Sinbad sailed on a ship, not a boat. Her name was Chimera.
One of them was the 'Active'.
The MayFlower was the boat that bought the Puritans to the States(:
The sailors, Pilgrims, and Puritans sailed the Mayflower.
Puritans sailed to New England on wooden vessels for around two months.
Who sailed to the new world in the 1600s the pilgrims or Puritan
Christopher Columbus sailed a boat and Thomas Jefferson wrote on a piece of paper. The boat that Columbus sailed on sailed
The "Santa Maria de la Immaculada Concepcion" was the name of the flagship that Christopher Columbus sailed on his first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492.
both. you can say "he sailed a boat" in which it's transitive, the direct object being boat. or you can say "she sailed down the river" in which it's intransitive
Henry Hudson and his second ships name was half moon
The name of the boat the pilgrims sailed on from England to the United States was called the Mayflower.
The ship on which Charles Darwin sailed was the HMS Beagle, a Royal Naval two-masted, square-sailed sloop that was converted for survey.
On a boat from England.
He put it on a boat and sailed it
James Cook's first command was on the HMS Bark Endeavour.
the Matthew was the name of Cabot's boat when he went to Newfoundland
1628 The puritans landed, and in 1635 Roger William was expelled. (7 years)
she weaved the boat in which Odysseus sailed in
He captained the Santa Maria.
The Pilgrims sailed on the Mayflower.
The biggest boat sailed by columbus was the santa maria
He sailed through the ocean on a boat
he sailed on the Ovando voyage
he sailed on the mathew
I think the answer to the question is entirely dependant on knowing where the boat has sailed from....