1994 Corsair 31R

1994 Corsair 31R
1994 Corsair 31R
1994 Corsair 31R
1994 Corsair 31R
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1994 Corsair 31R


Year: 1994
Length: 31'
Engine/Fuel Type: Single / Gas/Petrol
Located In: US
Hull Material: Fiberglass

For more information about this boat call Richard Allen at 180 Marine any time including weekends and evenings.

Cell: 303.669.6210

Email: info@180marine.com

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Additional Specs, Equipment, and Information:

Boat Name


Designer: Farrier Marine
Keel: Centerboard
Hull Shape: Trimaran

LOA: 30 ft 10 in
Beam: 22 ft 5 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 3150 lbs
Dry Weight: 3150 lbs

Total Power: 9 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yamaha 4-stroke
Engine Model: Yamaha 4-stroke
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Power: 9 HP

Number of single berths: 4

Manufacturer Provided Description
The F-31R is an enhanced performance version of the well-proven, maxi-trailerable F-31. Like all earlier Corsair sport cruisers, the R version is exceptionally fast, roomy, and comfortable. In this model, however, some traditional cruising amenities have been eliminated to save weight, and a substantially larger sail plan is spread on a modern rotating rig to give the already sporty F-31 an extra jolt of adrenaline that is sure to please the true performance enthusiast. The mast is a beautifully finished carbon fiber rotating wing section developed for Corsair by carbon spar specialist Omohundro. It is two feet, six inches taller than the standard F-31 mast, yet the rig overall is 65 pounds lighter. It is thus even easier to handle than the standard F-31 mast, and with less weight aloft it gives the boat an easier motion, even in chop. The sail plan is simple and efficient with a square-top mainsail, blade jib, asymmetric spinnaker, and screacher. Flown from the end of a seven-foot bowsprit, the roller furling screacher is one of the most powerful and versatile sails in the inventory and can be used to windward in light airs instead of a genoa. Interior moldings and equipment have been kept to a minimum to save weight, which boosts sailing performance. Nevertheless, cabins are spacious with standing headroom, a double bunk forward, and two single settees in the main cabin. Cruising amenities, such as a head and galley, can be selectively added. 

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