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Corsair Trimarans

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Dash to Neptune

The Neptune Regatta. WOW what an adventure. A full length glossy article will be appearing in the next issue of Changi Log that is due in the ‘shops’ in another week but if you would like to download the fully pimped pdf you can do so at, http://www.prosailasia.com/Pro_Sail_Asia/Media_files/Dash%20To%20Neptune.pdf It is about 9mB but the colours … Continue reading

The Dash

As part of ‘product testing’ I’ve spent the last two nights sleeping in the “floating studio”! First night I tried the vee-berth and then last night I tried the main berth – both were very comfortable! Not only did I have a good sleep but managed to get some interesting images of the dash at … Continue reading

Dash 750 in Singapore…

Corsairs Dash 750 was a nominee for the European Boat of the Year, and we have just received our first one in Singapore. The Dash compliments a Sprint and a 28RS that are already in Changi Sailing Club. There is some interest from some in the keelboat fleet simply because, “you can go fast, still … Continue reading

A star is born…

We have just received our first Dash in Singapore, what a cool machine! The container doors were opened at 9:30am and by 1:30pm she was mostly assembled just in time for Phil and Zam to come from the factory to check our handy work. By 11am the next day, we were all enjoy the first … Continue reading

What could be better?

Now what could be better than having your boat tied up in your backyard? Having two boats tied up! Maybe ┬ábut the 28R is a good place to start… just the right size, big enough to cruise, comfortable enough to sleep on yet enough ‘R’ to put the R into Racing! This is a little … Continue reading

Corsair C28RS – secret location testing!

This was one of those nice ‘projects’. Sailing out of a top secret location somewhere near Pattaya (but more on that in another post). Can you imagine, a new F28R trimaran tied up to the dock in your back yard, cast off, trundle down the waterway and your in the Gulf of Thailand! NICE! On … Continue reading

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