Definition of "yachtie" []

  • A yachtsman; sailing enthusiast (noun)
  • Alternative spelling of yachty. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "yachtie" in a sentence
  • "To a non-yachtie like me, the intricacies of the sport are a mystery, but television coverage of what could seem slower than a Paul Collingwood rearguard innings, has been greatly enhanced by the use of computer graphics, which brought it to life, told me the race situations, and generally unravelled things."
  • "I had been wanting to get back to the reef where I had been wrecked, seeking a passage on a yacht, but there hadn't been a yachtie heading that way."
  • "Six weeks ago Leah had heard on the yachtie grapevine in Darwin that the owner of The Zephyr wanted a female deck-hand, someone young and attractive who knew about sailing boats and who could handle the hostessing part of the job."