navigated (part of speech: verb)
sailed (part of speech: verb)
- The bay of Berenice, for example, was for this reason known in ancient times as akathartos kolpos, and is still known as 'Foul Bay'; it can only be navigated with the greatest care by native pilots accustomed to the various aspects of the water, which in many places only just covers the treacherous reefs. - "Southern Arabia", Theodore Bent Mabel Bent.
- These appeared to be mere steps leading her sight farther and higher to the cloud- navigated sky, where rosy and golden effulgence betokened the sun and the east. - "The Call of the Canyon", Zane Grey.
- From the Shillook country to Khartoum the river is superb and can be navigated at all seasons. - "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.