Definitions

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  • verb intransitive To sail a yacht for a single day, or to sail by day with overnight accommodation on land

Etymologies

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day +‎ sail

Examples

  • Price From £135 for a daysail to £1,350 for a month-long passage to AntiguaBook it jst. org.uk

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  • A new skipper should take along at least one other experienced sailor on a daysail.

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  • In this part we have learned about planning a daysail.

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  • A new skipper should take along at least one other experienced sailor on a daysail.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • If your daysail is to last three to four hours, it naturally would be started during daylight.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • In this part we have learned about planning a daysail.

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  • This rarely becomes a concern on a daysail, as the boat is normally anchored only for a short times such as a lunch break, when there is usually someone on deck to assess the situation.

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  • However, even on a daysail, you need to be able to read the symbols on a nautical chart to determine the depth of the water, the hazards in the area such as wrecks or rocks, and the composition of the bottom under the water in case you wish to anchor.

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  • If your daysail is to last three to four hours, it naturally would be started during daylight.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • This rarely becomes a concern on a daysail, as the boat is normally anchored only for a short times such as a lunch break, when there is usually someone on deck to assess the situation.

    Sailing Fundamentals

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