Notice the word “immediately.” The disciples received Jesus into the boat, and immediately the boat was at their destination. As the writer of the last Gospel, John did not repeat all the details of the other Gospels but added new information, and this important detail had been overlooked. Apparently, the other writers just saw Jesus as stopping the wind and calming the elements. However, as Jesus stepped into the boat, it was at land—immediately. This incident shows his control of the elements (as does his walking on the sea). It also has an antitypical fulfillment (as does the earlier incident where he was asleep in the boat during the storm).