A yacht is a hunting ship:
1550s, yeaghe "a light, fast-sailing ship," from Norwegian jaght or early Dutch jaght, both from Middle Low German jacht, shortened form of jachtschip "fast pirate ship," literally "ship for chasing," from jacht "chase," from jagen "to chase, hunt," from Old High German jagon, from Proto-Germanic *yago-, from PIE root *yek- (2) "to hunt"
so if you're drinking Jagermeister on a yacht, you're doing it right
@dredmorbius OMG. I never made the connection from Yacht to Jagd. Huh...TIL.
Even to the degree that I've been thinking that this *must* be coincidence (homonym), they mean so different things.
If the real hunting vessels were still called yachts, this false thinking probably wouldn't have happened.
@dredmorbius The Swedish word "jakt" means both "hunt/hunting" (noun) and "yacht."
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