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Related to boardsailing: sailboard, Wind surfing


board sailor n.
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(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) another name for windsurfing
ˈboardˌsailor n
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(ˈbɔrdˌseɪ lɪŋ, ˈboʊrd-)
the sport of sailing a boat that has no cockpit, as in windsurfing.
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The beachfront is the venue for top boardsailing championships and features a long promenade and pier with a chance of seeing pods of dolphins at play.
Other amenities include casinos, discos and nightclubs, golf courses, boardsailing and other water sports, horses and camel riding, desert safaris and cultural and historical attractions.
Bosworth Water Trust, Far Coton Lane, Wellesborough Road, near Nuneaton - A 50-acre leisure park with 20 acres for dinghy, boardsailing and fishing.
The river gorge offers excellent runs for boardsailing, with 30-knot winds racing down the canyon.
The western Canadian premiers came to Gimli for their annual conference in 1994 and the World Boardsailing Championships were held there that same year.
The beaches to the right, already favored by windsurfers scooting over whitecaps, would be developed as a boardsailing beach, while the beachfront to the left and open spaces inland would be restored as wetlands and dunes.