Telemachus on the ship
Telemachus tries to solve the Suitor Problem by chairing a meeting and telling them to leave. They laugh and tell him to go off and play, because who said he'd be Chair anyway? and he didn't even email the agenda first. So he decides to run away, without telling anyone, and find out more about his father.
He led them back
and the men fell in and fetched down all the stores
and stowed them briskly, deep in the well-ribbed holds
as Odysseus' son directed. Telemachus climbed aboard.
Athena led the way, assuming the pilot's seat
reserved astern, and he sat close beside her.
Cables cast off, the crew swung to oarlocks.
Bright-eyed Athena sent them a stiff following wind
rippling out of the west, ruffling over the wine-dark sea ...
The Odyssey, Book 2: Telemachus Sets Sail. Fagles translation, lines 455 - 462.
And off he goes on his first visit.