bareboating


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bare·boat

 (bâr′bōt′)
n.
A boat, such as a yacht, that is chartered without a skipper or crew and usually without provisions.

bare′boat′ing n.
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Noun1.bareboating - boating by chartering a bareboat and providing your own crew and provisionsbareboating - boating by chartering a bareboat and providing your own crew and provisions; "we saved money by bareboating"
boating, yachting - water travel for pleasure
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As well as the fleet sailing experience, charter sailing operators also offer bareboating where people can charter their own yacht and sail it themselves.
The speedy 24-foot and 27-foot trimarans can be used for lessons, bareboating or captained chartering ($175-200/half day; $300-325/full day).
If it's bareboating you have in mind, one must usually be able to demonstrate boat handling skills especially in operating the boat under power, docking, and anchoring.