[ US /ˈseɪɫˌboʊt/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlbə‍ʊt/ ]
  1. a small sailing vessel; usually with a single mast
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How To Use sailboat In A Sentence

  • One of Egypt's top-ranking admirals would be participating in sailboat races on the Nile River the same day.
  • With their secluded anchorages and bights, Anacapa and the other Channel Islands fairly beckon sailboat skippers.
  • They found that there were places where people were camping along the shores, and there were numerous sailboats, kayaks, and canoes out in the aquamarine water.
  • Back in the late 1970's I was at sea during a terrible storm in which several ships, including sailboats in the Fastnet Race, were lost.
  • The sailboat swayed on the stormy sea.
  • We ate one meal down on the waterfront, and as we ate, we watched the ferried zip back and forth, and sailboats go by, and a parasailor thing, and then we saw Mt. Rainier, and then a full moon came up! Readersguide Diary Entry
  • You'd have had a hard time today in a sailboat, finding and keeping the wind, and what wind you did manage to catch would have been exceeding wet.
  • The present invention relates to light dropkeel sailboats in which the transverse balance of the boat is controlled.
  • There was every kind from little boats to huge cargo ships, from dilapidated sailboats to magnificent barges.
  • Assuming that your question is not rhetorical: a tiller is the "stick" you use on a sailboat to control the rudder and steer the boat. Snap Polls Give Debate Win To Obama
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