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embark to board a ship, esp. to begin a voyage. [1/4 definitions]
landfall a sighting or reaching of land after a voyage, esp. by sea, or the land thus seen or reached.
odyssey (cap.) the epic poem by the ancient Greek poet Homer recounting the adventures of Odysseus on his long voyage home from the Trojan Wars. [1/2 definitions]
passage to make a voyage or passage; cross. [1/9 definitions]
port of call a port where a ship regularly docks during the course of a longer voyage in order to load and unload passengers and cargo, make repairs, or the like.
reship to sign on for another voyage as a member of a ship's crew. [1/4 definitions]
sail a voyage or excursion made in a sailing vessel. [1/12 definitions]
set sail to start out on or as if on a sea voyage.
titanic (cap.) the White Star Line passenger steamship, acclaimed for its size, speed, and durability, that sank on April 15, 1912 after striking an iceberg on its maiden voyage, killing over 1,500 people. [1/4 definitions]
tramp to wander or voyage aimlessly, as a vagabond. [1/12 definitions]
trip a journey, voyage, or excursion. [1/18 definitions]