the idea and training of navigating, particularly the charting of a course for a ship or aircraft.
Travel or traffic by vessels, specifically commercial shipping.
the idea, practice and technology of charting a course for a ship, plane or a spaceship
Traffic or vacation by vessel, specially commercial delivery
The act of navigating; the work of moving on water in boats or other vessels; their state of being navigable.
The technology or art of performing vessels or vessels from one location to another, including, much more especially, the strategy of determining a ship's position, course, distance passed away over, etc., on the surface for the world, because of the principles of geometry and astronomy.
The handling of sails, rudder, etc.; the mechanics of traveling by-water; seamanship.
The act of navigating; the work of progressing liquid in vessels or any other vessels; sailing: as, the navigation of the northern seas; in addition, by expansion, the act of “sailing” through the atmosphere in a balloon (see aërial navigation, below).
The research or art of directing this course of vessels as they sail in one an element of the world to a different.
Ships in general; delivery.
An artificial waterway, or a part of a normal waterway that is made navigable; a canal. Also navvy. See navvy.
the work of a sailor
the guidance of ships or airplanes from location to place