San Diego, San Barbara, Monterey, the bay of San Francisco, and the northern port of Bondago; all afford anchorage
for ships of the largest class.
Although he was utterly unable to stand erect or to navigate his body across the deck, he still magnanimously proffered his services to pilot the ship to a good and secure anchorage
Seen from the anchorage
or from a mile or so up the Bosporus, it is by far the handsomest city we have seen.
Gladly we would anchor, but the anchorage
They who had had no solidity or anchorage
before seemed to be attached to it somehow, and at once grown more substantial.
They clung to this anchorage
until the water resumed its proper direction, when they allowed the raft to drift on.
Once satisfied that they were unarmed, she set them to work cutting the cable which held the Kincaid to her anchorage
, for her bold plan was nothing less than to set the steamer adrift and float with her out into the open sea, there to trust to the mercy of the elements, which she was confident would be no more merciless than Nikolas Rokoff should he again capture her.
When it had come to within half a mile of the anchorage
of the Ithaca, and was about to enter the mouth of the harbor Sing Lee's eyes chanced to fall upon it.
They were the leading lights to the Berande anchorage
, and every night in the year they were so inspected and hung out.
Scrub of growth they were, expending the major portion of their meagre nourishment in their roots that crawled seaward through the insufficient sand for anchorage
against the prevailing gales.
My thoughts of suicide; my vision of the mother and daughter; my journey back to the metropolis, led by the apparition of the child; my voyage to Holland; my night anchorage
in the unknown sea--were these, so to speak, all pieces of the same morbid mental puzzle, all delusions from which I might wake at any moment, and find myself restored to my senses again in the hotel at London?
After dark, any time he's around, change your anchorage
and douse your riding light.
Early in the morning we entered the Bay of Islands, and being becalmed for some hours near the mouth, we did not reach the anchorage
till the middle of the day.
A skiff, however, lay beside the pier, with some seamen sleeping on the thwarts; this, as Ransome told me, was the brig's boat waiting for the captain; and about half a mile off, and all alone in the anchorage
, he showed me the Covenant herself.
Nothing clings like a suspicion in the mind of a conscientious young man that he has been allowing his heart to stray from its proper anchorage