maiden voyage

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the first voyage of its kind

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Passengers on a maiden voyage can take advantage of perks that may not exist on future sailings.
I find it difficult to understand how it could be preparing for its maiden voyage.
The lyric content of Maiden Voyage traces the experiences and achievements of ordinary and extraordinary Australian women in historical and contemporary settings.
Inside the Maiden Voyage gallery there is an original first class luncheon menu dated April 14, 1912 - the fateful day the ship hit the iceberg - as well as the last letter ever written on board the vessel, which sold at auction recently for a record PS119,000.
This is a unique and very important maiden voyage that promotes responsible sustainability for shipping.
Andrew Moffat, chief executive officer at the Port of Tyne, said: "It's an exciting day to welcome the world's largest car carrier to the Port of Tyne on her maiden voyage.
Just last week, another international ocean liner, Caledonian Sky, also on its maiden voyage to the country, dropped anchor off Baclayon town.
There is something undeniably exciting about being one of the first guests aboard a brand new ship on one of its maiden voyages, the firm said.
Prior to the vessel's official maiden voyage, Princess Cruises is offering berths for two, two-night preview cruises from Southampton to the Channel Islands with a visit to St Peter Port, Guernsey.
Summary: The UAE is all set to welcome the world's largest container ship -- CMA CGM Marco Polo -- as it charts its maiden voyage across the Arabian Gulf in the New Year and makes Khorfakkan port her first call in the Middle East.
ONE of Scotland's most famous ships is looking for crew members and passengers from her maiden voyage to help mark her 65th birthday.
Australian billionaire orders Titanic replica from Chinese shipyard An Australian mining magnate has commissioned a Chinese shipyard to build a replica of the ill-fated Titanic, complete in every detail but equipped with modern technology to prevent a repeat of the original's fateful maiden voyage 100 years ago.
In truth, if that had happened on the real ship during its tragic maiden voyage, they'd be frozen stiff from the wind chill -- a combination of the 23 knots the ship was making that night a century ago and the biting Arctic chill coming down from the Davis Sea between Greenland and Canada's Labrador coast.
Pubs in the Head of Steam chain plan to serve 18 different brews from Saturday, commemorating the doomed ship's maiden voyage on its 100th anniversary.
A FLOATING restaurant has set sail on her maiden voyage along the Liverpool Canal.