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Corsair 31 Trimaran?

Ok, I know, way out of my leauge for the moment, but for coastal cruising, Pacific, Mexico, and central America, What are your thoughs on these?

I know they wont point as well, and I know they''re a little cramped (I was below on one a while ago) but MAN are they fast, and well... I dont know, I just realy liked it.

I''d apreciate information and/or informed opinions from anyone in the know.

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Corsair 31 Trimaran?

You do sacrifice interior space for the speed but I think you''d be surprised with how well they can point. The boat suits our needs perfectly and we couldn''t be happier! If you think of a cruising monohull as a minivan and an F31 as a Porsche it will help you understand the differences...

There is an active yahoo group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/f-boats

you can also check out the manufacturers site:
http://www.corsairmarine.com

the designer''s site:
http://www.f-boat.com

many of the dealers now use yachtworld to host their listings online so you should be able to find some used boats there.
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