All ashore that's going ashore

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Grün

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french france
Hi there!
Could anyone give me the french equivalent for the phrase "all ashore that's going ashore". I know it's an expression used in marine but I don't know exactly what it means.
Context: A man has just been hired as a deckhand on a lobster boat and he says it on jumping aboard.
Thanks
 
  • Suehil

    Medemod
    British English
    I don't know the French equivalent, but it is what is said when a ship is about to sail. Anyone who is not sailing with the ship has to go ashore immediately.
     

    Grün

    Member
    french france
    Ah thank you, things are much clearer to me now! I have an idea of translation, something like "Tous à bord, on lève l'ancre". Thanks
     
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