughter. This term is also used by Cavalry Regiments for the same thing.

See also: Davy Jones Locker  and: Deep six  and: All sewn up

By SailingQuiz November 2019   Category: Nautical Saying              



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