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2023 Corsair 880 - New Boat
Year 2023
Length 8.8m / 29 Ft
Price $138,250
Location UK - S England
VAT Paid No
Boat Ref 14493
2023 Corsair 880 - New Boat
Less of an evolution, more of a complete keel up redesign on the original F27. The Corsair 880 is a fully specified family cruiser with the performance to satisfy the hardiest sailor, all light enough to be towed by the average family SUV. The Corsair 880 has full boat systems and is designed to be a holiday cruiser for up to five people. An aft cabin, an enclosed heads and shower and full standing headroom in the main cabin give the interior a light airy and spacious feel. The reverse bows, trimaran hydrodynamics and performance rig give the 880 excellent sailing ability to make the trip to your next cruising destination lots of fun.
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Broker Comments
The boat advertised here is a new boat and the price quoted is the current list price without options or delivery.
Boat Details
  • Length
  • 8.8m / 29 Ft
  • Draft
  • 0.45m / 1 Ft / Max: 1.6m / 5 Ft
  • Berths
  • 5
  • Beam
  • 6.8m / 22 Ft
  • Displacement
  • 1.63 Tonnes
  • Keel
  • Daggerboard
  • SAD
  • 37.19
  • Structure
  • GRP
  • Builder
  • Corsair Marine
  • Designer
  • Corsair Marine
  • Rig
  • Carbon rotating wing section mast 12.5M, Dyneema shrouds, Stainless steel forestay, carbon roller boom, hank on jib, mainsail cover.
  • Sails






Mainsail Dacron New
Jib Dacron New
  • Comments
  • All interior white flowcoat finish with white floor with EVA (foam) covering, Saloon table converts to single bunk. Spacious galley and worktops, alcohol stove, stainless steel sink, manual pump water system.
  • Hulls Headroom
  • Saloon Headroom
  • Make
  • Type
  • Details
  • Ground Tackle
  • Dinghy

These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract. Survey by a qualified marine surveyor is strongly recommended.