maiden voyage

  1. the first voyage of its kind
    in 1912 the ocean liner Titanic sank on its maiden voyage
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  • It was April 10, 1912, and in less than an hour the most majestic ship to ever grace the seas would begin her historical maiden voyage.
  • Bearing all that in mind, it would be a real shipwreck for an overwrought orchestrator to take the graceful skiff depicted on the cover of "Maiden Voyage" and overinflate it into a bulky ocean liner. Piano Perspectives, Visions of Vaudeville
  • Nokia's maiden voyage into the world of video cell phones comes in the form of a rather bulky, though not entirely unstylish MMS-equipped model, the 7650.
  • In other news I know you are all sitting on the edge of your seat in anticipation of the Kerry aka K-Mac maiden voyage post.
  • The maiden voyage sold out in 29 minutes and 14 seconds. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, another new ship's maiden voyage has been announced. The Sun
  • The throwers at the airport will destroy the virgin surface of your case on its maiden voyage with special clawed scratching tools they reserve solely for this purpose - or at least, that's how it feels when you get it back.
  • Meanwhile, another new ship's maiden voyage has been announced. The Sun
  • Our maiden voyage was a bumpy one, as the komatik squeaked and its rickety wind shelter jiggled for the four-hour ride along the ice-covered surface of the inlet. In the Arctic, Sleeping Soundly
  • A letter written by a Titanic passenger who left the ship before it foundered on its maiden voyage was sold for £13,000 at a Yorkshire auction yesterday.
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