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  • noun Plural form of daysailer.

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Examples

  • For example, one person I know loves to do maintenance and repair work on outboard motorboats and wooden daysailers, so in the tiny boathouse he built for himself there is a specific area designated for sanding, epoxying, and painting the hulls of boats.

    Summering the Marie Antoinette Way: Jamie Johnson

  • As you move up from small daysailers to auxiliary-powered sailboats, you will find that at least a minimum knowledge of outboard motor operation is essential to your pleasure and security on the water.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • As you move up from small daysailers to auxiliary-powered sailboats, you will find that at least a minimum knowledge of outboard motor operation is essential to your pleasure and security on the water.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • And the new 'Fun Zone' features a splashy display of small boats and daysailers.

    Sail-World.com USA Latest News

  • Their size ranges from 30 feet and over or 18 feet for the smaller daysailers.

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