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DASH 750 At 20 knots on three legs!

Published on 01 april 2011 at 0h00

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Did you like the Corsair 24? If so, you are going to love the Dash 750! More powerful and with a bigger sail area, on the water it proves to be even more exciting than its older sister. A thoroughbred which knows how to be discrete in the marina and on the road. Fasten your harnesses, and come with us!

Quite frankly, you could ask yourself if Corsair Marine’s directors really needed to replace their 24. The builder’s smallest model, 250 examples of which have been built, had everything it needed to appeal! But we admit that a slight rejuvenation, after 15 years’ good and loyal service could not do any harm... So, what’s new? The R & D department have essentially worked on the ‘engine’. The stepped central hull has been retained, but boosted by a mast which is 1 metre taller. And to take the extra m² - 5 to windward, more than 15 with the asymmetric spinnaker - the architects have designed new floats. Finally, 20% more volume, and a flatter bottom aft to encourage planing. The assembly method has also been developed: hull and deck are fitted into each other, and no longer just bonded. Slightly re-vamped inside and given a punchy patronymic – Dash – the new trimaran is also available in a day-boat version under the name Sprint 750. The machine retains the embryo of a coachroof, just enough to house a double berth, and has an XXL-sized cockpit. An excellent support for raids! But let’s return to our Dash, which we found in its sailing configuration, that is, unfolded. The system ...

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