sailboater

sailboater

(ˈseɪlˌbəʊtə)
n
(Sailing) a person who sails a boat
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Powerless to work at her real craft, writing, she is obsessed with getting even until faced with others who have committed vengeful acts, such as an unhinged police officer and a shallow, affluent sailboater.
The respondents were distributed among four boater styles as follows: recreational powerboater, 66 percent; recreational sailboater, 23 percent; cruising powerboater, six percent; and cruising sailboater, five percent.
The sailboater is getting hurt worse than the power boater," said Marl Carter, general manager of Staff Jennings Boating Center in Eugene.
In the absence of a motor, the elderly, the disabled, the single-person sailboaters and others might as well be excluded from the lake.
So the sailboaters are served with a huge selection of rums, and Annapolis has garnered the status of being one of the nation's biggest Mount Gay markets.
Sailboaters and cottagers on Lake Superior know all too well of the power behind the prevailing northwesterly winds that sweep across the great lake.
Sailboaters may also want to check out Jerry Cardwell's ``Sailing Big on a Small Sailboat'' (Sheridan House; $17.
are back in their rooms taking siestas, and the windsurfers and sailboaters are out in force.
a string of several dozen white houses is beautifully sited around outer Loch Carron, with hotels, restaurants, and bed-and-breakfast inns that appeal to artists and sailboaters.
Sailboaters are heeling, children cartwheeling, motorists automobiling, drinking in sights from around the state.
While few straight motor boaters use the lake, a lot of sailboaters do - 508 days of visiting in 2008, according to the survey.
The motorized sailboaters argued in their written appeal of the ban that the Forest Service "anoints one user group, admittedly a majority, over another.