About this Boat
"BLANC" is a full Carbon RS 37 Corsair Trimaran
• Carbon Hull
• Carbon Rotating Mast
• Carbon Boom
• New Raymarine instrumentation in 2018
• New Raymarine GPS dragonfly 5 in 2019 ;
• New Doyle sails with 5 years warranty in 2018
• New Forestay in May 2019
It's quite deceiving from the outside, but the owner is 6'6" and has room to spare in the saloon. Bed in aft cabin is about 7' long.
Current Owner purchased BLANC in February 2017 in St. Maarten.
Living the dream, he sailed to Guadeloupe, Bonaire, Curacao, Aruba, and Cartagena on his way to his home in Panama. Sailed for a year around the San Blas islands, then to San Andres island and Providencia.
When it came time to move on to another boat, he departed to Florida's Key West, with a stop in Cancun.
When he contacted us at The Multihull Company, I suggested bringing BLANC to the capital market for catamarans. He arrived in Fort Lauderdale on May 12th, 2019.
BLANC has a new forestay now here in Hallandale, and is easy to show in a private marina dock.
Here are some interesting performance data points:
It's a little hard to understand the Belgium owner's recordings, so here is a summarized transcription of some performance points:
100 nm in 10 hours. So average of 10nm/hr with winds of 8-10 knots.
Top speed was 19.6 knots with 13 to 15 knots windspeed
Key West to Fort Lauderdale:
With Main and Jib, did 7 knots in 6 to 8 knots of wind speed.
When wind came on the beam, he added the Screecher and boat speed increased from 7 to 17 knots. More than twice wind speed.
Remember, this is a carbon fiber boat. Hull, mast, boom, bowsprit. Even the dining table is carbon fiber.
- Designer: Corsair Marine
- Keel: Lifting Keel
- LOA: 37 ft
- Beam: 25.58 ft
- LWL: 35 ft
- Maximum Draft: 6 ft
- Maximum Displacement:
- Dry Weight: 6,172 lb
Additional DetailsManufacturer Provided Description
Corsair has taken our experience over the last 20-plus years building the world's number one folding trailerable trimarans to the next level. We have created the perfect answer for those experienced sailors who want the comforts of a cruising monohull, the flat sailing of a big catamaran and the speed, safety and unsinkability of a Corsair Trimaran. Our Corsair 37 is engineered and designed with the serious blue water cruiser in mind. The Corsair 37 features a shallow draft with retractable daggerboard and rudder for exploring, an aluminum rotating wing mast, carbon fiber bowsprit, and quality deck hardware. It boasts an intelligently designed deck layout that leads all control lines aft to the cockpit for ease of sail handling and control. The interior of this larger Corsair brings more of the amenities you've come to expect from our larger boats: a functional yet spacious galley, pressurized hot and cold water, ample cabinet and storage space, comfortable curved settee with seating for six, enclosed head with molded in vanity with sink and shower attachment. Forward a spacious v-berth easily sleeps two adults in unmatched comfort. There is ample storage and lighting provided in the v-berth. Additional sleeping accommodations for two can be found in a cozy under cockpit bunk or in a spacious aft-cabin, depending on model. Standard power for the 37 is provided by a 15hp 4-stroke with electric start. The standard sail plan includes a fully battened square top main sail, hank on or roller furling jib with an optional asymmetrical spinnaker and screacher easily flown from the retractable carbon fiber bow sprit.Additional Description
Folded beam meaures 9'10".Disclaimer
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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