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 Übersetzung für 'yachtsmen' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a yachtsman | yachtsmen
yachtsmenSegler {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'yachtsmen' von Englisch nach Deutsch

yachtsmen
Segler {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • To stay in the deepest water, yachtsmen should steer straight for the green navigational buoy immediately off of the marina's holding pontoon.
  • Volvo Ocean Race makes the list of five most significant competitions of yachtsmen worldwide.
  • Experienced yachtsmen trained by his special forces, the Brandenburgers, sailed the northern and southern Atlantic in World War II.
  • Kendall's family are yachtsmen. He began sailing in the P-class and Starlings before progressing to crewing 470 and keelboats. When he was 14 he turned to windsurfing.
  • Doyle lived with his wife Sally and son Caspar in Oxford. Both Doyle and his son Caspar are keen yachtsmen.

  • In Grambin there are jetties that are used as a harbour for yachtsmen on the lagoon. The Zarow flows west of the Uecker, near Grambin, into the Stettiner Haff.
  • Gatty opened a navigation school, teaching marine navigation to yachtsmen. In 1928, his attention turned to air navigation.
  • Celestial navigation continues to be used by private yachtsmen, and particularly by long-distance cruising yachts around the world.
  • The club provides a Guest Dock for visiting yachtsmen and the guest dock also serves as home to the Dock Masters office.
  • One of the major sources of income for the islanders is by selling souvenirs and ship provisions for passing yachtsmen.

  • The waters around Île St. Pierre are a firm favourite with swimmers, snorkellers and yachtsmen for whom the island provides the ideal backdrop to a spectacular Seychelles sunset.
  • Frank Cowper (18 January 1849 He has been credited as "the forefather of modern cruising", and his books "laid the foundation" of the pilot guides used by yachtsmen today.
  • Many of the sailors taking part in the series were around-the-world yachtsmen, Olympic medallists, America's Cup sailors, World and European champions and even world record holders.
  • entry into the war many yachtsmen aspired to serve as Naval auxiliaries and lobbied the government to include them and their yachts in naval planning.
  • James Milson Jnr was a prominent figure among yachtsmen from the early 1830s. His obituary states that he may be described as the "doyen" of Australian yachting.

  • The Poughkeepsie Yacht Club was founded on 1892 by a small group of working sailors and yachtsmen.
  • In 1981 Lees-Spalding co-founded the Macmillan and Silk Cut Nautical Almanac, which became a handbook for Britain's yachtsmen, and Lees-Spalding remained editor until 1992.
  • Irish Examiner journalist Alannah Hopkin wrote jokingly in 2000 that 'few competitive yachtsmen would admit to having started their career in the a dinghy known as a Measle'.
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