daysailer

Daysailer vs Daysailor - What's the difference?

daysailer | daysailor |


As nouns the difference between daysailer and daysailor

is that daysailer is a small sailboat, larger than a dinghy, with or without sleeping accommodations while daysailor is one who daysails.

Daysailed vs Daysailer - What's the difference?

daysailed | daysailer |


As a verb daysailed

is (daysail).

As a noun daysailer is

a small sailboat, larger than a dinghy, with or without sleeping accommodations.

Dayboat vs Daysailer - What's the difference?

dayboat | daysailer | Synonyms |

Dayboat is a synonym of daysailer.


As nouns the difference between dayboat and daysailer

is that dayboat is a daysailer while daysailer is a small sailboat, larger than a dinghy, with or without sleeping accommodations.

Dinghy vs Daysailer - What's the difference?

dinghy | daysailer |


As nouns the difference between dinghy and daysailer

is that dinghy is (label) a small open boat, propelled by oars or paddles, carried as a tender, lifeboat, or pleasure craft on a ship while daysailer is a small sailboat, larger than a dinghy, with or without sleeping accommodations.

As a verb dinghy

is to travel by dinghy.

Sailboat vs Daysailer - What's the difference?

sailboat | daysailer |


As nouns the difference between sailboat and daysailer

is that sailboat is a boat propelled by sails while daysailer is a small sailboat, larger than a dinghy, with or without sleeping accommodations.