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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / Gas/Petrol
- Located In:
- San Francisco Bay, CA
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- Current Price:
- US$ 167,299
The combination of performance from the award winning Corsair C31 and the spacious comfort of the Corsair 37! The new Cruze 970 is an exciting new model with great sailing pedigree and packed with fantastic new features as the latest model from the design team at Corsair Marine.
Prior to the development of the 32ft Cruze 970, over 300 C31s were delivered to owners all around the world making this model one of the most successful trimarans in the world. The C31 was chosen for its great sailing qualities & rugged construction for a number of epic adventures in the Arctic including an incredible voyage through the notorious North West and East West Passages in a single season. However most were used for cruising and racing.
The Cruze 970 is an evolution of the C31 popular design but with greater comfort and amenities similar to that found on the larger C37. The 970 is also slightly longer than the C31 and the deck has been raised creating approximately 15 percent additional inside space. Most importantly, there is full standing headroom in the saloon area.
The saloon area is finished with a clean, white GRP liner. The galley is larger with additional drawers and ample storage. The forward and aft bunks are now longer and wider giving more generous accommodation area for crew. The 970 also caters for privacy with a fully enclosed head.
The more functional cockpit has been extended and an aft deck mainsheet track facilitates free movement within the cockpit. The raised, side seating increases both comfort and visibility (a great design feature taken from the highly successful C37).
For sailing performance, the high volume floats have been designed with additional buoyancy giving the Cruze 970 greater stability and comfort for all her passengers.
As always, Corsair’s trusted folding system, proven in over 2,000 Corsairs ensures that road trailering remains easy. The retractable dagger board and rudder enable the boat to be floated in just inches of water or pushed up onto the beach when enjoying cruising adventures with family and friends.
Standard features include:
Cruising mainsail & jib with boom cover
Rotating aluminium wing mast with main, jib, screecher and spinnaker halyard controls at the mast with clutches and Harken 35.2 mast mounted winch; aluminium roller furling boom with internal outhaul and in boom hardware for jibby or slab reefing; stainless steel forestay with Harken headsail furler & furling line and synthetic cap shrouds; 2 x Harken 40.2 self-tailing primary winches; 2x Harken 40.2 coaming winches; rotator; dagger board; Harken 8:1 mainsheet system with Harken windward sheeting traveller car
1 x Lewmar 44 foredeck hatch; 2 x Lewmar 10 cabin top hatches; 1 x Lewmar 70 aft cabin hatch; 2 x Lewmar 30 float hatches; 3 x Lewmar opening port light aft; full set of fly screens
Cockpit tiller arm + extension
tiller link accessories for outboard steering
Anchor locker with latchable lid
Pulpit with LED navigation lights
Bulkhead mounted compass
Mast mounted VHF antenna
Tinted polycarbonate side cabin windows and drop in companionway wash boards
Cockpit storage compartments; molded compartment for safety equipment in coaming
Storm rails with custom helm double seating
Grey wing nets, hiking straps and bow nets
Transom mounted boarding ladder with pressurised cold water transom shower
Electrical system with breaker panel and meter; 12v accessory outlet and master switch; LED navigation lighting; LED red/white lights in forward, main and aft cabins; provision for 2 x 12v battery; gas detector with safety shut off valve
Carpeted interior in forward and aft cabins with cushions in a range of colours
Synthetic timber flooring in saloon area
Fresh water and waste holding tanks
Jabsco manual toilet in fully molded area
Floor sump pump; self draining 49 liter (13 US gallons) holding tank
Capacity up to 8
Built to ISO and CE International standards
Carbon reinforced vacuum formed construction methods
Corsair Marine has been building the world's best trailerable sailing trimarans since 1985 and now has over 1,600 sailing waters throughout the US, Europe, Australia, Asia and South America.
So, why are Corsair Marine's trimarans so popular? Well, you can:
* Fold the floats (amas) in minutes.
* Lower the mast by yourself (no need to wait for the marina's heavy lifting equipment).
* Store your Corsair in a mono's berth or on a trailer on the hard (reducing/eliminating storage and maintenance costs)
* Drive the boat (at 100km/hr) to where you really want to enjoy your sailing (at up to 20+ knots!).
* Enjoy an amazing day, weekend, week or month cruising with the family.
* Sail in those longer, more testing, regattas. Compete strongly and complete easily. Pack up the Corsair on the trailer. Drive home. And do enjoy a well earned beer while the slower boats are still finishing!
Price shown is FOB the factory. Options, shipping, commissioning, and local taxes may apply.
Call Gary Helms at (510) 865-2511 or Frank Rowden (512) 750-5735
Please contact helms User at 510-865-2511
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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