The Canterbury Tales

What two things does the descripition of the skipper tell you about people in his occupation?

The author uses people in this poem to show general characteristics of profession

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We can see that people in his occupation do not live extravagantly. They don't wear the best silks or ride impressive horses. They don't mind stealing wine and are fierce fighters. After killing their opponents, they send them out to rot at sea.