New Corsaire

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Manfred.pech, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. Manfred.pech
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  2. Tom.151
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    Just plain eFFing ugly to my eye.

    Retro to the oldies from SoCal high volume / low priced mono builders.

    Looks like a design from an intern - one that's never been on the foredeck of a small boat when the stuff hits the fan.

    My 4 cents,
     
  3. lucdekeyser
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    " one that's never been on the foredeck of a small boat when the stuff hits the fan."
    please explain as I will visit the boat at Dusseldorf boat show this weekend.
    Thank you.
     
  4. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    I'm not really a fan of any of the smaller trailerable trimarans as far as foredeck safety. I think they are all feel pretty unsafe up there in any sort of short chop. A better system could be to have less in the way of work required at the mast base with all lines leading back to the cockpit but that would impact on setup and packup time for trailering.
     
  5. redreuben
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    redreuben redreuben

    It looks very retro, Looks very budget driven as well, you have six sheets of mdf and x hours, design a new deck !
     
  6. DennisRB
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    Its obviously all about interior space. We all know the wife has to agree and if its ugly as all fk but has a little more space inside than the other version that's the one she will want.

    Regards, Dennis. Single again and hopefully forever this time :p
     

  7. Manfred.pech
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