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Colligo Marine Stopper Knot Lashing System on the Corsair 880

by Colligo Marine 17 May 13:45 PDT

The Corsair 880 now features the Colligo Marine Stopper Knot Lashing System! Our ongoing relationship with Corsair Marine is stronger than ever and the symbiosis keeps resulting in problem solving new technologies.

The hot, new Corsair 880 presents an exciting new platform for multihull enthusiast. Both the sport and the standard versions offer good looks and high performance.

The Corsair 880 now features our new Stopper Knot Lashing System. Basically, you have your conventional lashing, but what this allows you to do is to set a stopper knot to the tension setting that you want.

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Why Corsair?

Corsair Trimarans are reliable, safe, low maintenance, versatile, and are for sailors at any skill level. There are two different options for the Corsair 880.

The first model is the standard Corsair 880. This is the pinnacle trimaran design. It is safe and comfortable and features a standing headroom and full boat systems. Additionally, it sleeps up to five people in an aft cabin. This is the perfect trimaran for sailors at any skill level.

"This is the legitimate heir to the trimaran revolution started by the Hall-of-Fame F-27 way back in 1986." - Corsair Marine

The second model is the Corsair 880 Sport. This 29- foot trimaran offers easy to trailer lightweight packaging and fast performance.

The Standard 880 (seen in black) has 51.5 sqm upwind sailplan, while the Corsair Sport 880 (seen in red) raises to 62.9 sqm with extended bowsprit and entailed controls.

Stopper knot video

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