Chahda flashed by, and the bow wave lifted Rick and Scotty high into the air.
The destroyer J saw the bow wave of one at a distance of 1,500 yards and headed for it at a rapid speed.
They are often seen jumping clear of the water and habitually ride the bow wave of moving vessels.
Black smoke billows from our funnels, the bow wave rises higher, and now and again a cloud of spray swishes over our decks.
McKenzie sat quiet for a moment, until he heard the dull mutter of a bow wave outside and felt the slight rolling of the vessel.
As we drew nearer we could see by her bow wave that she had something more than sails to help her along: she had power.
Both species occur in large herds and often come to moving vessels to ride the bow wave.
The bow cut through the water, curling up a bow wave on each side that at times came into the boat.
They frequently come to the bow of a boat from considerable distances to ride in the bow wave and may ride for protracted periods.
It will not ride the bow wave and is very difficult to approach closely by boat.