Yachting

Yacht'ing noun Sailing for pleasure in a yacht.
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Yachting

• (n.) Sailing for pleasure in a yacht.
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yachting

Pleasure cruising or racing a small and light vessel, whether sailing or power-driven. At the 2000 Olympic Games there were nine sail-driven categories: Laser, 470, Tornado, 49er, Soling, Mistral, Star, Finn, and Europe. The Laser, Mistral, Finn, and Europe are solo events; the Soling...
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Yachting

[magazine] Yachting is a monthly English-language magazine published since 1907. It was founded by Oswald Garrison Villard, publisher of the New York Evening Post and The Nation. ==Early History== On January 1, 1907, publisher Oswald Garrison Villard released the first issue of Yachting. A year later he appointed his “schoolmate and lifel...
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Yachting

Yachting refers to using water vessels, called yachts, for sporting purposes. If the vessels are sailboats, it`s known as sailing, and if the vessels are motorboats, it`s known as powerboating. A yacht /ˈjɒt/ is a recreational boat or ship. The term originated from the Dutch Jacht meaning `hunt`. It was originally defined as a light fast sai...
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