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  • n. The act of travelling in a sailboat.


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  • Now is a vacation season for Guadalajarans and over several days recently, as I have walked the shore, I have observed people sailboating and speedboating on the lake.

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  • “Imaginary sailboating, a trick Shelley attempted in the Bay of Spezia and turned it so real it drown him, though drowning is a very poetic way to go, especially for a Woolf.”

    A Brief Encounter With Dr. Thin

  • Today, however, sailboating regattas and rodeos exist only as sport for those who like that sort of thing.

    Navigating the Winds of Change

  • Approaching the subject of motor-boating as compared with sailboating, we find the situation becoming complicated and growing technical.

    Cobb's Bill-of-Fare

  • However, I have decided to give up sailboating; and, to a person of my shape and conservative tendencies, this leaves the field of outdoor sport considerably circumscribed.

    Cobb's Bill-of-Fare

  • At that, motor-boating for an amateur such as I am has certain advantages over sailboating.

    Cobb's Bill-of-Fare

  • Poor Al Smith never had it so good, with all that sailboating at Hyannisport and so on.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • I could care less about sailboating, but the pics are beautiful.


  • Check out how much it costs to field a race car team, a polo pony stable, or a cup level sailboating team, then come back and bitch about magic.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Almost a year ago now, some sailboating friends onboard the Seafari arrived back from a long vacation traveling the Caribbean and Panama coastlines.

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