Corsair Dash 750 Mk II
About this Boat
No expense spared to equip and maintain this superb 2016 model Corsair Dash 750 MkII. The Dash has higher buoyancy floats (amas) than the Corsair Sprint Mk I enabling it to handle more power under all points of sail, and deal with rough water better. The Dash MkII has more headroom in the V berth area and a number of other improvements over the Dash Mk I. Upgraded spec on this particular Dash includes racing sails, enhanced purchase on mainsheet, main halyard, and mainsheet traveler as well as a very nice aluminum trailer with all stainless steel hardware. Plus other items too numerous to mention here but listed below.
This Dash Mk II is typically dry sailed occasionally in the spring and fall, and has been stored indoors summers and winters. Needs nothing, ready to sail immediately.
- Keel: Centerboard
- LOA: 24 ft
- Beam: 18 ft
- Maximum Draft:
- Maximum Displacement:
- Dry Weight:
All in excellent condition
mainsail, square top, triradial carbon fiber/Technora Doyle Sails 2016
jib, roller furling, triradial carbon fiber/Technora Doyle Sails 2016
screacher, triradial CZ cloth, Smyth Sails 2016
spinnaker, roller furling, asymmetrical, Glaser Sails, 2016
spinnaker, asymmetrical, Smyth Sails 2014
rotating aluminum wing mast
synthetic side shrouds for mast
roller furling aluminum boom with internal outhaul tackle
aluminum bowsprit, retractable for docking
mainsheet system upgraded to windward sheeting car
4 sheet winches
mast rotation control tackle
mainsail downhaul tackle
sleeping accommodation for 4
cushions for all settees and berths
interior dining table
pop-top with gas assist struts
interior lights, LED
12V electrical system with 78 amp-hour 12V AGM Grpup 24 deep cycle battery, battery on/off switch and circuit breaker panel
battery charging via engine alternator and solar panel
NOCO eyelet terminal cable attached to battery, accepts cable from NOCO battery charger (charger does not convey)
LED lighting throughout
solar panel with controller, for battery charging
GPS chartplotter: Garmin GPSMAP 500 series chart plotter mounted on swing-out arm, with depth sounder
tiller pilot: Raymarine ST 1000
Upgrades and improvements
Cabin top winches upgraded to self-tailing size 20 (smaller size 16 non self-tailing were standard on Dash 750)
Composite dagger board made by Corsair
Racing sail upgrade: Doyle main, Doyle roller furling jib ~143sq ft, Smyth Screecher ~262 sq ft, Glaser Sails roller furling spinnaker ~370 sq ft, Smyth asymmetric spinnaker ~620 sq ft
Schaefer Snap Furl CF-700 jib furler with flexible plastic extrusion. Block installed on bow directs jib furling line to avoid chafe
Custom padded S shaped support for jib furler secures it to the mast base when mast is down
Jib and screecher sheets upgraded to 5/16 inch Alpha Ropes SSR
2:1 purchase main halyard with Tylaska shackle
Mainsheet system purchase increased to 10:1 (stock system is 6:1). Mainsheet replaced with better handling line, Alpha Ropes SSR
Traveler upgraded with Harken windward sheeting car adapter kit, purchase increased to 4:1. Traveler line upgraded to better handling 5/16 Alpha ropes SSR.
Two eye straps placed on aft end of boom for the mainsail clew reefing line, directing its pull down and aft for a flatter reefed mainsail.
Downhaul attachment on port and starboard side of mast (stock mast had it only on starboard side and mainsail’s down haul attachment is on the port side)
Halyard cleats on mast upgraded to stronger versions
Proper horn cleats installed at port and starboard stern cleats for securing anchor and dock lines
Jib cover, ATN, to protect jib when mast is up and jib is furled. Hoisted with spinnaker halyard. Built in tightening lines.
Colligo Marine synthetic shrouds (better adjustment system than stock)
Custom Colligo Marine bobstay system with 4:1 purchase allows easy tensioning and loosening of bobstay while standing on the bow, enabling the bowsprit to be extended and retracted easily.
2016 Tohatsu MFS6CS L S-SPR 6 hp outboard with 20 inch shaft and alternator: Ethanol free fuel used exclusively.
Fuel always completely drained from engine and carburetor each time boat was placed on the trailer.
Engine and lower unit oil changed once or twice annually.
Engine tiller holder installed - keeps engine in fixed position when motoring forward.Trailer
Magic Tilt aluminum road trailer, single axle
Torsion axle suspension
spare wheel and tire
all new tires November 2019
Fortress FX 11 anchor with chain and 1⁄2 inch rope
4 dock lines
Miscellaneous tools and safety equipment
All equipment for mast raising and lowering
All equipment for trailering--front and rear mast supports, tie downs etc.
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