on shipboard

on shipboard

Aboard a ship. I always feel so sick when I'm on shipboard, even when the seas are calm.
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A SAILOR, bound on a long voyage, took with him a Monkey to amuse him while on shipboard.
The patriarch, impatient to be gone, took leave in the most tender manner of the governor and his other friends, recommended our voyage to the Blessed Virgin, and in the field, before we went on shipboard, made a short exhortation, so moving and pathetic, that it touched the hearts of all who heard it.
The Lady Arbella, looking paler than she did on shipboard, is sitting in her chair, and thinking mournfully of far-off England.
On shipboard he would be a sneak, a whiner, a tattler.
You yourself wait until the season for sailing is come, and then haul your swift ship down to the sea and stow a convenient cargo in it, so that you may bring home profit, even as your father and mine, foolish Perses, used to sail on shipboard because he lacked sufficient livelihood.
The data we gathered will help us close the book on shipboard developmental test.
Sabbagh began his career at Sperry in 1964, developing software intensive systems and the attendant product software for military and government customers, including work on shipboard and airborne navigation, land based and indirect fire control systems, shipboard combat systems, combat and weather radar systems and fingerprint identification systems.