And when in many days we sailed slowly, and scarcely came against Cnidus, for the wind hindered us [And when many days we sailed slowly, and scarcely came against Cnidus, the wind forbidding us], we sailed to Crete, beside Salmone.
And scarcely we sailed beside, and came into a place [And scarcely we beside sailing, came into some place], that is called of good haven, to whom the city Lasea was nigh.
And when much time was passed, and when sailing then was not secure [and when now sailing was not secure], for that fasting was passed, Paul comforted them,
and said to them, Men, I see that sailing beginneth to be with wrong and much harm, not only of the charge and of the ship [not only of charge and ship], but also of our lives.
But the centurion believed more to the governor, and to the lord of the ship, than to these things that were said of Paul.
And when the haven was not able to dwell in winter, full many ordained counsel to sail from thence, if on any manner they might come to Phenice, to dwell in winter at the haven of Crete [+And when the haven was not able to dwell in winter, full many ordained counsel to sail thence, if in any manner they might come to Phenice, to wintern in the haven of Crete], which beholdeth to Africa, or south west, and to Corum, or north west.
And when the south blew, they guessed them to hold purpose; and when they had removed from Assos, they sailed to Crete. [Soothly the south blowing, they guessing them to hold purpose, when they had taken up from Assos, sailed to Crete.]