NEW / Corsair 760

The Corsair 760 the new 24’ pocket rocket. 

When it comes to multihulls of this size, Corsair is virtually the only game in town.  The yard has built over 700 boats in this size, with the predecessor Dash 750 remarkable in its success over nearly a decade.  So to balance honoring the family history, while moving the design forward is no mean feat.  Design talent was brought in from France, Germany, and Australia to meet the challenge.  Here are the design highlights of the latest Corsair:

  • Increased performance: 15% increase in righting moment, and a 2.5 Degree lower heel angle at comparable wind speeds, contribute to making this boat faster and easier to handle.
  • Full gelcoat headliner in a matte finish – making the interior brighter, more spacious feeling, but softer in its cabin atmosphere, while also being easier to maintain.
  • Upgraded Galley – now more usable, and modern, and very easy to clean.
  • New Fabrics – the look of this interior considers owners from all over the world. The new interior is full of gentle aesthetics reflecting a high-quality finish.
  Perus Yacht Designs  have been brought back onboard after an extremely successful design program on the Pulse 600 project. Working in collaboration with Romain Scolari and Jonas Hertwig on engineering and interior design, the trio are already well into the project with the first Corsair 760s shipping now to worldwide destinations.  The Corsair 760 offers owners more comfort, while offering gains in performance and safety. All three categories being essential for any successful Corsair model. Larger volume floats with reverse bows and a low center of buoyance have offered a 15% increase in righting moment and a 2.5° reduction in heel angle at comparable wind speeds. The lower rocker design will also reduce pitching and hobby horsing.  All these features will offer significant performance gains but do not come at the sacrifice of safety, in fact with the larger righting moments and ultra modern float design the safety factor is significantly increased.   Contact Richard Allen / info@180marine.com for further information on the Corsair 760.

Perus Yacht Designs have been brought back onboard after an extremely successful design program on the Pulse 600 project. Working in collaboration with Romain Scolari and Jonas Hertwig on engineering and interior design, the trio are already well into the project with the first Corsair 760s shipping now to worldwide destinations.

The Corsair 760 offers owners more comfort, while offering gains in performance and safety. All three categories being essential for any successful Corsair model. Larger volume floats with reverse bows and a low center of buoyance have offered a 15% increase in righting moment and a 2.5° reduction in heel angle at comparable wind speeds. The lower rocker design will also reduce pitching and hobby horsing.  All these features will offer significant performance gains but do not come at the sacrifice of safety, in fact with the larger righting moments and ultra modern float design the safety factor is significantly increased.

Contact Richard Allen / info@180marine.com for further information on the Corsair 760.

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