regatta. noun. a series of boat races.
Boat racing is a sport that takes place in oceans, lakes, and rivers. The main types of boat racing are rowing, regatta, and yachting. Races may utilize only one person per boat, but most competitions require a team.
In simple terms, a regatta is a series of sailboat races.
(gambling, slang) A fixed horse race, with a specific horse arranged to win in advance.
Circuit racing is like the NASCAR or F1 racing of the custom powerboat world. These races usually take place on inland lakes (though not always), and the course is—as the name might suggest—a circuit. Competitors go around the circuit to see who can complete the set number of laps first.
Boats in the 250+ hp class are 28 ft (9 m) sport racers powered by a 250+ hp engine.
Miss GEICO is one of the fastest offshore powerboats in the world. The boat has had many incarnations. The most powerful was a 50' Mystic powered by twin Lycoming T-53 turbine engines, hitting speeds in excess of 210+ mph.
Those letters form more than one compound word: to "boa-trace" your opponent means to strangle them from any and all means of inhaling. What you're saying is that, metaphorically speaking, boatrace and boatrace are synonyms.
The term Boat Race is slang for any fixed sporting event. The term probably applies to the stock market and the economy as well, since the Fed recently met its obligation to provide money to the bankers who hold the loans which working Americans have taken out on their homes, and maintain an orderly market.
For instance, "face" would be replaced by "boat," because face rhymes with "boat race." Similarly "feet" becomes "plates" ("plates of meat"), and "money" is "bread" (a very common usage, from "bread and honey").
yacht, boat, go sailing. crew, helm, skipper a boat. 3'we sail tonight' set sail, put to sea, put out, put out to sea, leave port, leave dock, leave harbour, hoist sail, raise sail, weigh anchor, put off, shove off.
If you're unfamiliar with the term, 'yachting' is used to describe the practice of being paid to spend time and be pictured with wealthy 'clients', often aboard megayachts.
About the race. The Clipper Race is one of the biggest challenges of the natural world and an endurance test like no other. With no previous sailing experience necessary, it's a record-breaking 40,000 nautical mile race around the world on a 70-foot ocean racing yacht.
Vallam kali (vaḷḷaṃ kaḷi, literally: boat game) is a traditional boat race in Kerala, India. It is a form of canoe racing, and uses paddled war canoes. It is mainly conducted during the season of the harvest festival Onam in spring.
A “go-fast” boat is a small, high-velocity vessel designed with a long narrow platform and a planing hull that allows it to reach high speeds even in ocean waters.
There are 20 different types of boats ( boat types ) namely trawler, tug, deck boat, dingy, lifeboat, sailboat, cuddy, pontoon, ferry, houseboat, Center Console Boat, bass boat, bay boat, bowrider, Convertible Fishing Boat, Dual console boat, catamaran, inflatable boats, utility boat & yacht.
cigarette boat (plural cigarette boats) (Canada, US) a small fast boat with a planing hull used to smuggle cigarettes to avoid taxation. a go-fast boat, a powerboat of the type similar to what is used to smuggle cigarettes.
UIM Class 1 offshore racing
Class 1 is the premier class of offshore powerboat racing in the world and is considered to be one of the most spectacular marine motorsports. A Class 1 race boat has twin inboard 1100hp engines and can reach speeds in excess of 160mph.
Unlimited Hydroplanes are fast boats capable of more than 320 km/h (200 mph) on the straights and running average lap speeds of 209–266 km/h (130–165 mph). They are 8.5–9.1 m (28–30 ft) in length and weigh a minimum of 3,060 kg (6,750 lb).
Top speeds range from 60 to 85 MPH. Today's most popular go-fast catamarans range from 28 to 52 feet. Powered by twin inboard engines up to 1,750-HP, they can reach 180 MPH and beyond.
The Barcolana regatta of the Italian yacht club Società Velica di Barcola e Grignano is currently the Guinness World Record holder as the "largest sailing race" with 2,689 boats and over 16,000 sailors at the starting line.
A sailing team's name can differ among boat types. Normally they are called a crew, specifically on crew boats where the members are very close together and are forced to work as a team more than any other boat.
Founded by French yachtsman Philippe Jeantot in 1989, the Vendée Globe is a single-handed non-stop round the world yacht race. More people have been into space than have finished the Vendée, earning it the reputation as the world's toughest sailing race. Since 1992, the Vendée Globe has taken place every four years.