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sailboat

[′sāl‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
A boat fitted with one or more sails, and propelled by wind striking the sails.
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Fifty-two sail boats were registered for the race, running from a yacht club on San Francisco Bay to the islands and back, about 60 miles round trip, Read said.
And in case the rope broke and his sail boat started going away, we knew he could sail right back.
This report focuses on pleasure boat market, which includes inboard boat, sterndrive boat, outboard boat, sail boat and personal water craft.
by Staff Reporter Musandam-Oman Sail boat capsized off the coast of Canada during its Transatlantic crossing from Quebec, Canada to Saint Malo in France.
When crews arrived they discovered a 12-foot sail boat on the back of a trailer well ablaze.
The 40-foot J-120 sail boat owned by Frank Kern of Grosse Pointe and its crew of nine won on corrected time of 47 hours and actual elapsed time of 43 hours and 14 minutes after a breezy 12-knot start under sun-filled skies Saturday in Port Huron.
Greece: Greek authorities have arrested around 100 migrants without papers on a sail boat off the port of Astakos in the Ionian sea, harbour police said Wednesday.
The first standardized class of model sail boat was established in 1932.
This is similar to the way a sail boat would tack against the wind.
This report focuses on the pleasure boat market, which includes inboard boats, sterndrive boats, outboard boats, sail boat and personal water craft.
Alliaura and the Catamaran Company plan to introduce the electric Privilege 395 at the Miami Strictly Sail Boat Show in February.