Corsair 880 and 880 Sport

Cruising, Racing, and Day Sailing

Corsair 880

An all-new Corsair, and the legitimate heir to the trimaran revolution started by the Hall-of-Fame anointed F-27 in 1986. The pinnacle of trimaran design, this built from the ground up Corsair has full boat systems – meaning electric lighting, refrigeration, manual or electric toilet, and even air conditioning is available. A small generator complements a lightweight air conditioning or heating unit, and providing comfortable electrical independence when cruising in hot or cold climes. In true Corsair fashion, that generator and air conditioner are removable to reduce excess weight when racing, or reduce trailer weight when on the road. And this is where the 880 is the revolutionary boat it promises – all of that comes in a folding, trailerable package well below the trailering weight limit of most passenger cars.
L.O.A.: 28’ 8” (8.8m)
Beam: 22’ 3” (6.8m)
Beam folded: 8’ 2” (2.5m)
Draft D/B up: 1’ 5” (0.45m)
Draft D/B down: 5’ 3” (1.6m)
Mast length: 39’ 4” (12m)
Mainsail: 364.9 sq ft 33.9 sq m
Unladen weight: 3,659 lbs 1,660 kg
Max. recommended auxiliary: 15 hp

Additional Features

  • 5: 1 cunning ham & 6: 1 mainsheet; 6: 1 large sheet block; 2: 1 traveler.
  • Retractable dagger board & rudder blade
  • Electrical equipment with control BEP panel; LED navigation lights and anchor light, LED interior lighting, 12V socket and battery switch. (Battery not included)
  • Rear-mounted swim ladder.
  • Anchor locker with hatch and pulpit.
  • Gray, PVC-coate net trampolines, as well as bow nets.
  • Laminated security compartment and cockpit storage.
  • Load capacity of up to 10 persons
  • Carbon-reinforced vacuum formed construction
  • Built according to ISO and CE International Standards

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