You probably need one of these.

  The all-new Ram 1500 is tough. Tough enough to haul a horde of Vikings across the Icelandic tundra, towing a massive Viking ship, all while singing a fast-paced version of Queen’s “We Will Rock You. Perfect for hauling a Corsair 37 trimaran, a Corsair 970 trimaran, a Corsair 760 trimaran, but could be overkill for the Pulse 600, but still, we all need a viking or two. Corsair Trimarans - legendary power, performance and dependability. If you have any questions about Corsair trimarans contact... Read More »
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3 Bridge Fiasco - Slow and Challenging

Four out of 360 — that's how many boats finished Saturday's Three Bridge Fiasco pursuit race. More remarkable? 50% of the finishers were trimarans... Congratulations Guys! 1. John Gray and Matt Van Rensselaer on the mighty Moore 24 Immoral, who finished first at 5:25 p.m.; 2. Christopher Harvey and Dan Mone on Mojo at 5:40 (F-25c trimaran) 3. Mark Zimmer and Mark Lewis on Khimaira at 5:43 (F-25c trimaran); 4. Final finishers, Will Paxton and Zachery Anderson on the Express 27 Motorcycle Irene at... Read More »
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Sarasota Bay Multihull Regatta Feb 23-25, 2018

  Get your Corsair trimaran ready, or whatever trimaran you might have! Entries are piling in for the 2018 Sarasota Bay Multihull Regatta February 23-25. Great venue, great club, great sailing, friendly competition. What's not to like about leaving the frozen north and spending time in the not so frozen south? 23 tris are signed up so far, and more expected. Click here for a list of registrants. Sarasota Bay is a premium sailing venue, protected from the rougher waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The... Read More »
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Performance Trimaran Sailing Clinic May 19-20, 2018

The next Performance Trimaran Sailing Clinic with Randy Smyth as chief instructor will be held Mary 19-20 at the Fort Walton Yacht Club. Two days of instruction, both in the classroom and on the water with sailing drills set by Randy to reinforce the classroom instruction. Lunch provided Saturday and Sunday, and dinner plus an after dinner talk on Saturday night. The weekend is preceded by a get together party on Friday afternoon at the Wigstons. The clinic is almost full so if you would like to... Read More »
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8 Recommendations for Safe Sailing

I was reading the new Corsair Marine Sailing Manual where I noticed this article about 8 recommendations for safe sailing... and thought it was good information for any sailor to consider, so, I wanted to share: 1. Reduce sail early as follows: a. Genoa/screacher should be replaced by jib with wind speeds greater than 12 knots. b. Main should be reefed to first set of reef points when wind reaches 20 knots. c. Main should be further reefed to second reef points when wind reaches 25 knots. d. In... Read More »
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Corsair Trimarans are built for the R2AK!

You may have already heard about this race, but if you haven't here's a short run down. This race isn't for everyone. It’s like the Iditarod, on a boat, with a chance of drowning …being run down by a freighter, or eaten by a grizzly bear. There are squalls, killer whales, tidal currents that run upwards of 20 miles an hour, and some of the most beautiful scenery on god’s green earth. R2AK is based on the hardest kind of simplicity: You, a boat, a starting gun $10,000  if you finish first, A set... Read More »
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Multihulls should be treated like aircraft...

Multihulls should be treated like aircraft when it comes to loading. Corsair trimarans are light and a responsive craft. Due to their narrow waterline they do not have an unlimited load carrying ability. Overloading can affect performance and handling, while excessive overloading can also affect safety margins. The ratio of the float buoyancy is relative to the total weight falling. A higher ratio is faster and safer. Always be conscious of weight and take care not to carry unnecessary items.... Read More »
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Unpacking the Corsair 760 Sport in Melbourne

Another day another boat arrives. This time for Michel Van der Zwaard in Melbourne with the new generation Corsair 760 Sport featuring carbon rig. Keep an eye out at Martha's Cove for this new baby and at Festival of Sails in Geelong. Stay tuned for more pics. Congratulations Michel Multihull Central Unpacks the Corsair 760 Sport All Corsair trimarans are built to withstand the toughest conditions. But the Corsair 760 models including the Corsair 760 SPORTare finely tuned to turn numbers into... Read More »
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Why buy a Corsair Cruze 970?

The combination of performance from the award-winning Corsair C31 and the spacious comfort of the Corsair 37! The new Cruze 970 is an exciting new model with great sailing pedigree and packed with fantastic new features as one of the latest models from the design team at Corsair Marine. Origin  Corsair has built over three hundred C31s delivering to locations all around the world where our customers have sailed this tough, proven performer in a wide range of conditions. In 2010, a C31 Ultimate... Read More »
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Pre-owned trimarans need some love too!

Why Corsair Trimaran?
  • They’re Fast
  • They’re Safe
  • They’re Exciting
  • They’re Trailerable
  • Versatile, Fun and Stable
  • They deliver speed on a puff of wind
  • Their shallow draft allows you to coast directly up onto any beach
  • There’s lots of space for family & crew on the large trampolines
  • The wide beams provide a flat stable platform under sail
  • It’s a great base for family fun when at anchor
  • It’s quick and easy from trailer to sailor
Here are some fine pre-owned Corsair trimaran listings! 2012 Corsair 37 - $200,000​... Read More »
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Unique Corsair Trimaran Listing Here

SOLD! December 2017 FOR SALE - A well cared for 2006 Corsair 24 MK II.  2006 was the last year this model was produced. This Corsair 24 MK II has always been kept in "fresh water" Great price and in great shape.  LEARN MORE >> Now, if you're looking for a new 24' Corsair trimaran check out the 2017 Corsair 760. The Corsair 760 feels and sails like boats twice its size, but it's affordably priced to own & maintain. Corsair's resale value is legendary and will be one of the best new... Read More »
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21 Century Sailing Arrives at Itchenor Sailing Club

  Itchenor Sailing Club sent us this news today: Jeremy Pudney set the example when he commissioned Phil Morrison to design Wind Dancer, his 5m trimaran back in 2010. It seemed like a great idea then and there are currently several different production designs available, some with folding floats for easy trailing and dry storage.  Itchenor now has a fleet of 3 new Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran daysailers to add to the array of day boats based at or near our Club.  Well suited to our harbour, or for... Read More »
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  Check out Erwin Sattler clocks and watches by Corsair owner and watch maker Richard Muller. We caught up with Richard at the Dusseldorf boat show and were amazed by his work on these ultra luxury items. Richard has owned a few iconic Corsairs, his current boat of choice is his Cruze 970 “Lazy” but you may also remember his last boat the thrill seeking Carbon 37 “Silver Chiller”. A message from Richard: We invite you to explore the wonderful world of Erwin Sattler timepieces. With the gentle... Read More »
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2017 Lake Erie Multihull Championship and Rendezvous

Deepwater/Feeder Race to be held on Thursday, August 3rd Registration is Now Open! Notice of Race is Posted! Bay Week is one of the largest fresh-water events in the United States with boats hailing from all over the Great Lakes and Canada.  And this year, Lake Erie Multihull Championship and Rendezvous will be part of this Annual Event.  This event is open to all Corsair Boats, Farrier Boats and Offshore Multihulls.  We have all the necessary elements required to put on a great regatta.  We... Read More »
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Why would I ever consider a trimaran?

As a multihull man, in particular, one who loves and sails trimarans, many people ask me “Why would I ever consider a trimaran?” They often say:  1. Trimarans have a smaller accommodation Correct The internal accommodation is compensated by the living space outside. After all, when you go sailing you do not want to spend your time inside your cabin, do you? You want to enjoy the environment and atmosphere. Most often we sail the trimarans in warm waters and to get the most out of the time on... Read More »
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The Pulse 600 saved my life...

Well, the new trimaran by Corsair saved my sailing life anyway... In short, I found myself without a fleet in my early 40's asking the question "what's next?".  I learned to sail at age 7.  I won my first national championship at 11, was a four-year letter at USMMA with a few national titles in hand by graduation in 1997.  After college, like many others, I continued to sail lasers and V15s though many of my fellow collegiate sailing competitors went into full-time Olympic campaigns.  ... Read More »
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The 2017 "Harmonic Convergence"

The "Harmonic Convergence" (beaching the tri's overnight in magnificent Emerald Bay) is on Thursday evening, June 22. The Trans-Tahoe Regatta is June 24. You might be asking yourself...what is the "Harmonic Convergence"? Here is a short read. The Harmonic Convergence is the name given to one of the world's first globally synchronized meditation events, which occurred on August 16–17, 1987. This event also closely coincided with an exceptional alignment of planets in the Solar System.  The... Read More »
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2017 Trans-Tahoe Regatta June 23-24

The 54th Annual Trans Tahoe Regatta, the most competitive race on Lake Tahoe, to be held June 23 & 24 will be highlighted this year with several new changes including its new date.  The Regatta will feature different PHRF divisions starting Friday, June 23rd with afternoon buoy races followed by the long distance race on Saturday, June 24th* with a new competitive race course.  For off the water fun, a party for all participants will be held Friday evening at Tahoe City's iconic River Grill... Read More »
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A slow story about a fast boat

Here's a good story we thought you might find interesting. First reported by Latitude 38 June 19, 2017— San Francisco Bay You may have noticed a handful of young Italian men sporting Team Maserati shirts in Point Richmond over the past few months. Whether their espressos are pre-paid is a question for Giovanni Soldini, team leader, world-renowned skipper, and owner of the Multi70 trimaran — or MOD70 — Maserati. Truth be told, they have been working full-time to prepare the boat for the start of... Read More »
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Multihulls Rock in R2AK!

Team “PURE & WILD/FREEBURD" WINS the 2017 R2AK !! 4 days, 3 hours, 11 min. Congratulations goes to a trio of brothers from Marblehead this week who took home top honors following a boat race that brought contestants on a more-than-700-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean. Trevor, Chris, and Tripp Burd, who made up Team “PURE & WILD/FREEBURD", were crowned the winners of the 2017 Race to Alaska, or R2AK, on Thursday afternoon, as they arrived in port to a cheering crowd on a custom-built,... Read More »
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