Ahoy or Ahoj may refer to:

  • Ahoy! (magazine)
  • Ahoy (greeting)
  • Ahoy Rotterdam, an indoor sports arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Australian Humanist of the Year, an award
  • Ahoj, an area in Nové Mesto, Bratislava

Other articles related to "ahoy":

Ship Ahoy (album) - Songs and Music
... The songs on Ship Ahoy balance the romantic with the politically and socially conscious ... possible to be thoughtful and articulate without losing your funk." The album's title song, "Ship Ahoy," was built around the theme of African captives being transported in a slave ship as part of ... unlike the seminal work by Haley, "Ship Ahoy" is a hopeless, ominous song that offers "no sense that things are going to work out fine." In its 1974 review of the album, The New York Times characterized the ...
Chips Ahoy! - Varieties
... Reduced Fat Chips Ahoy! Chips Ahoy! Chewy (Red Package known in Canada as Chewy Chips Ahoy! or Biscuits Tendres aux Pépites de chocolat de M ... Christie) Chips Ahoy! Chewy Gooey Chocofudge (Red Package) Chips Ahoy! American Summer (Blue Plad Package) Mini Chips Ahoy! (also available in Snack Packs) Candy Blast Chips ... Pecan Chunks Ahoy Almond Chunks Ahoy Chips Ahoy! Orange and Chips Ahoy! Coffee Maxwell House (China only) Limited Edition Chunky Chunks Ahoy! with Dark Chunks ...
Ship Ahoy (album)
... Ship Ahoy is a rhythm and blues album by Philadelphia soul group The O'Jays, released on November 10, 1973 on Philadelphia International Records ... Put Your Hands Together." Conceived as a theme album built around the title track, Ship Ahoy includes socially relevant tracks and love songs under a ... Ship Ahoy was the highest selling R B album on the Billboard Year-End chart for 1974 ...
Ahoy Rotterdam - History
... The basis of the present Ahoy was laid in 1950 ... To mark the occasion, the Rotterdam Ahoy! exhibition was held in a purpose-built hall on the site where the medical faculty of the Erasmus University now stands ... The exhibition hall was called the Ahoy'-Hal ...
Any Old Port In A Storm
... But e'en as he gazed, he cried, "There's land on the starboard side, Ship ahoy!— Ship ahoy!" Chorus Any old port in a storm lads Whatever that port may be ... for me." Then in the embrace of death, He sang with his failing breath, "Ship ahoy!— Ship ahoy!" (Chorus) ...