The man who puts on a yachting-cap, and asks if there's a bit of a sea on.
"Michael" by E. F. Benson
In yachting caps and flowing neckties they pervaded the lake to its limits.
"Waifs and Strays" by O. Henry
He was a man of forty or so, clad in irreproachable blue, with a peaked yachting cap.
"The Grand Babylon Hotel" by Arnold Bennett
Very likely the stout man with the yachting cap was the mighty "Big Jim" himself.
"The Rise of Roscoe Paine" by Joseph C. Lincoln
He saw black curling hair and a yachting cap, faded this last and the white of it a dirty grey but set on jauntily at a magnificent angle.
"Jeremy" by Hugh Walpole
Lenehan's yachting cap on the cadge beyond.
"Ulysses" by James Joyce
To please Carlotta I wear white duck trousers, a pink shirt, and a yachting-cap.
"The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne" by William J. Locke
And in the morning the yacht was gone and the weir-pole was vacant, and Cap'n Eben Saunders come on the first train.
"Cape Cod Stories" by Joseph C. Lincoln
A yachting-cap was pulled over his blue eyes.
"The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories" by Gertrude Atherton
Do not wear a yachting cap ashore unless you are living on board a yacht.
"Etiquette" by Emily Post
The sudden firing of a gun caused some movement among the red-capped mariners of the four yachts in front.
"Macleod of Dare" by William Black
Father put the Cap Sheaf on his big Experiment by accepting an invitation to go Yachting.
"Ade's Fables" by George Ade
When I climbed to the poop, Mrs Vansittart was already there, attired in a fine-weather rig of white, with a white cover on her yachting cap.
"The First Mate" by Harry Collingwood
The crew of the yacht raised a cheer and waved their caps to us, and I felt heartily grieved to leave them.
"A Marriage at Sea" by W. Clark Russell
Willing, removing his yachting cap and passing his handkerchief over his forehead.
"The Blue Grass Seminary Girls on the Water" by Carolyn Judson Burnett
In it he wore a yachting cap.
"Miss Arnott's Marriage" by Richard Marsh
Both were dressed in grey serge, short-skirted yachting suits, and each had a white duck yachting cap pinned to her hair.
"The World Masters" by George Griffith
She found him somewhat ridiculous in his uniform, with his yachting-cap a trifle top-heavy for his slim skull.
"What Will People Say?" by Rupert Hughes
He had changed his dress clothes for his yachting suit, and his cap was in his hand.
"The Tree of Knowledge" by Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
He now wore a fez instead of a yachting cap, and it changed his expression.
"The Diva's Ruby" by F. Marion Crawford