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FIRST MANNED VOYAGE
AHAB
FAMOUS VOYAGE
CARNET
VOYAGE REPAIRS
GOOD VOYAGE
ROUND-THE-WORLD VOYAGE
HISTORIC VOYAGE
WHALING VOYAGE
HMS DISCOVERY
SEVENTH VOYAGE
VOYAGE ROUND
HOMEWARD VOYAGE
LONG SEA VOYAGE
EPIC VOYAGE
VOYAGE BACK
BLUE VOYAGE
LAST VOYAGE
EASTERN POLYNESIA
LONG VOYAGE
SPICE ISLANDS
FINAL VOYAGE
TITANIC
MAIDEN VOYAGE
ASWAN
ENDEAVOUR
REEF
ISTANBUL
STRAIT
REALIZING
LONGITUDE
HOMELAND
TRAVELLERS
MINDANAO
SERVANTS
INDIA
LAND
ACCOUNT
FIRST FLEET
FERDINAND MAGELLAN
SPAIN
GULF
APOLLO 11
PACIFIC OCEAN
LONDON
EDINBURGH
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Voyage"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The voyage was a huge economic success, the auction bringing in some 900,000 Swedish riksdaler.
  2. The voyage was an authorized expedition, counseled by President Brigham Young and his advisers in the early winter.
  3. The voyage was very tempestuous and Piccolomini vowed to walk, if spared, barefoot from the port of arrival to the nearest shrine of Our Lady. (Web site)
  4. The voyage was long and arduous, and the morale of the crews began to plummet. (Web site)
  5. The voyage was long and the crews grew less efficient and discontented.

First Manned Voyage

  1. Planetes (2003): The von Braun is the ship built to make the first manned voyage to the Jovian system. (Web site)

Ahab

  1. Ahab is the tyrannical captain of the Pequod who is driven by a monomaniacal desire to kill Moby-Dick, the whale that maimed him on his last whaling voyage.

Famous Voyage

  1. His fourth, last, and least successful musical was 1491, which told the story of Columbus's attempts to finance his famous voyage. (Web site)
  2. Ridley Scott's epic retelling of the famous voyage to America, with Gerard Depardieu as Christopher Columbus. (Web site)

Carnet

  1. And in CARNET DE VOYAGE, it's told beautifully.

Voyage Repairs

  1. From New York, Alliance proceeded to Boston, where the ship underwent voyage repairs into 1882.
  2. Bellerophon provided voyage repairs to "Magic Carpet" ships in the harbor during the strike.

Good Voyage

  1. After that Thorgerd put to sea and had a very good voyage, and arrived in Norway. (Web site)
  2. They had a good voyage, and made land in Norway; and Olaf's journey became very famous. (Web site)

Round-The-World Voyage

  1. In 1956 - 1957, the Duke took a round-the-world voyage on board the RY Britannia, visiting the remote islands of the Commonwealth.

Historic Voyage

  1. In 1742, Vitus Bering's men returned with sea otter pelts from the historic voyage of discovery of Alaska.

Whaling Voyage

  1. He had been on a whaling voyage with his father in the John Donaldson, and was always talking to me of his adventures in the South Pacific Ocean. (Web site)

Hms Discovery

  1. He also accompanied Cook on his third voyage (1776 - 1779), this time aboard Resolution's sister ship, HMS Discovery.

Seventh Voyage

  1. When Zheng He came back from his seventh voyage in 1433, he was sixty-two years old. (Web site)
  2. In popular culture In the fantasy film The Seventh Voyage on Sinbad, a colony of cyclopes inhabit the island of Colosa.

Voyage Round

  1. While Anson was pursuing his voyage round the world, Spain was mainly intent on the Italian policy of the king. (Web site)

Homeward Voyage

  1. When Troy was taken, in the tenth year of the war, his homeward voyage was the longest and most perilous.
  2. Ten years he spent at the siege, and ten on his homeward voyage, during which he met with the wonderful adventures that Homer describes in the Odyssey. (Web site)
  3. Having conversed with all these, we set sail for Circe's isle, and thence started again on our homeward voyage.

Long Sea Voyage

  1. The style originated in Britain in the 19th century, and had a high alcohol content and hopping rate, allowing it to survive the long sea voyage to India.
  2. There was no way to carry fresh milk on a long sea voyage without it spoiling.

Epic Voyage

  1. This was the challenge that led to the epic voyage of Jason and the Argonauts. (Web site)
  2. Before setting out on his epic voyage, Magellan bought 417 wineskins and 253 kegs of Sherry from these Genoese Merchants.
  3. Germany's China Squadron, including the Scharnhorst and Gneisnau, made an epic voyage across the Pacific to attack British forces in South America. (Web site)

Voyage Back

  1. Tragically, Bishop Rouchouze was lost at sea during his voyage back to the Hawaiian Islands. (Web site)
  2. On their voyage back to Iolcos, they encountered the perils of Scylla and Charybdis and the isle of the Sirens as well as Talos the bronze guardian of Crete.
  3. On July 21, after 21 hours and 36 minutes on the Moon, they lifted off to rendezvous with Collins and begin the voyage back to Earth. (Web site)

Blue Voyage

  1. Continuing on our Blue Voyage we fill our sails with wind and rounding Karaburun come to Bozukkale, some two and a half miles beyond.

Last Voyage

  1. Columbus discovered Little Cayman and Cayman Brac during his fourth and last voyage to the New World, on May 10, 1503.
  2. Benedict Arnold February 14: Captain James Cook dies on the Sandwich Islands on his third and last voyage.
  3. Xuan De was the fifth emperor of Ming dynasty that dispatched Zheng He for the last voyage (1431).

Eastern Polynesia

  1. Easter Island is in eastern Polynesia, and so is a more likely launch spot for a voyage to South America, the researchers say. (Web site)

Long Voyage

  1. The high gravity of the beer allowed it to mature during its long voyage from England to India and the high hop bitterness worked as a preservative.
  2. After a long voyage the ship is alongside at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney.
  3. When Columbus had his little ships fitted up for a long voyage across the Atlantic he had the remaining lateen yards changed to square yards, as I recall. (Web site)

Spice Islands

  1. Join your hosts, Dick and Leslie West, for our final voyage through the Spice Islands of Indonesia.
  2. His voyage in 1512 was the first known European sailing east past Malacca through Indonesia to its lucrative ' Spice Islands ' of Maluku.

Final Voyage

  1. The Cayman Islands were first sighted by Christopher Columbus on 10 May 1503 during his disastrous fourth and final voyage to the New World. (Web site)
  2. In a famous passage, Dante has Odysseus relate a different version of his final voyage and death from the one foreshadowed by Homer.
  3. In June 1776, Ledyard joined Captain James Cook 's third and final voyage as a British marine. (Web site)

Titanic

  1. On April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage and was considered to be the most luxurious ocean liner ever built.
  2. Walter Lord is best known for A Night to Remember, his book on the voyage of the Titanic. (Web site)

Maiden Voyage

  1. The maiden voyage of a ship, aircraft or other craft is the first journey made by the craft after shakedown.
  2. I have a gallery of images taken during the maiden voyage of the Southern Queen as a whaling factory ship in 1922-23 to the South Shetland Islands.
  3. On August 10, 1628, Captain Söfring Hansson ordered Vasa to set sail on her maiden voyage to the naval station at Älvsnabben.

Aswan

  1. The voyage from Aswan to Alexandria usually occupied between 21 and 28 days in favourable weather. (Web site)

Endeavour

  1. The Endeavour, his ship on this first voyage, would later lend its name to the Space Shuttle Endeavour, as well as the Endeavour River.
  2. The Endeavour later ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef, delaying the voyage for seven weeks while repairs were made. (Web site)
  3. Endeavour 's maiden voyage in May 1992 demonstrated the flexibility of shuttle astronauts and ground controllers to handle real-time problems.

Reef

  1. On her maiden voyage, under the command of Francisco Pelsaert, she was wrecked on a reef off the Australian westcoast.

Istanbul

  1. In the event of bad weather at Canakkale, vessels may be allowed to continue their voyage to Istanbul and undergo Sanitary Inspection there.

Strait

  1. In 1769 the Scottish geographer Alexander Dalrymple found Torres's report of this voyage in Manila, and it was he who named the strait after Torres.

Realizing

  1. Additionally, anyone who signed onto such a ship for a voyage and, upon realizing the danger, chose to leave the ship, could end up in jail. (Web site)

Longitude

  1. On his first voyage to the Pacific, 1768-1771, Captain James Cook did not carry a chronometer, and determined his longitude by lunar distances.

Homeland

  1. If so, it should be possible to identify the homeland from which the original migrants set sail in their voyage of discovery to the Mariana Islands. (Web site)

Travellers

  1. Yearly hundreds of thousands of travellers have made the voyage to visit Santa Claus himself and also to admire the beautiful winter landscape.

Mindanao

  1. In 1905, he and Mary made the voyage to Mindanao, where Joseph not only continued his missionary practice, but he also began a botanical study with his wife.

Servants

  1. LEADER As for us, henceforth will we be the servants of Bacchus, sharing the voyage of this hero Odysseus. (Web site)

India

  1. Vasco da Gama also visited Kannur during voyage of India.
  2. The limit was first calculated by Chandrasekhar in 1930 during his maiden voyage from India to Cambridge, England for his graduate studies. (Web site)
  3. We also know that these ships carried a new group of travellers making the long voyage between China and India. (Web site)

Land

  1. The initial point of departure for dead reckoning is usually the last fix the navigator obtains from objects on land at the start of a voyage.
  2. In this narrative the discovery is ascribed to Leif, the son of Eric the Red, who hit upon the land, by chance, during a voyage from Norway to Greenland. (Web site)
  3. After a probable arrival of Columbus to the coast of Monagas State during his third voyage in August 1498 many explorations were done to this land. (Web site)

Account

  1. This has been assumed to be the South Shetland Islands, but the account of the voyage is open to doubt.
  2. He also wrote the Indica, an account of the voyage by Alexander's fleet from India to the Persian Gulf under Nearchus. (Web site)

First Fleet

  1. The Second Fleet became known as the 'Death Fleet' - 278 of the convicts and crew died on the voyage to Australia, compared to only 48 on the First Fleet. (Web site)

Ferdinand Magellan

  1. Fernão de Magalhães, known in English as Ferdinand Magellan, on his voyage in 1519, was the first to bring the LMC into common Western knowledge. (Web site)
  2. The Tuamotus were first discovered by Ferdinand Magellan, during his circumglobal voyage in 1521.
  3. Ferdinand Magellan did it on his famous voyage in search of a westward route to the Moluccas (now Melaka).

Spain

  1. In defiance, Tanausu is said to have refused to eat during the voyage to Spain, and he died without seeing land again. (Web site)
  2. But compare the Voyage of Saint Brendan, and the Black Legend of the supposedly fanatical and cruel national character of Spain.
  3. The port of Palos de la Frontera, Spain, from which Columbus sailed on his first voyage to the New World in 1492.

Gulf

  1. Voyage out of the Gulf of Izmir around the Karaburun Peninsula to the Cesme Peninsula, a spit of land lapped by the waters of the Aegean Sea.

Apollo 11

  1. Apollo 11 was the fifth human spaceflight of the Apollo program, the third human voyage to the moon, and the first manned mission to land on the Moon. (Web site)
  2. This fantastic voyage was over and had revealed absolutely no reason why Apollo 11 could not negotiate the final few kilometers to the lunar surface. (Web site)

Pacific Ocean

  1. The return voyage across the Pacific Ocean was expected to take three months, with a stop at the Mariana Islands for fresh water and supplies. (Web site)

London

  1. Journal of a Voyage to, and Residence in, the Island of Jamaica from 1801 to 1805, London, 1839.
  2. However, of all Beethoven's teachers, Haydn enjoyed the greatest reputation having just returned from his first successful voyage to London.

Edinburgh

  1. On this voyage the City of Edinburgh lost her rudder, and limped into Valparaiso and thence to Lima where she was repaired. (Web site)

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