Introducing the 37RS Carbon Offshore Cruiser Racer the most technologically advanced Corsair yet.

Price, $349,000 USD nicely equipped and delivered in the U.S.

Featuring a full carbon fibre build, the Corsair 37RS’ lightweight construction and high strength realises the boat’s potential. Both Corsair 37s feature shallow draft with retractable dagger board and rudder for exploring; a carbon rotating wing mast and quality deck hardware. They boast an intelligently designed deck layout with halyards, topping lift, reefing and outhaul controlled at the mast.

Lightweight construction and high strength is unbeatable.

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All other control lines go to the cockpit for ease of sail handling and control.
The interior brings more of the amenities you have come to expect from our larger boats; a functional yet spacious galley, ample cabinet and storage space, comfortable curved setee with seating for six, enclosed head with molded-in vanity with sink and shower attachment. Forward, a spacious V berth easily sleeps two adults in comfort. Additional sleeping accommodation for two are in the spacious aft cabin; and the dining area converts to an additional bunk in the main cabin.

”For those of you who like trimarans but want to sail further (and faster), the builder is also offering the Corsair 37CR (and RS), a top of the range boat which offers the comfort of a cruising monohull, the catamaran’s comfortable flat sailing and the speed and excitement of a trimaran… this is a real long distance cruising boat… and a fast one!”
— Multihulls World Magazine
Corsair 37 RS Carbon

Standard features include:

  • Lightweight, high strength carbon fiber skins on the main hull and deck, floats and interior furniture
  • Cruising main and roller furling jib from North Sails and mainsail lazy cradle
  • Lightweight aluminium folding system
  • Rotating carbon wing section mast with main, jib spinnaker and screecher halyards; carbon boom with internal outhaul land in-boom hardware for slab reefing; stainless steel headstay and synthetic shrouds; two Harken B40.2 self tailing primary winches on cabin top; two 10″ handles; two Harken B32.2 self tailing halyard winches on mast with four Spinlock XCS rope clutches; two Harken 42.2 A main sheet winches; two Harken 42.2 coaming winches; 4:1 Harken traveler control; one Harken Big Boat Series traveler car; two jib sheets
  • Carbon fibre bow sprit with deck hardware for spinnaker and screecher
  • Harken Unit 1 jib furler
  • One fore deck hatch; two 10 x 10 main cabin hatches (one in head area & one in main cabin); one hatch on each float (ama); escape hatch in aft cabin.3 port lights and one aft access hatch
  • Self-draining anchor locker
  • Electrical system with breaker panel; test meter; 12v accessory outlet and dual battery selectors switch; navigation; fore deck and cabin lights (does not include batteries)
  • Compass and VHF mast head antenna
  • Tinted polycarbonate cabin windows and hatch boards
  • Two cockpit storage compartments
  • Pulpit and stern rails with custom seating
  • Grey wing and bow nets
  • Built in 12v refrigeration
  • Main cabin galley area with pressure coldwater; two -burner alcohol stove and stainless steel sink
  • Enclosed head compartment with vanity, shower and pump out system
  • Range of interior upholstered cushions; main cabin table
  • Boarding ladder with transom mounting
  • Transom shower
  • Capacity up to 12
  • Built to ISO and CE International standards
  • Sailing Manual
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“We have now spent two great winters in the Caribbean living on the boat and have cruised over 11,000 nautical miles. The boat reaches at close to wind speed even when loaded down for cruising and I can usually average 11 knots on long passages (Massachusetts to Bermuda in 2.5 days and Bermuda to St. Martin in 3.5 days).”
— – Brian Mann, Corsair 37 owner quoted in My Sailing.

This is a real long distance cruising boat...and a fast one!