Verb > Disembark

Verb – Disembark

1 (no object) : to leave a ship or airplane

The plane’s crew members were the last ones to disembark.

Passengers disembarked (=debarked) from the ship.

— opposite EMBARK

2 (+ object) : to remove (something or someone) from a ship or airplane

They disembarked (=(more commonly) unloaded) the cargo at the dock.

disembarkation /dɪsˌɛmˌbɑɚˈkeɪʃən/ noun (noncount)