9 thoughts on “ Sailing ”

  1. Tygobei says:
    Sailing World is your go-to site and magazine for the best sailboat reviews, sail racing news, regatta schedules, sailing gear reviews and more.
  2. Araramar says:
    Define sailing. sailing synonyms, sailing pronunciation, sailing translation, English dictionary definition of sailing. n. 1. The skill required to operate and navigate a vessel; navigation. 2. The sport or pastime of operating or riding in a sailboat. 3. Departure or time of.
  3. Aralar says:
    Sailing definition is - the technical skill of managing a ship: navigation. How to use sailing in a sentence.
  4. Voodoogar says:
    Sailing Exploring the world like its This form of travel is all about the journey. Moving at a pace set by the breeze, weathering storms and discovering adventures we don’t yet know exist. We’re all about diving deep into the character of place and .
  5. Meztijin says:
    As the National Governing Body for the sport of sailing, US Sailing’s mission is to provide leadership for the sport of sailing in the United States. We achieve this mission through a wide range of programs and events providing an equal level playing field for all sailors. We set the course, enabling sailors to enjoy the sport for a lifetime.
  6. Yozshuzuru says:
    World Sailing Newsletter is the weekly online newsletter of World Sailing. It features the latest news and events from the sailing world together with features and info in an easy-to-use format.
  7. Shaktirr says:
    Sailing the old Safran, modified with quite conventional foils, Joschke represents a serious wildcard that could do well in all conditions. And for Clarisse Cremer, she not only finished fourth but was the top non-foiler in the race on a boat with a very impressive pedigree.
  8. Shaktidal says:
    Sailing definition, the activity of a person or thing that sails. See more.
  9. Mauran says:
    Plain sailing was transferred to other pursuits in the early nineteenth century. Shaw used it in his preface to Androcles and the Lion (): “Without the proper clues the gospels are incredible But with the clues they are fairly plain sailing.” A synonymous term is smooth sailing, used figuratively since the first half of the.

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