Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran world launch at SCIBS 2015

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Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran world launch at SCIBS 2015
The Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran has lightweight carbon-reinforced construction. It can can sail single-handed or with a crew of three.

The Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran sailing yacht will have its world launch at the 2015 Sanctuary Cove Boat Show.

"We are thrilled and proud to have the world launch," says Brent Vaughan, Managing Director at Multihull Central, distributors of Seawind Catamarans, Outremer Catamarans and Aquila Power Catamarans.

"While there are thousands of Corsairs around the world and in particular in the USA, the factory decided that Sanctuary Cove was the best location to launch this new design."

The Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran is both a day sailing yacht and a racing yacht. Featuring lightweight carbon-reinforced construction, it is designed for easy rigging and setup so you can quickly unfold the floats, launch and get out on the water.

Standout features include modern reverse bows and high volume floats; a versatile forward area with loads of storage and cover; an open transom with self-draining cockpit; composite rudder and dagger-boards; large waterproof storage forward of the mast; and a weatherproof, lock-up cabin.

The Corsair Pulse 600 trimaran has a composite boat cradle converts to a beach trolley or trailer cradle. It is built to international standards has a complete international factory warranty.

"You can sail single-handed or with a crew of three and it folds to stow easily on a trolley or trailer, so it's very versatile," says Brent Vaughan. "The Corsair Pulse 600 is a one design, featuring a square top mainsail, self-tacking jib and furling spinnaker. You can also add a small outboard if you wish."

"With three boats due to arrive in Australia in the coming months, we look forward to some micro fleets popping up around the country," he adds.

Visit multihullcentral.com for more information.

 


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