Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A man who owns or sails a yacht.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who keeps or sails a yacht.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who owns or sails a yacht; a yachter.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A man who sails a yacht.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a person who owns or sails a yacht

Etymologies

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Examples

  • (I call our yachtsman Euergetes because it is so unlike his real name that neither he nor his family will recognise it.) "Why, Euergetes," exclaimed Cynthia,

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  • The first 'yachtsman' was Joshua Slocum, who started life as a sea captain and in 1895 set off on the world's first circumnavigation by a yachtsman in his boat Spray.

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  • Ridgway – who runs the adventure holiday company founded by her father, the yachtsman John Ridgway – takes her two children, Hughie, eight, and Molly, 10, to school each morning in an open boat with an outboard motor from their home in Ardmore, in Sutherland.

    Tiny school wants one for the roll

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • With his wire-rimmed glasses and measured speech, Rogge -- a Belgian, former surgeon and Olympic yachtsman -- cuts a distinguished figure.

    Elisabeth Braw: "You Can Cure Cancer, But You Can't Cure Doping and Illegal Betting"

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • All artists who focus on wildlife, historical and nautical scenes are confronted on a regular basis by people who are knowledgeable in these fields -- outdoorsmen, hunters, birders, Civil War reenacters, military historians (or military buffs), yachtsman and boating enthusiasts -- looking for mistakes.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

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