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6.A man was talking to him self and said: "Never get out of the boat Unless you were going all the way."
(I don't get the meaning of bold part.)
It's an idiom
go all the way - definition of go all the way by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
all the way:
From beginning to end; completely:
drove all the way from Detroit to Pittsburgh.
PS If you need further clsrification, more context is needed, as Bhaisahab says.
Then after that the main character of the movie who had a mission to find a colonel who is accused for murder said to him self:" That's right, Never get out of the boat unless you were going all the way, Kurts (that colonel) got off the boat and split from the whole program."