NB&G 2015: Corsair Marine

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CORSAIR

Corsair Marine has a rich 30 year history as the world leader in high quality multihull manufacturing. With more than 2000 trimarans launched, Corsair Marine continues to expand the range and design innovation of its models. New for 2015 will see the launch of the much anticipated PULSE 600. Racers, cruisers, day sailors and blue water adventurers enjoy our unique folding up design which allows for easy transport. The entire Corsair range, from 20’ to 37’ offer sailors high performing versatile boats for serious fun and adventure.

Cruze 970

LOA: 30’ 10” (9.7m)• Beam: 22’7” (9.7m)• Beam folded: 8’ 4”(2.55m) • Draft (hull only) 1’5” Draft D/B down: 6’10’ (2.1m) • Sail Area: 418ft²

Pulse 600 NEW for 2015

LOA: 19’ 8” (6m) • Beam: 14’9” (4.5) • Beam folded: 6’11’ (2.1m) • Draft (hull only) 9” (0.22m)• Draft D/B down: 3’11” • Sail Area: 184 ft² (17.1 m2)

Sprint & Dash MKII

LOA: 24’ 3” (7.39m)• Beam: 17’11” (5.46)• Beam folded: 8’ 2”(2.5) • Draft (hull only) 1’ (0.3m) Draft D/B down: 5’3’ (1.6m) • Sail Area: 268 ft² (24.87)

Corsair 37

LOA: 24’ 3” (6m) • Beam: 17’11” (5.46) • Beam folded: 8’12’ (2.5m) • Draft (hull only) 1” (0.3m)• Draft D/B down: 5’3” • Sail Area: 268 ft² (24.87 m2)

www.corsairmarine.com+84 0 121 208 88 8733

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