remaron
-they rowed
The word remaron is the preterite form of remar in the third person plural.
See the full remar conjugation

remar

Nuestros antepasados los barcos todavía remaron y en parte navegaron, Ahora tenemos los barcos más avanzados en el Rin.
Our ancestors the ships still rowed and partly sailed, We now have the most advanced ships on the Rhine.
El sábado, 16 de mayo, 500 kayaks y otros barcos remaron hacia la alta plataforma petrolera que se les cernía, y la enfrentaron.
On Saturday, May 16, 500 kayakers and other boaters rowed out and confronted the drilling rig that loomed stories above them.
Los mensajeros le trajeron el mensaje de que la casa de María aún seguía estando bajo vigilancia. Por consiguiente, cuando oscureció, los tres hombres que aguardaban subieron a su barca y lentamente remaron hacia la costa este del Mar de Galilea.
Messengers brought them word that Mary's house was still under surveillance; therefore, when it grew dark, the three waiting men entered their boat and slowly rowed away toward the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Unos mensajeros le trajeron la noticia de que la casa de María continuaba estando vigilada; por consiguiente, una vez que oscureció, los tres hombres que aguardaban subieron a su barca y remaron lentamente hacia la costa oriental del Mar de Galilea.
Messengers brought them word that Mary's house was still under surveillance; therefore, when it grew dark, the three waiting men entered their boat and slowly rowed away toward the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Los hombres subieron al bote y remaron mar afuera.
The men got into a dory and rowed out to sea.
Los marinos fondearon, se subieron a un bote y remaron hacia la playa.
The sailors dropped anchor, got into a boat and rowed toward the beach.
Remaron hacia el submarino y seis de ellos fueron obligados a subir a la cubierta del submarino.
They rowed towards the submarine and six of them were ordered to enter the submarine's deck.
Remaron el bote hacia la orilla, rezando por su supervivencia.
They rowed the boat toward shore, praying they would survive.
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