Mr Ashraf went to sea
on Saturday for the first time in four days, following strong winds.
Putin, expected to easily win the March 14 election, went to sea
on board the giant Arkhangelsk submarine on Monday to observe missile launches and flights of strategic bombers.
The son of a Scottish gardener who lacked the social connections to land a commission in the Royal Navy, Jones went to sea
at age 13 as a lowly laborer, and quickly excelled as a seaman.
That doesn't explain why he wrote in the foreword: 'There cannot have been many, if any, women who went to sea
as radio officers in the Merchant Navy during the Second World War.'
He first went to sea
as an eighteen-year-old apprentice in 1553.
At fourteen he went to sea
. Two years later he jumped ship in San Francisco and set off on foot to his father's home in Guatemala--shades of Brancusi's legendary hike from Romania to Paris.
LIFEBOATMEN Paul Giles and Ivan Parker saluted the people of Coventry and Warwickshire as they went to sea
in a vessel many believed could not have been bought so quickly.
Other black colonists spoke Spanish, French, Dutch, or German, depending upon their location, and many went to sea
, as Jeffrey Bolster demonstrates in his new book Black Jacks: African American Seamen in the Age of Sail (1997).
Their mother moved with her sons to a farm, where Kendall remained until 1854, when he went to sea
with an uncle for two years.
After a few years of schooling he went to sea
as a cabin boy and from 1877 until 1886 he was in the merchant marine.
Although training schools existed for both officers and ratings, many still first went to sea
without previous training.