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Dash 750: A trimaran which will blow you away!

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Successfully evolved from the Corsair 24, the Dash 750 is an incredibly attractive little trimaran which still cuts it. On the water, the log screams with top speeds of 20 knots, all without heel, obviously, and without stress… An amazing machine!

Since the launch of the Corsair 24 in 1992, the yard has built no less than 700 trimarans of this size. Here’s the quick version of the backstory: The Corsair 24 MKII was launched in 1998, followed by the Sprint - a more streamlined version, but featuring more basic accommodation - in 2006. The more modern Dash 750 that we are interested in, was first seen in 2009. This was followed by the Sprint MKI in 2011, before a new Dash deck layout (the MKII in 2013). This model was replaced in 2017 by the Dash 760 - it is easily recognized by the inverted bows of the floats. A higher performance version, the 760R, was launched in 2018. The common feature of all these models is a system of folding the floats that allows you to slip into a standard berth and transport the boat by road without the constraint of a long and tedious disassembly.

 

A well-built and functional trimaran

The hull and deck are made of fiberglass with a PVC core: certainly the best compromise in terms of strength, lightness and ease of repair. The folding system, used since the very first models the yard produced, is perfectly operational and optimized. As for the appendages, the design team opted for a daggerboa...

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