Most likely - at some point in the water one crosses an international or country border much the same as happens on land.
Yes. A passport is not necessary to travel between Ireland and Britain.
Ireland is west of England. Sailing from England to Ireland is relatively short, though it will depend on where you are sailing from in England and where you are sailing to. Depending on that it could take anything from a few hours to a few days. If you are sailing using an actual sailboat, this would be longer than if using a boat with an engine. There are scheduled sailings between England and Ireland by ferry, and more commonly from Wales to Ireland, as Wales is closer than England.
Having been made at Belfast city in Ireland, it sailed to Southampton in England where it departed for USA .
Southampton, England, with a first stop in Cherbourg, France, and a second stop in Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland
Approx. 8 hours from Birkenhead to Belfast and same time from Fleetwood to Larne. Both locations operate a day sailing and night sailing.
Titanic had been in ports in England, France and Ireland before sailing the ocean.
it was sailing to new york from Ireland
If you are sailing within the US, no.
Titanic was sailing from Southhampton in England to New York.
The Titanic struck an iceberg and sank during its maiden voyage. It sailed from Belfast, Northern Ireland, calling at Southampton, England, Cherbourg, France, and Cork, Ireland before sailing to New York.
Southampton England to New York, NY, USA
I'm sailing on friends sailboat and will not go ashore in Bahamas. Do I still need a passport?
he wrote it after sailing to UK
the poem was written after sailing to England
Travelers from the USA who are flying or sailing alwaysneed a passport, regardless of where they travel to.
Yes you will need a passport if the sailing is after June 2009. But if you are traveling before that you can still use your birth certificate.
Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is on the south coast of England, and will host Sailing and Paralympic Sailing.
surfing,sailing & diving
After leaving its first port of Southampton, England, the Titanic arrived in Cherbourg, France and then later Queenstown, Ireland, before sailing towards New York City, where it never arrived.
Vikings originated in the three Scandinavian countries:Denmark (sailing mainly to England, France)Norway (sailing to mainly Ireland and Scotland)Sweden (sailing to mainly Russia and all the way to Constantinople)However it is important to understamd that there were a lot of Swedish vikings who also sailed to England and France for instance, aswell as there were vikings from for instance Norway who sailed to Russia and Constantinople-The Vikings were from Denmark, Norway and Sweden and settled in parts of Finland, France, Iceland, Greenland and England.The Vikings were originally referred to as Norsemen which are from Denmark, Norway and SwedenScandinavia
Ireland is an island, so like all people coming to Ireland at that time, they came by sailing to Ireland.