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Benjamin Morrell
... captain and explorer who between 1823 and 1831 made a series of voyages, mainly to the Southern Ocean and the Pacific Islands, which are recorded in a ... In 1823 he took Wasp for an extended voyage into subantarctic waters, and it was from this first voyage of a sequence of four that much of the controversy surrounding his reputation developed ... His subsequent three voyages, in different ships, were less contentious, although his descriptions of various incidents have been dismissed as fanciful or absurd ...
Silversea Cruises - Personalized Voyages
... Silversea provides its guests an option called Personalized Voyages, a cruise industry first ... own embarkation and disembarkation ports, essentially allowing them to create their own voyages ...
Sea Witch (clipper) - Voyages
... Later in the 1850s the Sea Witch physically deteriorated and her place in the fast-freight trade was taken over by newer vessels ... The aging clipper ship was reassigned to serve as a steerage vessel carrying immigrants to the Western Hemisphere ...
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation
... and inspiring people on adventurous ocean voyages ... Voyages on Leeuwin II are designed to assist and educate people, develop Australia's youth and the wider community in terms of leadership, team skills, community spirit and environmental ... The Foundation offers adventurous voyages along the Western Australia coast between Esperance and Darwin ...
Voyages - Other Uses
... The Voyage (roller coaster), a roller coaster at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, U.S ... Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne, a 2005 PC game Voyage 200, a calculator from Texas Instruments Voyages Hotels Resorts, an Australian company Voyages-sncf ...

Famous quotes containing the word voyages:

    Space—the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.
    Gene Roddenberry (1921–1991)