The steamer making the crossing from Yokohama to San Francisco belonged to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, and was named the General Grant.
Six months later the steamship Adhanoph ran on to rocks in the Gulf of Thenna.
Look at that steamship, it gives off black smoke.
Air balloons had not then been invented, nor steamships, nor railways.
A steamship is, without doubt, a city in itself.
We have booked two staterooms on the steamship.
1961-1969 Navigator, chief mate of sea captain of the Baltic Maritime Steamship Line, Sea Captain
A steamship called "The Pochard" will pick you up at dawn.
At the same time, the river fleet on the Danube was operated by the Soviet Danube Steamship Line under the supervision of the Ministry of Merchant Marine of the USSR.
Besides from New York there has arrived a steamship with 300 revolutionaries is Jews under management of Trotsky (Bronstein).
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