(The full meaning of this card is under construction. Selected quotes to follow.)
Ellershaw (see Sources) - "Moving out of stormy waters inter calmer times. Matters will improve and harmony restored. A journey over water." (Ellershaw, p. 219)
Weschcke and Slate - "Labor, work, journey by water.
"Success after anxiety and trouble. Selfishness, beauty, conceit, but sometimes modesty therewith, dominion, patience, labor, etc., according to dignity." (Weschcke and Slate, pp. 475-76)
Gearhart - "Upright: Retreat from Travail
"Retreat from temporary failure. Some attempt to change patriarchal structures or individuals has fallen into futility. The figure takes the child (herself) to a place of rest, having paid some boatman too high a price so she can gain quiet.
"Drawing back from some venture perhaps to catch one's breath, to retrench, or remake strategy. Political disappointment. A possible trip, taking the querent away from the source of travail.
"Responsibility for someone or some enterprise weaker than the querent." (Gearhart, p. 50)
Above illustration: Although the original credit was listed as The Glastonbury Tarot deck (Lisa Tenzin-Dolma), the card image above looks a lot like the Rider Waite deck's illustration for the Six of Swords (or one of Rider Waite's many variations). The original credit may have been a typo, and so I'll update this page after I find my old Glastonbury cards.