What is another word for yacht?

193 synonyms found


[ jˈɒt], [ jˈɒt], [ j_ˈɒ_t]

A yacht is a luxurious and elegant pleasure vessel that has always been associated with the wealthy and elite class society. There are several synonyms for the word yacht that can be used interchangeably depending on the context and usage. Some of the most commonly used synonyms include boat, ship, vessel, cruiser, sailboat, motorboat, catamaran, and luxury yacht. Each synonym has its own distinct features, design, and amenities, depending on the type of yacht and the intended use. Whether it is a sailing race or a leisurely cruise, yachts have always been a symbol of luxury, sophistication, and adventure.

Related words: yacht charter, yacht ownership, boat rentals, yacht charterers, luxury yacht, luxury yachts, boat rentals, boat charters

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    Usage examples for Yacht

    The Baltimore yacht Club.
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    After the yacht returned, he was my sole civilized helper and companion.
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    The yacht was headed northward, across Inglefield Gulf.
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