Definition of daysailor in English:

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daysailor

Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪseɪlə/
(US also daysailer)

noun

A sailing boat without a cabin, designed for use during the day only.
Example sentences
  • While I think the J / 105 could be a great daysailer, her strength clearly lies in her appeal as a one-design racer.
  • When we could afford it, we bought our ‘big’ 17-foot O'Day daysailor.
  • Bettercare Boatworks builds just one boat, that of our own design - the CORLISS 15, a wonderful 15' daysailer.

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Line breaks: day|sailor

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