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Synonyms for voyage

Synonyms for voyage

a journey undertaken with a specific objective

Synonyms for voyage

an act of traveling by water

a journey to some distant place

travel on water propelled by wind or by other means

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Our voyaging is only great-circle sailing, and the doctors prescribe for diseases of the skin merely.
But, since you say that you were voyaging to Japan for your health, I can assure you that it will improve no better anywhere than aboard the Ghost.
He was a fisher that had lost his boat, and thus been driven to the deep-sea voyaging.
As president of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, Thompson will oversee hundreds of crew members as they take turns sailing more than 45,000 nautical miles to visit 26 countries.
But that changed when he joined the Polynesian Voyaging Society, where he helped build, and eventually sail, a traditional transoceanic canoe and learned how ancient wayfinders navigated the Pacific using only the stars and natural elements.
The main character is a young adolescent named Finn who tells of stowing away on board Leif Ericsson's boat, the Sea Sword, that was voyaging to the lands to the west where Finn's father and his ship had disappeared.
contradictory responses to voyaging in the work of Spenser, Marlowe,