People might be surprised that during that period “maiden voyage,” one of your most well-loved standards, began as a TV jingle.
He had had his fair fraction in the form of a crowd of enthusiastic friends who came to see him off on his maiden voyage.
The Saturn was a brand-new ship, this being her maiden voyage.
Most of the debt is from the building of Artemis, and her maiden voyage won't have fetched enough to satisfy it.
But he did not volunteer to be one of those to man the Petrel on her maiden voyage.
As the Waterlily she was first known, and under that name sailed her maiden voyage in the opium-trade, and beat the record.
His maiden voyage as skipper of his own ship made that reputation for the man.
When the super-plane was ready for its maiden voyage, its crew of three studied it as it lay in the catapult at the portal.
July 2nd, 1910, the count and four assistants in the cars, started on the maiden voyage.
He has made it a custom to be a passenger on the maiden voyage of every new ship built by the White Star Line.