2016 Pulse 600 #49 Grey/Red

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Reverse bow on high volume floats for optimized performance
Leslie Gabriel and Richard Allen - 180 Marine
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Reverse bow on high volume floats for optimized performance
Leslie Gabriel and Richard Allen - 180 Marine
Celebrate-the-Pulse.jpg
Pulse-launching-1.jpg
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2016 Pulse 600 #49 Grey/Red

49,975.00

Location - San Francisco, California

This Pulse is LOADED.   Contact:  info@180marine.com

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This is a well-equipped boat, optimized for racing or short-handed sailing and includes many options. Deluxe Pacific trailer, Mercury 3.5 hp motor, spinnaker gear and extras. Price includes shipping to the U.S. in San Francisco. Other limitations may apply...talk to us to find out.

"I've sailed Pulse #49 a half dozen times on the Bay, in breeze up to 20-22 kts. The boat is a pleasure to sail: ergonomic, comfortable, simple to rig or stow, and responsive on the water. It's much easier to crew on than any other Corsair, so there's less crew training needed, and the crew is drier. It tacks fast even in high chop and wind, and it's easy to ease the curved traveler in the puffs and power up in the lulls. It's not over-canvassed for the Bay, and is reasonably dry. It's also easy to trailer, because it's light, folds quickly, and you get a rear-view between the amas and the main hull."

— Ross Stein
Adjunct Professor of Geophysics, Stanford University
Scientist Emeritus, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park