Corsair 760

Corsair has built over 800 boats in this size, with the predecessor Dash 750 remarkable in its success over nearly a decade. Perus Yacht Designs have been brought back to the team after an extremely successful design program on the Pulse 600 project, and they are working in collaboration with Romain Scolari and Jonas Hertwig on engineering and interior design.

Like all Corsair trimarans, our 760 is built to withstand the toughest conditions. Winds gusting upwards of 25 knots? Bring it on. For more than 25 years Corsairs have proven themselves as incredibly strong, well-built sailing yachts. The 760 has been built upon a great history of 800 Corsair 24’s and over 2,000 Corsairs sailing worldwide. Some have sailed around the world, and a Corsair 31 was recently chosen by Norwegian Arctic explorers as their sailboat of choice for their successful round trip voyage through the grueling North West passage. 

Features below are in comparison to the older design of the DASH 750.

(The DASH 750 is no longer in production)

  • Large volume floats with wave piercing bows and increased beam clearance over waves. Beams are the same style as on the Pulse 600 and more effective for deflecting spray down rather than up. Pretty cool!

  • 15% increase in righting moment results in 2.5 degree lower heeling at comparable wind speeds. Design details contribute to making this boat faster and easier to handle with reduced pitching and compared to previous designs.

  • New rig. However with the same dimensions, and slightly different sail profile. Now it's a split rig, with the same sail area.

  • The new pop-top now has an acrylic window built in, allowing more light into the cabin.

  • The floats will fold without requiring the tramp lacing to be undone like the 750's

  • The bow pulpit incorporates a mast support for trailering, eliminating the need for a separate part.

  • Composite high-aspect rudder with carbon rudder case is now standard. Composite daggerboard is an available upgrade option.

  • Optional carbon rig. Optional electronics. Optional dreams...what did you have in mind?

Superior safety is inherent in the design and construction of Corsair boats and it stems from the same features that make them sail flat and fast. Corsairs can’t sink.  In fact, with the hulls filled to the brim with water, the positive buoyancy of the materials of construction keep the vessel afloat even with all crew aboard.

The new Corsair 760 is available in a sport version, this includes carbon rotating wing mast and additional performance enhancements.

The Corsair 760’s feels and sails like boats twice its size, but it's affordably priced to own & maintain. Corsair resale value is legendary and will be one of the safest investments you can make today. The Corsair 760 series is CE certified and backed up by a proven warranty and service package; a world-wide dealer support network; and over 2,000 strong Corsair Owner’s Community network.

"The Corsairs are probably the most fun boat you could possibly sail and if you’ve only sailed monohulls you need to give yourself the opportunity to try these boats because I would say the majority of people make comments like “where have I been all my life?” when they step on one of these after the 1st test sail and I’ve heard people say that sailing a Corsair trimaran has totally changed their lives and that they’ve returned to a much more active lifestyle after buying a Corsair.  Some people basically rekindle their love of sailing because the excitement factor is so much higher than what they were used to in a monohull."

— Don Wigston
Corsair Dealer/Owner Dash 750 MKII
Gulf Coast Florida Panhandle, W. Apalachee Bay, W. Georgia inc Atlanta, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee