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day sail·er (sā′lər)
A small sailboat for day trips.
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He now owns an O'Day day sailer
- a 14-foot mono hull with a sleeper cabin, a main sail and a smaller front sail or jib.
With the B52 Custom, Brenta says it has built a day sailer
with "the highest respect for guest comfort".
Australia II became a museum exhibit; others were turned into cruising boats or day sailers
in the Whitsundays or the Caribbean, crewed by eager tourists.
The concept of day sailers
is certainly not new, but how Luca Brenta Yacht Design (LBYD), creators of the new B-Yachts brand, have approached this stunning vision is bred from the world of custom sailing superyachts.