A small boat propelled partially or wholly by sail.(noun)
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Use "sailboat" in a sentence
"Fine, so it's supposed to be green (but I bet a sailboat is a lot greener), but 12 guests and 20 crew?"
"Can't Post | i'm considering moving to mexico, to work and then retire. my interests are the gulf coast (i think), in-so-much as living aboard a sailboat is my interest. if it isn't to ambiguous, where might i consider?,"
"Sure, there were 20 other prople who all have 'fast boats' (if you call a sailboat fast) and were more than willing to help us."