What is the difference between the terms "SEAWORTHINESS" and "SAILWORTHINESS"?



Answer:
Sailworthiness refers more to sailing vessels. Are the sails, running rigging, etc in good shape? Whereas seaworthiness is a broader term that can apply to motor and sail vessels. A motorsailer (a boat which can go under motor or sail power) can be seaworthy, but not sailworthy, if the engine and hull integrity are fine.
not to be sarcastic,but only a couple of letters,not to mention that i've never even heard the word "sailworthiness" before.
Sailworthiness is not in the dictionary - it is a made up word probably meaning the same as seaworthiness for sail boats.

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