Telemachus sails home with his invisible crew
Athena says 'hey Telemachus, get a move on. There's stuff going on here'. So he comes home.
... Cables cast off,
Telemachus shouted commands to all his shipmates:
'All lay hands to tackle!' They sprang to orders,
hoisting the pinewood mast, they stepped it firm
in its block amidships, lashed it fast with stays
and with braided rawhide halyards hauled the white sail high.
Now bright-eyed Athena sent them a stiff following wind
blustering out of a clear sky, gusting on so the ship
might run its course through the salt sea at top speed -
The Odyssey, Book 15: The Prince Sets Sail for Home. Fagles translation, lines 319 - 327.
And back home, Odysseus has decided to disguise himself and go back to his house, to see the Problem for himself.