boat en Inglés
v. travel by or sail in a boat; sail a boat; transport by boat
“And does the boat go directly from Suez to Bombay?” inquired Fix.
“The deal is agreed. Are you the master of the boat?”
Above all, he said, I must make sure I don’t miss the boat.
“No. I have missed the departure of the Carnatic, and I must be in Yokohama by the 14th, at the latest, to take the boat for San Francisco.”
“Yes, your honour; a pilot-boat, Number 43, the best in the flotilla.”
During the whole day, the boat scudded thus towards the north, carried on by monstrous waves, preserving always, fortunately, a speed equal to theirs.
And, while Fix nervous, feverish, and in a rage made his way to the pilot-boat, the others directed themselves to police headquarters in Hong Kong.
“Do you have a boat ready to depart?” demanded Mr Fogg.
“And when does the boat leave Shanghai?”
On disembarking from the boat, he offered his arm to the young woman, and conducted her towards a palanquin.