To set sail

Related to To set sail: Sailable, sailed through
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I was able to set sail for my destination on the next day.
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seven Not only do they already have 14 ships currently sailing the world's oceans, they also have two more due to set sail on their maiden voyage in the next 12 months, and seven more due before 2026.
President Duterte on Thursday said that he was planning to set sail for the Philippine Rise next week in order to assert the country's sovereignty over the area.
A DOUBLE amputee is preparing to set sail on a global adventure after fearing he would never walk again.
HUNDREDS of passengers have fallen ill after an outbreak of norovirus on a cruise ship which is due to set sail from Tyneside this month.
Two year nine pupils are being offered the chance to set sail on a tall ship in a project run by the Wirral Safer Schools Partnership and The Tall Ships Youth Trust.
Taiwan's Central News Agency said that port authorities kept the vessel on which they planned to set sail despite the activists' claim that they planned to go fishing and not to protest at the Senkakus, called Diaoyu in China and Tiaoyutai in Taiwan.
PROUD VESSEL The Titanic HAPPY BAND Ready to set sail SKIPPER James Allan TOP CLASS Posh passenger DEPARTURE MS Balmoral leaves port FIRST CLASS The Crocker-Dearings and, below, other passengers on the decks
The MV Dignite/Al Karama, which left Greek waters early Tuesday, was heading slowly toward Gaza, a spokesman for the French Boat to Gaza campaign told AFP, saying they had not yet given up hope they would be joined by others from the ill-fated Freedom Flotilla which had been due to set sail last week.
The flotilla had been due to set sail last week but was hit by a wave of administrative obstacles which organisers have blamed on political pressure coming from Israel.
The "Dignite al Karama" is so far the only boat in a planned flotilla organized by pro-Palestinian activists to set sail from Greece, after the authorities there blocked other vessels from leaving the Athenian port, Piraeus.