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Page 10. " we came into Yarmouth Roads "

Yarmouth in Norfolk, was, in Defoe’s time, an important naval port.

Yarmouth Roads is the stretch of sea between Yarmouth and the offshore sandbanks. It was a popular shelter from storms, as the sandbanks protected ships from the worst of the weather.