Two new Corsairs
After having been bought up by Seawind Catamarans and having had a few problems, things are back on track for Corsair Marine, which has just announced two new boats.
First of all, the Dash 750 MK II, which was launched at the last Düsseldorf boat show and was very succesful. The idea of this new version of the Dash is to offer more living space aboard and extra comfort, with a revised interior and even some woodwork inside. All this whilst keeping the trimaran's excellent hull, its performance and of course, its essential folding and transportable nature.
But the real new boat from the builder, which is now based in Vietnam, is the Cruze 970, which replaces the Corsair 31 in the range. A Cruze which is looking to attract lovers of blue water cruising, with a very nice interior area reminiscent of the Corsair 37, in a reasonable size and for a price which is advertised as very reasonable (US$ 156,200 exc. tax, ex-works).
Discover it on: www.corsairmarine.com