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yacht

 (yät)
n.
Any of various relatively small, streamlined sailing or motor-driven vessels used for pleasure cruises or racing.
intr.v. yacht·ed, yacht·ing, yachts
To sail, cruise, or race in a yacht.

[Probably obsolete Norwegian jagt, from Middle Low German jacht, short for jachtschip : jagen, to chase (from Old High German jagōn) + schip, ship.]

yachting

(ˈjɒtɪŋ)
n
(Nautical Terms)
a. the sport or practice of navigating a yacht
b. (as modifier): yachting clothes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yachting - water travel for pleasureyachting - water travel for pleasure    
water travel, seafaring - travel by water
bareboating - boating by chartering a bareboat and providing your own crew and provisions; "we saved money by bareboating"
Translations
تَيْخيت: إبْحار باليَخْت
jachtařstvíjachting
sejlsport
snekkjusigling
jachtárstvo
yatçılık

yachting

[ˈjɒtɪŋ] Nnavegación f a vela, balandrismo m
the yachting fraternitylos aficionados al deporte de la vela
a yachting tripuna excursión en barco de vela

yachting

[ˈjɒtɪŋ]
nyachting m
modif [world, event] → de la voile; [association, trophy, title, team] → de voile yachting tripyachting trip ncroisière fyacht race ncourse f à la voile

yachting

nSegeln nt

yachting

:
yachting cap
nSeglermütze f
yachting circles
plSegelkreise pl
yachting cruise
n(Segel)kreuzfahrt f, → Segelreise f
yachting holiday
n (Brit) → Segelurlaub m
yachting jacket
nSegeljacke f

yachting

[ˈjɒtɪŋ] nyachting m, navigazione f da diporto

yacht

(jot) noun
a boat or small ship, usually with sails, often with an engine, built and used for racing or cruising. We spent our holidays on a friend's yacht; (also adjective) a yacht race.
ˈyachting noun
the pastime of sailing in a yacht.
ˈyachtsman (ˈjots-) noun
a person who sails a yacht. a keen yachtsman.
yacht club
a club for yacht-owners.
References in classic literature ?
I came across an article upon the season's yachting.
The scandals of the past few years have at last moved the yachting world to concerted action in regard to "bat" boat racing.
At this port (when the season for visitors was at an end) we could embark far more privately than at the popular yachting stations situated in the Isle of Wight.
She got over yachting men from Southampton, parsons from the Cathedral Close at Winchester, and officers from the barracks there.
Now, this gentleman had a younger brother of still better appearance than himself, who had tried life as a Cornet of Dragoons, and found it a bore; and had afterwards tried it in the train of an English minister abroad, and found it a bore; and had then strolled to Jerusalem, and got bored there; and had then gone yachting about the world, and got bored everywhere.
Part of the time, the Milanese use it for a race track, and at other seasons they flood it with water and have spirited yachting regattas there.