1 Come aboard, come aboard; never mind about the papers.
2 A day or two passed, and there was great activity aboard the Pequod.
3 But in all vessels this broom business is the prescriptive province of the boys, if boys there be aboard.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContextHighlight In CHAPTER 54. The Town-Ho's Story.
4 Carpenter, when he's through with that buckle, tell him to forge a pair of steel shoulder-blades; there's a pedlar aboard with a crushing pack.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContextHighlight In CHAPTER 108. Ahab and the Carpenter.
5 It was now quite plain that he must be some abominable savage or other shipped aboard of a whaleman in the South Seas, and so landed in this Christian country.
6 To these questions they would answer, that he was getting better and better, and was expected aboard every day; meantime, the two captains, Peleg and Bildad, could attend to everything necessary to fit the vessel for the voyage.
7 There was some heathenish, coffin-coloured old lumber aboard, which, upon a long previous voyage, had been cut from the aboriginal groves of the Lackaday islands, and from these dark planks the coffin was recommended to be made.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContextHighlight In CHAPTER 110. Queequeg in His Coffin.
8 He at once resolved to accompany me to that island, ship aboard the same vessel, get into the same watch, the same boat, the same mess with me, in short to share my every hap; with both my hands in his, boldly dip into the Potluck of both worlds.
9 His necessities supplied, Derick departed; but he had not gained his ship's side, when whales were almost simultaneously raised from the mast-heads of both vessels; and so eager for the chase was Derick, that without pausing to put his oil-can and lamp-feeder aboard, he slewed round his boat and made after the leviathan lamp-feeders.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContextHighlight In CHAPTER 81. The Pequod Meets The Virgin.