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Corsair F-24 MkII

US $35,900






24 ft

Hull Material


Engine/Fuel Type




About this Boat

A hard to find recent model of the popular Corsair F-24 Mk II, in excellent condition. New sails,  motor, nets, covers, and a nice aluminum trailer. 

This Corsair 24 MKII is an exceptional example at a great price. It's an easily trailerable sport boat with a shallow draft. As with other Corsair trimarans, the transition from trailering to sailing can be done easily by one person in less than an hour. The mast can be raised or lowered using the winch on the trailer, or after launching on the water if preferred using a sheet winch. Everything about this boat is designed to get you on the water and across the water quickly, and comfortably. Sails, nets, motor, recently replaced. Needs nothing.


  • Designer: Ian Farrier
  • Keel: Centerboard


  • LOA: 24.17 ft
  • Beam: 17.92 ft
  • LWL: 23.58 ft
  • Maximum Draft: 4.67 ft
  • Maximum Displacement:
  • Dry Weight: 1,800 lb

Additional Details

Manufacturer Provided Description

The F-24 Mk II is a compact, easily trailerable, folding trimaran that is ideal for day sailing or racing. With its roomy cabin and optional cruising amenities, the F-24 also becomes a highly mobile pocket cruiser. But it's the amazing performance - with 20-knots plus speed capability - that sets the F-24 apart. The F-24 is a tough, lightweight sport boat that is exceptionally fast, responsive and safe to sail. In recognition of its versatility and broad-based appeal, the F-24 won the "Performance Multihull" title in Sailing World's 1996 Boat of the Year competition. The F-24 has a surprisingly roomy cabin. The two single settees in the cabin and a V-berth forward can sleep four. The mast is easily raised or lowered by one person using the trailer winch or one of the jib sheet winches. The sail plan gives the F-24 excellent performance in a wide range of conditions and is easy to handle. The F-24 employs a single, carbon-reinforced daggerboard situated in the main hull. This is an efficient foil of uniform section that minimizes drag while enhancing lift, boat speed and overall performance.


All berths have cushions
V berth in forepeak
opening hatch above V berth
two single settees in main cabin


hatches in both floats
cockpit cushions
grey bow nets
grey wing nets—less than one year old
full cover
boom awning



Mainsail, square top, Technora triradial, Calvert, new in 2017
Jib, Technora triradial, roller furling, Calvert, new in 2016
Screacher, Kevlar, Smyth, 2005
Spinnaker, nylon, Calvert, 2005

Rigging and sailing equipment

aluminum rotating mast, grey anodized
aluminum roller boom for mainsail furling
four halyards
two self-tailing jib sheet winches, Harken
two non self-tailing spinnaker/screacher sheet winches, Harken
spinnaker control kit including flip-up aluminum bowsprit, dedicated spinnaker halyard
new wing nets
tiller extension
Colligo Marine ELFS roller furling system for jib
synthetic side shrouds
synthetic bob stay
synthetic whisker stays
roller furling system for screacher
lifting eyes
sheets for all sails


Electronics and Electrical

12V electrical system with battery, battery switch and circuit breaker panel
tiller pilot


Techsun aluminum single axle trailer, aluminum
spare wheel and spare hub mounted on trailer
side guide
stainless steel hardware


Danforth type anchor



Windcraft 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.

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.

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