embarkation


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Synonyms for embarkation

the act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft

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The hurry, confusion, and excitement connected with the embarkation had scarcely subsided, when the Provincials were appalled by the work of their own hands The novelty and peculiarity of their situation could not but force itself upon the attention of even the unreflecting soldiery; stationed in the midst of a beautiful and fertile country, they suddenly found themselves without a foe to subdue, and without a population to protect.
He took the train that night for London, and five days after shook hands in farewell of his brothers at the port of embarkation.
Monseigneur, I believe you will find nowhere so much zeal and intelligence, so much real bravery, as in Raoul; but if he failed to arrange your embarkation, you would only meet the fate that you deserve.
I have not recorded the fidelity with which my warm- hearted little friend followed me to the place of embarkation when I sailed for Central America, or the noisy transport of joy with which he received me when we next met in London.
After embarkation of more container of frozen sea food from Gwadar Port , the ship proceeded to Jebel Ali Port.
After embarkation of more containers of frozen seafood from Gwadar Port, the ship proceeded to Jebel Ali Port.
Celebrity Cruises landed Large Best Embarkation and Best Public Rooms, along with Best for Families across all sizes, while Norwegian Spirit won the coveted Best Dining and Best for Value.
The stunning new ship, which features Kelly Hoppen interiors and the Magic Carpet - a movable deck cantilevered off the side of the ship which serves as a bar, restaurant and embarkation area - is arriving at her homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from St Nazaire a week early on November 21.
The Law will see each Party providing the other Partys ships with the same treatment afforded to their own vessels, which are engaged in global voyages, especially regarding free access to ports, the use of ports for loading, the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers, the payment of related fees and taxes and the use of navigational services.
He went on to say that this is due to complicated and costly logistics processes and operations, including both embarkation and unloading, mainly in ports.
Fabege AB (STO: FABG) on Tuesday announced the embarkation of a major redevelopment/extension project on a property in Sundbyberg,
The annual European Economic Contribution Report also lists Southampton as the number one embarkation and disembarkation port in Northern Europe.
After touching down, you'll be greeted by your airport representative, who will direct you to your VIP transfer to the embarkation port.
13 -- The embarkation taxi levied on travelers departing Sri Lanka will be slightly increased from US$ 25 to US$ 30 from January 1 next year in keeping with a Budget proposal.
According to a press release issued by the naval authorities, PNS Aslat reached al Mukallah port on April 2, but Yemeni authorities had restricted movement of people from the assembly point to the port for embarkation due to the fluid security situation in the city.