I heard the question right: Cannes is famous for its film festival, but also has a yachting festival in September.
We are as a nation extremely fond of yachting, and almost every wealthy man we have possesses a craft of some kind.
We were yachting on the Mississippi, and we could not bother with arresting and holding prisoners.
I pointed out that you loved me and not Random, and that Random was on a yachting cruise, while I was on the spot.
You ain't one of these yachting dudes—you're a skipper, ain't you?
From their yachting caps it was evident they had just entered the house through the tunnel from the river landing.
He is, as well, a good actor, and New London is a yachting port.
Plenty of money—does not know what to do with it, in fact—tired of yachting, travelling; wants something new.
You say you are going to take her yachting, and that's she's a proud sort.
He left a note for Leonora saying that he had gone off for a week with the Clinton Morleys, yachting.
1550s, yeaghe "a light, fast-sailing ship," probably from Norwegian jaght, from Middle Low German jacht, shortened form of jachtschip "fast pirate ship," literally "ship for chasing," from jacht "chase," from jagen "to chase, hunt," from Old High German jagon, from Proto-Germanic *jagojanan.