Re-embarkation - definition of re-embarkation by The Free Dictionary
the act of boarding a ship or aircraft again
re-embarkation [ˈriːˌembɑːˈkeɪʃən] N
→ reembarco m
n → Wiedereinschiffung f
References in periodicals archive
Main objective of this project is to develop an exclusive area for the transfer and re-embarkation
of fishing products to major international markets and subsequently decongest the central docks of the port to the increased activity.
Even if we plan to stay only for one hour and we will not pass the waiting room for the re-embarkation
to New Zealand, the inspection will be as hard as if we wanted to live here forever.
After the completion of said camp in Sri Lanka, the mission was furthered towards Indonesia after re-embarkation
in two ships from Gale port.