What is the difference between a voyage and a passage?

A voyage extends from berth to berth. Passage (or “sea passage”) is the phase of a voyage between the seaward limits of pilotage waters at the ports or places of departure and destination, usually denoted by “Full away on passage” and “End of passage” entries in a bridge movement book.

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