2000 Corsair 28R

2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
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2000 Corsair 28R
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2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
2000 Corsair 28R
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2000 Corsair 28R
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2000 Corsair 28R

49,900.00 54,950.00

Located in Navarre, FL

The Corsair F-28R trimaran is an easily trailerable sport boat with shallow draft capability. As with other Corsair trimarans, the transition from trailering to sailing can be done easily by one person in less than an hour. The mast can be raised or lowered using the winch on the trailer, or after launching on the water if preferred using a sheet winch. Everything about the Corsair F-28 R is designed to get you on the water & across the water quickly, comfortably & affordably. The aft-cockpit F-28R version like this one is equipped with a carbon fiber mast, and has a powerful sail plan. Top speed potential is 25 knots, which is an absolute blast, but even in light air she will out sail almost any other boat on the water and can sail at speeds in the high teens easily.


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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Boat Name: Persevere
Year: 2000
Current Price: US$ 54,950
Located in Navarre, FL
Hull Material: Composite
Engine/Fuel Type: Single Gas

Additional Specs, Equipment, and Information:

Boat Name

Builder: Corsair
Designer: Ian Farrier

LOA: 28 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Bridge Clearance: 43 ft 0 in

Engine 1:
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

LOA: 28 ft 5 ins
LWL: 26 ft  3″
BOA: 19 ft 9 ins
Beam folded: 8 ft 2.5 ins
Draft: 14 ins board up/4 ft 11 ins board down
Typical sailing weight: 3000 lbs (with sails and motor)

Mainsail, Knighton, good to very good condition
Jib, Knighton, good to very good condition
Screacher, Knighton, good to very good condition
Jib, Calvert, Technora (original)
Jib, Calvert, Carbon (2003)
Spinnaker, Calvert, original
Two spinnaker launching/storage bags–grey Sunbrella

Electrical system and electronics
12-volt electrical system
Two 12V batteries
Battery switch
Circuit breaker panel
Interior lighting
Running lights
Garmin 491 GPS on swing arm bracket
Raytheon ST1000 tiller pilot
Raytheon ST60 depth display on cabin top instrument nacelle
KVH Sailcomp 103AD digital compass with maxi display on nacelle

Mast, rigging and sailing equipment
Carbon fiber, rotating mast, Omohundro, white
Winches: three self-tailing on cabin top for halyards and jib sheets, two non self tailing on coamings for spinnaker sheets
2:1 main halyard
Two tiller extensions
Sheets for all sails
Two Ronstan blocks with snap shackles for spinnaker sheets
Two Ronstan blocks with snap shackles and two webbing straps for screacher sheets
Lifting eyes (4)
Harken windward sheeting car for mainsheet
Mainsail downhaul/Cunningham multi purchase tackle
Mast rotation control tackle
Harken screacher furling system
Carbon fiber bowsprit
Two winch handles

Grey wing and bow nets, new in 2016; wing nets have integral hiking straps.
Mainsail cover, grey
Full boat cover, grey Sunbrella for mast up or mast down storage
Bottom anti fouling paint
Garelick Sport/Dive ladder, with mount on transom

Grey interior liner
Dark blue cushion cover material
Removable carpet on cabin sole
Porta Potti with privacy curtain

Mooring equipment
Anchor, Fortress FX 11, with chain and rode
Dock lines
Fenders (5)

Toolbox with tools and some spares
Beam bolt wrench
Boat hook
Lifting Bridle
All equipment required for mast raising and lowering, and for supporting mast when boat is on its trailer

Honda 9.9 outboard motor, 2007
Electric start
Two fuel tanks, each 3.5 gallons

Double axle road trailer, F.E. Trailers, galvanized steel
Spare wheel and tire mounted on trailer frame
Tongue jack
Kodiak stainless steel 10 inch disc brakes on all four wheels (presently non functional)