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come aboard

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

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
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I had to go aboard to get some money," I remarked casually, as we drank, in the hope Nelson would take it as an explanation of why I had let him treat six consecutive times.
That's the 'Rajah,' and we will go aboard if we can.
When he presented himself to take and pay for his passage, it had been suggested to him that being an able seaman he might as well work it and save the money, but this piece of advice he very indignantly rejected: saying, 'He'd be damned but for once he'd go aboard ship, as a gentleman.
We can go aboard, get the child, and return without the slightest fear.
Her family, one of the wealthiest in Devonshire, cut up rough about it, and we eloped--are eloping rather, for on the day that you and I walked to the landing stage to go aboard this steamer she and her faithful servant, a negress, passed us, driving to the ship Morrow.
Livesey were seated together, finishing a quart of ale with a toast in it, before they should go aboard the schooner on a visit of inspection.
Hoylake promenade will be closed to traffic during the day and visitors can take the opportunity to go aboard the lifeboat and meet the crew at the station.
Most customers find it invasive for us to go aboard as their boats contain personal belongings.
With unsparing support from POSCO, the Pohang Steelers scouted the country`s first foreign player in 1983 and accepted advanced football techniques while making investments to provide good players with a chance to go aboard, and the club itself adopted an overseas advanced youth club system in 2003.
While being a successful nurse requires a combination of skills ranging from communication and hospitality to business acumen and clinical knowledge, the India has one of the most acute shortages of nurses in the developing world according to a report by the World Health Organisation nursing only to go aboard.
Rules say only three crew members should go aboard with the evacuated passengers.
The team go aboard the dead man's ship to try to pinpoint the source of the disease, but will they be able to stop the deadly outbreak from spreading to the city?
The naval gun and its ammunition have been selected to go aboard the U.
RICHARD HUGHES was cursing his luck after being left all dressed up with nowhere to go aboard fifth placed Nahoodh in the stanjames uk.
We'll select the best five to go aboard the boat for a full day's sailing in September, which will give them a real insight into what the Royal Navy is all about.