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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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The sail boat is made for experienced users, eager to navigate on a very powerful, elegant, and easy to control sail boat," stated a spokesperson for R.
This is recognized as one of the most challenging and exciting sail boat races in the world on one of the most unpredictable bodies of water in the world," said Jim Schebil, president, Chrysler Jeep Superstores Advertising Association, a group of 39 independently owned Chrysler Jeep Superstores in Southeast Michigan.
Dennis Conner has earned a reputation for unrivaled expertise in sail boat racing and as America's most famous sailor will help us position our products appropriately and positively," added Goadby.
In most cases a simple sail boat will do, but you need to have the right equipment to get to your destination.
Some 136,000 people in Yorkshire took to the water in a canoe in 2014 with power boating and small sail boat racing also popular.
is located in busy harbor & sail boat area w/minimal competition.
NAVY'S first ever team of women sailors is beginning to get shape as lieutenant commander Shweta Kapur has started the race from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro on board sail boat Mhadei.
By Chris Johns EDITOR'S PA and SUN-LOVER MORNING I'd wake in time to see the sun rise on the temple of Abu Simbel in Egypt and have breakfast in a felucca - a traditional sail boat - on the banks of the River Nile.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jumada I 23, 1433, Apr 15, 2012, SPA - A sail boat carrying eight crew members ran aground during a race off San Francisco Saturday, killing one person and leaving four others missing, the U.
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.
One of the first things we did was put him in a sail boat and teach him how to sail, so that everything would be realistic," said producer Vince Landay.
The result is a beautiful presented tale of a young man's remarkable journey through the deepest, greatest bodies of water in a small sail boat.