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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He loved adventure in traveling, from skiing and hunting trips, to motorcycle adventures around the globe, to bareboating and scuba adventures, to fishing-whether on the big lake chasing salmon and perch or on Western rivers chasing white water and trout, no adventure was missed with his beloved family and friends.
Sailing lessons your way, with one-on-one instruction varying from the basics to certification for bareboating. 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).