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They've gone yachting for the weekend in their friend's 40-foot sailboatThey sailed around the harbor in their yacht all Saturday afternoon.

They've gone yachting for the weekend in their friend's 40-foot sailboat.

He was the first Australian to win the round the world yacht race.

Yachting is an extremely expensive sport.

Lord Earl of Mountbatten was killed aboard his yacht by a bomb planted by the IRA.

We dove off the yacht, and swam to the beach.

They cruised around the world aboard their 35-foot yacht, and made money by giving boat tours to rich tourists.

F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, I entertained on a cruising trip that was so much fun that I had to sink my yacht to make my guests go home.

The rich old couple spent their retirement years yachting around the French Riviera.

He called his boat a yacht, but actually it was just a little motorboat.

The largest and most expensive luxury yacht in the world is owned by the Saudi Royal family, and is worth about 110 million dollars.

Fishing boats, luxury yachts, and navy ships share the waters of Algeria's busiest port with vessels carrying goods from around the globe.

Apart from a few rich people who arrive by yacht or cruise ship, visitors to Mauritius must fly into the country.

In 1849, Pearl of Bermuda beat the American yacht Brenda in the world's first international yacht race.

Discussion question: Imagine you have a luxury yacht. Describe the yacht and the dream voyage you would like to take in it.

Find someone who has been on a yacht.

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