We sailed the Pulse 600 all weekend on a windy mountain lake, it performed very well… a real adrenaline generator and no knockdowns. Can’t say that about the J22s, or the U20’s. On the Pulse 600 going upwind, the high volume leeward float never looked like it would bury itself or create excessive drag.
Gusts up to 41 knots, often steady at 20-25, if you call that steady. Below is a shot of a top team on their J22, with my friend Ralph swimming behind the boat.
What’s that? Is it an airplane? The Pulse attracted a lot of attention up at the Aspen Open!
We're excited about the all new Pulse 600. For more information on the Pulse or sailing in the Rocky Mountain region contact Richard Allen / firstname.lastname@example.org
Something new is happening this year at the 2016 Dillon Open.
There will be a One-Design Pulse 600 Fleet racing together for the first time. Five new Corsair Pulse 600’s are expected to make up the Corsair multihull fleet. These all-new trimarans are expected to outperform previous designs up to 28 feet. Three boats are arriving from Houston, Texas from The Yacht Sales Company and two from Denver, Colorado from 180 Marine.