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embark for (some place)

To depart for a particular destination, as on some mode of transportation. Do you know when Karen embarks for Rome? I want to see her before she leaves.
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embark on (something)

1. To begin a particular journey or trip, as on some mode of transportation. Do you know when Karen embarks on her trip for Rome? I want to see her before she leaves.
2. By extension, to begin any course of action. I want to go back to school for a business degree, and I plan to embark on that process this fall.
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embark for (some place)

to leave for some place, usually in a ship or an airplane. We are embarking for Denver tomorrow morning. Maria is embarking for Honolulu in just a few minutes.
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embark on something

1. . Lit. to begin a journey by boarding a ship, airplane, etc. They embarked on their journey from San Juan.
2. Fig. to begin a project; to begin any process. When will you embark on your new project?
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By enhancing the ease, comfort and speed of embarkation day logistics, our guests get instant access to the ship and can enjoy the luxury of the Crystal Experience all the sooner.
However, prior to the revolt against Libyan leader that broke out in February, Libya was a favorite point of embarkation for people seeking a better life in Europe.
Nabi Ebrahim, Counsellor of Bahrain to Col Saleem Zia, Commandant Embarkation HQrs Karachi.
It will allow departing passengers to check in at the station of embarkation.
He recalls basic training, battle training in earnerst, final embarkation for active service, Pusan and beyond, creature comforts, Christmas at the front, the prisoners and a prelude to spring, porters and poetry, Hill 355 and a true thunderbox, rest and recuperation leave in Tokyo, and other matters.
Reviving a signature tradition from the early days of cruising, Princess Cruises is debuting an innovative, new programme giving passengers the opportunity to invite their friends and family aboard their ship on embarkation day to wish them 'bon voyage' and get a taste of the onboard experience.
located approximately 25 miles southwest of Miami, was established as one of two aerial ports of embarkation for the relief efforts, serving as a staging area for Air Force, Marine, Navy and Coast Guard troops, equipment and supplies to be flown into Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The Centre has also added Ranchi and Mangalore as new embarkation points.
The Mariner Boating package for CYCA members also includes the airfare to Vancouver and a night's accommodation in Vancouver before embarkation.
5 provides the tactics, techniques, and procedures that form the foundation for building a unit embarkation program and establishes Navy standards for the tactical-level preparation of personnel, supplies, and equipment for unit movement.
The facility has a security check area and four departure screening counters, enabling passengers to do embarkation procedures directly without passing through domestic flight exits, the airport operator said.
The 841st Transportation Terminal Battalion, an active duty Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) unit, provided command and control of Task Force operations at the Seaport of Embarkation (Ocean Terminal, Savannah, GA).
Changi International Airport is checking operational procedures such as safety and passenger embarkation and disembarkation before the 555-seat superjumbo is handed over for its inaugural flight.
A passenger service counter is even being constructed for the company within the terminal to replace its current passenger embarkation setup, currently located in the company hangar.