For this particular work the yachtsman should put on a medium rudder.
"In their turn," warned the yachtsman, showing that he resented this intrusion.
Benton and Von Ritz went to the gangway, where the yachtsman bent forward to give some direction to the boat crew below.
Lastly, let no yachtsman speak contemptuously of the Solent.
Chesapeake Bay is a noble stretch of water that is almost unknown to the yachtsman.
"In th' ol' times whin I was a yachtsman—" began Mr. Dooley.
When the yachtsman joined her, she read in his eyes that he had been long awake and was deeply troubled.
The assurances of his friend, the yachtsman, gave him no confidence.
The old fisherman's anchor with a movable stock is, after all, as good an anchor as any yachtsman need want.
He dare be sure only that the yachtsman he had rescued was either a villain or a maniac.