sailing boat

NOUN
  1. a small sailing vessel; usually with a single mast
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How To Use sailing boat In A Sentence

  • From their front veranda we could look through a small grove of oaks to a quiet bay where sailing boats rode at anchor.
  • He heard a message over the radio from a sailing boat not far behind his vessel.
  • As a study in nostalgia it is a gem, right down to the steam trains, sailing boats and 11s.6d. oilskins.
  • And if you are a smaller sailing boat, you can move more easily, to more places. Times, Sunday Times
  • Love is like sea with lots of waves,I recall the sailing boat when I am old. Nobody will remember all of you like me.
  • Thus Severin hires an old sailing boat to recapture the experience of an early Caribbean castaway, although the vessel bears scant resemblance to the little skiff that carried the subject of his imagined reconstruction.
  • The Quays welcomed two Galway Hooker sailing boats and a flotilla of sailing vessels were docked at Albert Basin.
  • Their motor-less sailing boats are called skipjacks, and are allowed to fish for oysters freely.
  • Amateur model boat builders, young and old, will be entering their vessels into a variety of classes including warships, steamboats and sailing boats.
  • Love is like sea with lots of waves,I recall the sailing boat when I am old. Nobody will remember all of you like me.
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