Are you too old to sail?

Of course not! Occasionally we are told by potential customers that they think they are too old to buy a Corsair trimaran. My somewhat trite, tongue in cheek answer is “You are only as old as you think you are”. By this I mean feeling old is more a state of mind than a physical condition. We have sold boats to several people well into their 80s, many of whom are still sailing actively. Take Andy Green for example. Andy and his wife Joyce are an adventurous couple who have sailed extensively... Read More »
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New Question - Towing Weight

I have an interest but I need to know the towing weight. I understand it can very with different trailers and equipment but you must know what a the towing weight is on a base boat. Thank you. Name: Howard paul Boat_Type: Aft cockpit 28 Subject: Towing Weight Read More »
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Corsair C28 CE will take you anywhere you sail (or race) in style and comfort

Corsair 28CE – Centre Cockpit Cruiser Economy  Just as with the Corsair 28CR, the 28CE provides a range of waterborne recreation and adventure possibilities unequaled by other sailboat brands. The Corsair 28CE represents a unique and unbeatable combination of comfort, performance and ease of handling. This model is definitely in a class of its own that will take you anywhere you sail (or race) in style and comfort. Unlike the 28CR, the 28CE does not include an enclosed head and pump out station.... Read More »
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30 Year Timeline of Corsair Marine

1984 - Corsair Marine was established through a partnership between John Walton (son of Sam Walton, Founder of Wal Mart) who offered to finance the production of the uniquely designed F boat and Ian Farrier, the designer who patented and built the original prototype in Australia back in 1974. With the production facility located in San Diego, California together they produced and marketed the world's first trailerable and very fast, trimarans. This initial partnership thus set the stage for a... Read More »
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The Corsair Dash arrives 'Down Under' - Qld

The 24' Corsair Dash MKII trimaran sits proudly alongside her SEAWIND catamaran cousin during the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show in Queensland, Australia. The Dash's arrival to the southern hemisphere means passionate sailors hanging out south of the equator have a new and exciting opportunity to explore Antipodean waters aboard this fantastic Corsair boat. What you get?  You get speed, affordability, comfort, style and tons of multi-purpose options.  It's a catamaran design that's absolutely perfect... Read More »
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Lifting my C28

Question: Can my Corsair C28CR be safely lifted using the lifting eye bolts with the mast raised? Name: Martin Lawrence Boat_Type: C28CR Answer: Hi Martin, Yes, you can lift the boat with the lifting U bolts, whether the mast is up in position or laying on deck. You should be mindful that the lifting slings do not interfere with the cap shrouds or diamond wires on mast. To avoid this from happening, you will need to use a spreader bar. When lifting, take care as the center of weight will have... Read More »
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12 More Reasons Why Corsair’s are the Best

Your next big adventure is right around the corner! Our multihull sailboats are known in the industry for the best trailerable catamarans and trimarans. Here are 12 reasons why Corsair’s are the best:  1. Extraordinary speed and effortless acceleration are trademarks of Corsairs. Their ability to fly on a puff or generate their own high-power apparent wind is legendary. Without a lead keel to create drag, and with tangible buoyancy in construction technique and materials, Corsairs are... Read More »
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