Why it's matter, chapter 1
Small boat wobbled on the mirror of the endless ocean. Swaying by the whisper of waves, she drifted from horizon to horizon , slowly trying to find her shelter. Tintin was lying on his back watching cloudy sky. Keel pitching makes him feel asleep all the time. That’s why he had moved his hammock every time ship changes direction – that way he has better sleeping for all the night and better living for all the day. This specious was noticed by captain for a long time ago, that’s him who was moved boy’s hammock for the first time, just like his own. But, despite he was a sailor longer then Tintin ever lived, Haddock still was sick every time when it was keel pitching. Tintin didn't know about that, but he do now, remembering captain's cold hands, when he has woken in the middle of the night and going somewhere, holding on to the wall; and when he turned back in their comfy hammock and hug him again gently, hoped boy was still sleeping and doesn't notice a thing.