yachtsman

[ US /ˈjɑtsmən/ ]
[ UK /jˈɒtsmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who owns or sails a yacht
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How To Use yachtsman In A Sentence

  • As the central figure is the diminutive yachtsman Peter Cummins, I felt it would be interesting to see just how much yachting he had done, where and with whom.
  • All right, captain," Charley said to the disconsolate yachtsman, who smiled in sickly fashion at the title. The King of the Greeks
  • In fact, we all gathered to watch the sun setting over the peaks - called the Hazards - then admired the stars, joined by a Tasmanian yachtsman who'd weighed anchor in the bay for the night.
  • Or you might be a keen yachtsman eager for the bragging rights of commanding such a big boat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gustave chose art from the outset, not only joining the Impressionists but buying their works and often supporting them with loans; on the side, he was a philatelist, a yachtsman and boat designer, and, like his friend Monet, a passionate gardener. A Delightful Window Into Caillebotte Brothers' Private World
  • He was also the first yachtsman to sail a multi-hulled sailing boat around the world non-stop.
  • You have to leave the main road and climb a steep hill to finally descend into Marigot Bay, a yachtsman's dream of shelter.
  • The Renegade under skipper Brendan Ryan went to the assistance of the lone yachtsman and took the yacht in tow and the sailor on board.
  • The yachtsman had been sailing alone around Britain and Ireland in his yacht when the accident occurred.
  • Or you might be a keen yachtsman eager for the bragging rights of commanding such a big boat. Times, Sunday Times
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