Definition of boardsailing in English:

boardsailing

Line breaks: board|sail¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈbɔːdseɪlɪŋ
 
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noun

Another term for windsurfing.
More example sentences
  • The lagoon is rich in produce supporting important fisheries businesses, the largest seafood farming projects in SA and not forgetting fun coastal activities like fishing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and boardsailing.
  • The Kauai native holds dominion over bodysurfing, bodyboarding, boardsailing, kite surfing, skimboarding - and, of course, the sports he helped invent, airboard surfing and tow-in surfing.
  • In fact, there are no boardsailing shops in Anchorage, so there's no place to buy or repair equipment, or take a lesson, and you have to look hard to find a boardsailing magazine, even more so now that the sport is less fashionable.

Derivatives

boardsailor

noun
More example sentences
  • In 1994, he became the first boardsailor to compete in the 125-mile Newport to Ensenada Race.
  • Lured by the high winds, powerful currents, and the resulting massive swells, these daredevils routinely face conditions that would overwhelm most boardsailors.
  • Standing directly in front of me, an Anchorage boardsailor gracefully balanced her tiny battered board and her tiny sail in the 45-mile-per-hour gale as she prepared to jump from a rock into a soft-looking eddy below.

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