[ US /ˈjɑt/ ]
[ UK /jˈɒt/ ]
[ UK /jˈɒt/ ]
- travel in a yacht
- an expensive vessel propelled by sail or power and used for cruising or racing
How To Use yacht In A Sentence
- When we see her, we remember that hot July day doing five knots pulling Jess and Jerry on a tube and Russ skippering his first yacht.
- The suspended flotilla includes modern powerboats, yachts and coracles.
- Friends pointed to his comments at the weekend in which he refuted claims that he had sold his yacht. Times, Sunday Times
- The ferries, warships, water taxis, huge container vessels, yachts and fishing tinnies ply with impunity one of the greatest anchorages and working harbours in the world.
- They spent their annual holiday on a chartered yacht in the Caribbean.
- They're yachts, mainly, and very beautiful, and it wasn't long before my wife was coaxed into taking lessons.
- International class equestrian and yachting are expensive sports to compete in at the top, and not exactly third world sports.
- Each yacht carries knowledgeable skippers and crew members. Times, Sunday Times
- The yachting industry is being seen now as a significant employment and revenue generator, through marinas, boatyards, other commercial enterprises, as well as yachting events.
- The harbour has both a commercial quayside and marina which was crowded with expensive yachts and cruisers.