come aboard

come aboard

To board a ship or boat. Once the boat docks, you can come aboard.
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come aboard

 and go aboard
to get onto a boat or ship. Please come aboard. We are shoving off now. Please ask everyone to go aboard.
See also: aboard, come
References in classic literature ?
Not enough to speak of --two islanders, that's all; --but come aboard, old hearty, come along.
Throw down your arms and come aboard us," I cried, "and you shall not be harmed.
Ian thought 16-year-old Jordan, not the biggest of lads, had just hooked into a good-sized mackerel or cod and was struggling bringing it in, until he looked over the gunwales and saw a cracking pollock, which when weighed was found to be the biggest fish to come aboard Ian's boat at a meaty 11lb.
What to Do When Land-Based Firefighters Come Aboard Your Vessel Wednesday 3:30PM - 5:00PM There is a fire aboard your vessel while in port and the local land-based fire department is coming aboard.