Battleships are getting more and more advanced as we know it, but everything we know about the battleship still remains the same. There is always a captain who is supposed to know the ocean very well. If the captain doesn’t know the ocean, he risks losing the entire battleship.
Captains make all of the orders that are necessary to keep the battleship on course. If those orders aren’t executed properly, there could be dire consequences. A battleship lost in sea is a battleship destined to be forgotten about.
The captain has the most authority and power on the battleship. However, the crew are the ones who carry out the captain’s orders. Without the crew, the battleship cannot function properly. One crew member can sabotage the entire course of a battleship.
A captain who does not get along with his crew could possibly get mutinized. Even if the captain finds a new river and names it after himself, he is still in risk of mutiny if he does not get along with his crew.
The captain cannot make the battleship function properly. Instead, it is the crew who gets orders from the captain that allow the battleship to function properly. The captain and crew cannot live without each other. The captain has his expertise of the ocean and can effectively give out orders to the crew. However, the captain cannot do the work of a hundred men which is why he needs the crew.