yacht race


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Noun1.yacht race - a race between crews of people in yachts
boat race - a race between people rowing or driving boats
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Supposing," she said, "that I cried off the yacht race to-day.
I have come over with the Dalkeiths, ostensibly to see the yacht races.
The talk soon centred down to business, though Guggenhammer had first to say his say about the forthcoming international yacht race and about his own palatial steam yacht, the Electra, whose recent engines were already antiquated.
A British amateur sailor has died after being hit by a sail while competing in a yacht race.
CYCA Member, Roger Hickman, owner/skipper of Wild Rose, the overall winner of the 70th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, received the Governor's Cup, the most prestigious perpetual trophy awarded each year by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
ADPR, a marine, travel and outdoor public relations company based in Somerset declared that it has secured a contract for handling the publicity for the Governor s Cup Yacht Race across the South Atlantic Ocean.
The special edition vehicles are to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Volvo's triennial yacht race, and they are to arrive at United States dealerships during 2014 and 2015.
Canadian skipper of Henri Lloyd, Eric Holden, crossed the finish line into Sydney, Australia at 0315 local time (UTC+11), his first race win and fourth consecutive podium result in the Clipper 2013-14 Round the World Yacht Race.
Adrian Lee was full of praise for his crew after breaking the 13-year-old monohull record for the longest offshore yacht race in the Arab region.
CONSIDERING she's about to circumnavigate the globe, the youngest female participant in the world's largest yacht race will be delighted with her A grade in geography.
ROYAL Navy aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious gave a "spectacular send off " to 10 yachts yesterday as they set off on the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.
A BUSINESSWOMAN has left behind a top city job to join a yacht race.