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land sailing

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(Sailing) the sport or activity of driving wheeled sail-powered vehicles across land, esp beaches or dry lakes
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Land sailing, also known as 'sand yachting', 'land yachting' or 'dirtboating', is the act of moving across land in a wheeled vehicle powered by wind through the use of a sail.
There may only be one departure scheduled in 2017 with availability that is becoming more limited, but if you can book the 15-day Cities of Antiquity & the Holy Land sailing with Viking Ocean Cruises, you will be in for a treat come March 11.
Land sailing, or land yachting, combines the grace of sailing with the buzz of motor racing as sailors zoom across the ground or sand and try to out-race friends and family.
As well as water-based activities, young people also had the opportunity to try various land-based activities using the National Sports Centres world-class facilities, including a range of land based accessible sports such as wheelchair basketball and tennis, boccia, cycling, new age kurling, cheerleading, archery, land sailing and disability football.
The group will go land sailing in the desert in the Season 5 finale, but expect Terra Jole and Briana Renee to have some tension with Christy Gibel.
Augustine (c1902), and continues with scenes of land sailing on the hard sands of Ormond Beach (c1903) and workers taking a break on the Jacksonville docks, the Florida Times-Union and Citizen building in the background (c1912).
Complementing these activities, guests of all ages can also test their archery skills, enhance your riding skills and meet the horses at the Sir Bani Yas Stables, kayak through the rich mangrove lagoons, try their hand at land sailing, and even learn about Sir Bani Yas' rich heritage by visiting an early Christian monastery that dates back to the late sixth century AD.
The answer may be land sailing - harnessing the power of wind on sails to deliver an adrenalinladen thrill where you can reach speeds of up to 35 miles an hour, in places ranging from airfields to beaches.
It was invented by Paul Becket who had a backg ground in land sailing and wanted wind-poweg ered device suitable for every member of the family including the children.
The announcement yesterday at Pembrey follows an agreement between Carmarthenshire County Council and Carmarthen Land Sailing Club.
These include archery, horseback riding, land sailing, pearl diving, kayaking and more.