sailing

All Noun Verb
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  • Speed records for round-the-world sailing are recognized for following this route.
  • At the time, this area may have been deep enough to receive small sailing vessels.
  • For general sailing, during such course changes, there is work that needs to be done.
  • Today it is a home to many different types of sailing, including a growing fleet.
  • A sailing camp for girls was set up on the northwest side of the lake.
  • Over the centuries, it has been a well-known sailing mark.
  • The winter service was increased to two sailings a week in each direction throughout the winter.
  • There are many different types of sailing ships, but they all have certain basic things in common.
  • The equipment is chosen to allow racing in a wide range of sailing conditions.
  • Because neither side had ocean sailing technology, the two groups were unable to maintain contact.
  • That could go head to head in attempt to find the best sailing crews and teams.
  • Relief sailings for the winter period remained the same over the years.
  • She operated there until sailing north in mid-summer.
  • Sailing, fishing and other water activities in the Bay are also popular.
  • In sailing, the physical principles involved are the same as for aircraft.
  • An alternative for those people may however be sailing near the coast, which still gives a certain amount of safety.
  • Sailing time is approximately four and a half hours.
  • Single-handed sailing simply means sailing on some voyage with just one person on board.
  • Children can attend a Sail Camp where they learn water safety and sailing.
  • It was giving myself away, doing just the very thing that you can't do in single-handed sailing. Cited from The Riddle of the Sands, by Erskine Childers
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Root form of sailing is sail for the verb.

Words starting with sailing

Meaning of sailing

  • noun Riding in a sailboat
  • noun The departure of a vessel from a port
  • verb Traverse or travel on (a body of water)
    We sailed the Atlantic, He sailed the Pacific all alone
  • verb Travel on water propelled by wind
    I love sailing, especially on the open sea, the ship sails on