A person who makes, repairs, or alters sails as a profession.
More example sentences
- There was slave labor available, but shipwrights, machinists, sailmakers, and all the skilled trades required in shipbuilding were in critically short supply.
- While the skilled workers involved (such as hatmakers, bookbinders, sailmakers, basketmakers, tailors and wool workers) were not the poorest in society, trade unionism gradually spread into factories and to the less-skilled.
- I traced Annie's story back to Rotherhithe, 1815, when her grandfather, William Sporle, arrived from Ipswich as a young man and set to work as a sailmaker at Surrey Canal, Rotherhithe.
Definition of sailmaker in:
- The British & World English dictionary