'Ship' in the Bible
Then the Lord will make you return to Egypt by ship, over a route I said to you that you would never see again. There you will sell yourselves to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no one will buy you."
the way of an eagle in the sky, the way of a snake on a rock, the way of a ship in the sea, and the way of a man with a woman.
Instead, Jonah immediately headed off to Tarshish to escape from the commission of the Lord. He traveled to Joppa and found a merchant ship heading to Tarshish. So he paid the fare and went aboard it to go with them to Tarshish far away from the Lord.
But the Lord hurled a powerful wind on the sea. Such a violent tempest arose on the sea that the ship threatened to break up!
The sailors were so afraid that each cried out to his own god and they flung the ship's cargo overboard to make the ship lighter. Jonah, meanwhile, had gone down into the hold below deck, had lain down, and was sound asleep.
We went on ahead to the ship and put out to sea for Assos, intending to take Paul aboard there, for he had arranged it this way. He himself was intending to go there by land.
especially saddened by what he had said, that they were not going to see him again. Then they accompanied him to the ship.
We found a ship crossing over to Phoenicia, went aboard, and put out to sea.
After we sighted Cyprus and left it behind on our port side, we sailed on to Syria and put in at Tyre, because the ship was to unload its cargo there.
we said farewell to one another. Then we went aboard the ship, and they returned to their own homes.
We went on board a ship from Adramyttium that was about to sail to various ports along the coast of the province of Asia and put out to sea, accompanied by Aristarchus, a Macedonian from Thessalonica.
There the centurion found a ship from Alexandria sailing for Italy, and he put us aboard it.
"Men, I can see the voyage is going to end in disaster and great loss not only of the cargo and the ship, but also of our lives."
When the ship was caught in it and could not head into the wind, we gave way to it and were driven along.
After the crew had hoisted it aboard, they used supports to undergird the ship. Fearing they would run aground on the Syrtis, they lowered the sea anchor, thus letting themselves be driven along.
And now I advise you to keep up your courage, for there will be no loss of life among you, but only the ship will be lost.
Then when the sailors tried to escape from the ship and were lowering the ship's boat into the sea, pretending that they were going to put out anchors from the bow,
Paul said to the centurion and the soldiers, "Unless these men stay with the ship, you cannot be saved."
(We were in all two hundred seventy-six persons on the ship.)
When they had eaten enough to be satisfied, they lightened the ship by throwing the wheat into the sea.
When day came, they did not recognize the land, but they noticed a bay with a beach, where they decided to run the ship aground if they could.
But they encountered a patch of crosscurrents and ran the ship aground; the bow stuck fast and could not be moved, but the stern was being broken up by the force of the waves.
and the rest were to follow, some on planks and some on pieces of the ship. And in this way all were brought safely to land.
After three months we put out to sea in an Alexandrian ship that had wintered at the island and had the "Heavenly Twins" as its figurehead.