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voyage

[′vȯi·əj]
(navigation)
The outward and homeward passage of a trip by sea.
A trip by sea.

Voyage

 

a trip or journey. In contemporary Russian the word “voyage” is usually used in a humorous or ironic sense.

What does it mean when you dream about a voyage?

Dreaming about a voyage could be a dream about changes that are taking place—or that one would like to see take place—in one’s life. Perhaps a voyage of discovery into oneself. Dream voyages can also be about new relationships or new projects. (See also Travel).

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After rebuilding Hokule'a with his crew members and deepening his study of voyaging under his mentor Piailug, Thompson completed the voyage to Tahiti in 1980.
She has also inspired a rebirth in voyaging in Hawaii and across Polynesia.
While the traditionally constructed Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hokule'a will cross oceans without the help of modern technology, a fully equipped escort canoe named Hikianalia will shadow the voyage for safety and communications.
knotty and suggestive textual cruxes dealing with metaphors of voyaging,
purposeful voyaging and a more open-ended vision of the voyage which