The Corsair 760 takes 1st at Kiel Week multihull race

The  Kiel Week regatta in Kiel, Germany is a huge special and the biggest sailing event in the world.Multihull's from all over Europe are invited to take part in the Welcome Race, kicking off the regatta.  This year a number of Dragonfly trimarans joined the multihull's along with the new Corsair 760 . Just five minutes before the ORC classes the Multihulls were off on their course.  The distance race from Kiel to Eckernfoerde covered 27 miles enjoyed good winds of 18+kts testing the boats on... Read More »
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A trailerable sailboat the whole family can enjoy!

Why a trimaran you might ask? Well, the purist will tell you that there is nothing just quite like sailing a Corsair trimaran, the speed and acceleration experienced cannot be matched by any keel boat around and if your not sailing fast, you're not really sailing! True, but the new Corsair 760 is much more than just another fast ride. This compact 24' trailer sailor has been designed to please the while family. At just 24' and under 1000kg this nifty, folding trimaran can be towed by almost any... Read More »
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Corsair 760 Trimaran Test Sail Review

Last week saw the launch of not one, but two of Corsairs newest 24’ trimarans, the Corsair 760. Hulls 1 and 2 were launched within hours of each other though each was sailed on opposite sides of the world. This enabled both boats to simultaneously sailed and tested in very different conditions. One, tested by our brave colleagues in Germany who have been waiting for the ice to melt all winter, finally were able to throw on their dry suits and brave the icy conditions in winds in the upper 20’s... Read More »
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Corsair 760 #1 on her way to Dusseldorf. And a special offer!

  Yesterday the very first Corsair 760 was completed and left our shipyard.  We are extremely excited to share these sneak peek pictures of Corsair 760 number 1!  She will have a striking green and chrome wrap, which you can see for yourself at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2017.   And here is a special offer for those of you closely following developments at Corsair Marine.  To kick off the launch of the Corsair 760, our Marketing team has invested in 5 sets of Carbon Fibre Bowsprit upgrade packs.  ... Read More »
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Western Circuit Regatta Results and Special Pricing on Sprint 750's

Congratulations to Deborah Barker and her crew on Deb's Dash on winning the Western Circuit Sailing Regatta trimaran class in Singapore.  They did it in some style, never scoring worse than 2nd place in all 9 races!  Scott McCook and Foreign Talent managed the same feat - taking 4 bullets and 3 x 2nd places, but a damaged sail wrote off 2 races and Deb's Dash had left them no room for error.   While not limited to Corsairs, the fleet did contain a total of 5 Dash 750's or Sprint 750's - the... Read More »
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SERENITY Saison 2014

Great video of Serenity, a Corsair F24. Looks like a fun time you guys had out on the water, and we are loving this music too! Check it out! Want to share your Corsair video? Send us the link and share your story with us here: SHARE YOUR STORY >>   Read More »
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Down the Rivers on an F-27

This story was shared with us by Corsair enthusiast and F-27 "Nice Tri" owner, Ed Barger. Thank you for sharing your Corsair sailing adventure with us, Ed! Want to share your Corsair sailing adventure with us too? SHARE YOUR STORY >> Event Log of trip down the rivers from Kentucky Dam Marina, Gilbertsville, KY to the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL: Kentucky Lake, Tennessee River, Pickwick Lake, Tenn-Tom Waterway, Tombigbee River, (12 Locks) Mobile River, Mobile Bay, ICW, Pensacola Bay.... Read More »
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Tres Marrant F24 - 2014 Season Highlight Video

The Tres Marrant raced through their 2014 season! Watch this awesome highlight video Pat from Quebec, Canada shared with us!       "We're flyin' on the water!"  Take a look at their previous article posted in July: Prelude to our 2014 Season >> Want to submit your own story to our Corsair Community? Share Your Story >> ...or read what others have shared! >>   Read More »
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Rudder Lifting Mechanism

We received the following question from a Corsair Marine Facebook fan via the Corsair Marine Facebook page: Question: Hello--I was wondering if you could share any close up photos of the rudder lifting mechanism--I recently bought an 06 F24 and I don't think it's rigged correctly. Thanks! - Kristopher Pfotenhauer Answer: Hi Kristopher, Thank you for messaging this question to us on our Corsair Marine Facebook page! We wanted to share it with all Corsair Community members, so we are posting it in... Read More »
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Tres Marrant: The Prelude to our 2014 Season

Check out this awesome Share Your Story submitted by Pat from Quebec, Canada! This story features a 45 second trailer video about the Le Très Marrant F-24 Corsair trimaran, all prepped and ready for the 2014 Season. Thanks for sharing your story, Pat! "We don't take ourself seriously.. unless you wanna race!!" You might also want to check out the highlight video for the Le Très Marrant 2013 Season >> Want to submit your own story to our Corsair Community? Share Your Story >> ...or read what... 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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Summer Sailstice, WCM Style!

The Summer Sailstice is almost here! Get ready for the fun! Join in on the fun with "The Summer Sailstice" on June 21st! It is now a world-wide event that celebrates all we love about sailing! Join West Coast Multihull at our new Sunroad Marina location for a party, if you can't be on your own boat that evening, or are between boats, or a boat short... We can help you with that, too. Hope to see you there! More info here >> We encourage non-Corsair owners to join us too and help crew the boats,... Read More »
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Our first season

Our first season on "Le Très Marrant", our Corsair F24 trimaran Name: Pat! State: Quebec Country: Canada Read More »
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Next San Francisco Bay Race for Corsair 24s and 750s - March 29

Next San Francisco Bay race for the Corsair 24s and Corsair 750s: The doublehanded SSS Corinthian Regatta on Saturdau, March 29, in the central Bay, which starts and finishes off at Corinthian Yacht Club in Raccoon Strait. Who's in? (I will link the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions when they post at http://sfbaysss.org/)   Read More »
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Corsair F-24 Trimaran Boat Review by BoatUS

As a F-24 owner myself, I found this boat review on the Corsair F-24 Trimaran very informative! It is written by Jack Hornor and published by BoatUS. Check out part of the article here: I was a helicopter pilot in the military and whenever rotary wing and fixed wing aviators got together a spirited discussion as to which was the safest to fly was bound to ensue. The helicopter, it was argued, would drop like the proverbial rock from the sky when power was lost and an airplane could glide to a... Read More »
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Sailing the 172 San Juan Islands

I can't wait for our big adventure this summer! Sailing in the San Juan Islands for 2 weeks will be a good get away! Our Corsair F-24 will be a perfect boat to trailer up to the NW. This video is good inspiration! Great music too. Well done.   Read More »
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Lifting Eye Positioning

Question: I need to use the lifting eyes to put the boat on the trailer, but it is not clear to me which are the lifting eyes position! Should I use the eyes positioned on the floats? Or there are 2 "eyes" positioned on the hull where the front arms move? in this case do I use the stern cleat as rear lifting eyes? Thanks for your help! Name: Antoine Boat_Type: F24 MkII Answer: Hi Antoine, Thank you for your question about use of lifting eyes! Always use your Corsair Marine Sailing Manual for the... Read More »
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Corsair Replacement Parts

Need to replace something on your Corsair? Save yourself time and call your Corsair Marine dealer who can provide you with any replacement part for all current Corsair trimarans. Winter is a good time to carefully inspect your boat for broken, aged, or damaged equipment. One area of neglect that we often see on customer’s boats is the running rigging. Halyards and sheets don’t last forever. Sheets and halyards become stiff with embedded salt and degraded by UV. Your Corsair will be much more... Read More »
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Corsair F-24 Trimaran Benefits

Here is a good overview of the Corsair F-24 written up by Jack Hornor. Naval architect Jack Hornor was the principal surveyor and designer for Marine Survey & Design, Co., based in Annapolis, MD. He was on the boards of the American Boat and Yacht Council, the National Association of Marine Surveyors, and the Society of Boat and Yacht Designers. He and his wife sailed their Catalina 42, Legacy, based on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I was a helicopter pilot in the military and whenever rotary wing... Read More »
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A beautiful day on San Francisco Bay

Here is a great resource for sailing on San Francisco Bay. TIde and current information is a must. Resources like sailing schools, yacht clubs, sailing forums, marine classifieds, crew lists and much more. This post was contributed by Corsair 24 Fleet Captain, Ross Stein. He has many other great post on NorCal 24- Facebook You can always tell when a Corsair 24 is going flat out: Even though the crew is well aft, the transom and main hull are rising off the water, but the leeward ama is... Read More »
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