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  • n  a person who owns or sails a yacht

  • His son, Robert, an internationally famed yachtsman, also had a five-year consulting contract, at $15,000 annually.
  • America's leading yachtsman, he skippered the Resolute to victory over the late Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock IV in the 1920 America's Cup races, at the age of 73 brought off an .
  • He wore the standard summer garb of the well-dressed Riviera yachtsmangrey flannel slacks, navy blue jacket and white yachting cap.

  • Dean Barker in The Australian
    When in 1976 I decided to stop my career as an athlete (he was a three-time Olympic yachtsman) aged 34 I went to see the president of our National Olympic Committee (NOC) and he said come on board as an athletes representative. Things can happen... Jacques Rogge AFP Aug 14, 2009 111640 146415 yachtsman New Zealand skipper Dean Barker said: Jacques Rogge is a keen yachtsman, I think he's competed at three Games - he's an interesting guy to talk to."
  • Peter de Savary in Times Online
    Peter de Savary describes himself on his website as an "entrepreneur, yachtsman, environmentalist, and Club aficionado".

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