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“Basil Brown-Oh, well, that’s a ship that’s been buried in the mound.
Robert Pretty-Why would anyone want to bury a ship?
Basil Brown-Well, I expect because that’s a grave.
Robert Pretty-Whose grave?
Basil Brown-Well, I’d expect this is a grave of a great man. A warrior. Or a king.”
“They're not your crew any more. They belong to the ship.”
“I spent my whole life, my entire fortune, building this ship. I'll be damned if I'm gonna lose it to a bunch of pencil-necked bankers.”
“- John Bigalow: I've had a few ships shot out from under me. More than my share. Three in the 1914-18 fracas, and two in 39-45. But all anybody ever asks me about is the Titanic.
- Dirk Pitt: And now I'm doing the same thing.
- John Bigalow: And you're lucky you came to the right man!”
“A ship can't be happy unless she's efficient and she certainly won't be efficient unless she's happy.”
“- Miller: What are you telling me, that this ship is alive?
- Lt. Starck: You wanted an answer, and it's the only one I've got.”
“You will clean up this ship and yourselves!”
“Final report of the vessel Prometheus. The ship and her entire crew are gone. If you're receiving this transmission, make no attempt to come to its point of origin. There is only death here now, and I'm leaving it behind. It is New Year's Day, the year of our Lord, 2094. My name is Elisabeth Shaw, last survivor of the Prometheus. And I am still...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Q: It always makes me feel a bit melancholy. Grand old war ship, being ignominiously haunted away to scrap... The inevitability of time, don't you think? What do you see?
- James Bond: A bloody big ship. Excuse me.”
“You're measuring the stars, not giving the sky a high five.”
“Oh, God, I wish you'd been there. It was a machine. It was a machine, but it was alive. It was like a... like a dance of light. Please. You have to trust me. Now, I don't think they mean us any harm. I don't know how I know that. It's just... a feeling.”
“We no take gasoline, we no take the airplane. We take steamship. And that, friends, is how we fly across the ocean.”
“On the clearest of nights, when the winds of the Etherium were calm and peaceful, the great merchant ships, with their cargos of Arcturian solar crystals, felt safe and secure. Little did they suspect that they were persued by... pirates. And the most feared of all these pirates was the notorious Captain Nathaniel Flint.”