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dayboat

Line breaks: day|boat
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪbəʊt/

Definition of dayboat in English:

noun

Another term for daysailor.
Example sentences
  • Tell that to the guy who had seen his dayboat wrecked in the marina overnight.
  • A liveaboard can be cheaper than hiring a dayboat with accommodation ashore.
  • The dayboat regularly brings trainee-divers out to the larger vessel, which acts as a floating dive centre.

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