Embarkation

  • (noun): The act of passengers and crew getting aboard a ship or aircraft.
    Synonyms: boarding, embarkment

Some articles on embarkation, embarkations:

History Of Southampton - World War II (1939–1945) - D-Day and The Invasion of Europe
... Besides the embarkation of troops, Southampton was used for other purposes in the preparations for the Invasion of Europe ... The town centre, the docks, Woolston and Weston were part of Embarkation Area C5 ... sub-areas W, X, Y and Z then brought to the embarkation area to be loaded aboard the ships that were waiting there ...
Claude Lorrain - Selected Works
1639) Embarkation of Saint Paula Romana at Ostia (1639) The Embarkation of St ... and Procris reunited by Diana (1645) The Judgement of Paris (1645–46) Sunrise (1646–47) Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba (1648) Marriage of Isaac and Rebekah (1648 ...
4th Light Horse Brigade - History - Embarkation
... Subsequent embarkations of reinforcements occurred as and when sufficient recruits were gathered and prepared for movement to a war theatre ...
1st Light Horse Brigade - Embarkation
... Subsequent embarkations of reinforcements occurred as and when sufficient recruits were gathered and prepared for movement to a war theatre ...
Fort Mason - History
... During World War II, Fort Mason became the headquarters of the San Francisco Port of Embarkation, controlling a network of shipping facilities that spread across the Bay Area ... and in 1955 the San Francisco Port of Embarkation was renamed the U.S ... The embarkation operations continued through the early sixties ...