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2003 Corsair Marine C-31R

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

2 Corsair dealers have told me she is the nicest 31R on the market by a long ways. I have kept this boat on a lift since new, never stored in water. I have owned many boats the biggest being a new 46 foot cat. I have delivered a 65 foot cat across the Atlantic. I have never been on a boat that is more fun or that I am more passionate about than Flight Risk our 31R. My wife and I are not racing sailors in fact we had never done a race before owning this boat, Flight Risk is so fast and easy to sail that we have won every race we have entered (ten or so) not just our division but 1st over the line every time. We do this with just the two of us on board most times up against full race crews on other boats. She always takes care of us if we get really aggressive and push too hard the leeward ama just digs in and she slows down telling us to fall off or let off on the main. One of the amazing things to us is she sails really well with out the main if you are feeling lazy just unfurl the jib or screecher we have sailed in the low teens like this often when going from one dive spot or island to the next. After many years of sailing her in all kinds of conditions including a storm in the Gulf stream coming back from the Bahamas I think she is almost impossible to get into trouble on.

I am Motivated as I am drooling over the all carbon C-37

Equipment on Board:

Almost everything is new or recently replaced including…

North 3DL sails
Mercury 9.9 Big Foot
airimid standing riging
diamond wires
running rigging
auto pilot
auto pilot remote
Speed depth
AGM Battery

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