Sold - Corsair F-24 MK1 - “Air Apparent ”

Corsair F-24 MK1 - “Air Apparent ”

Air Apparent is a great example of an F-24 MK1 with a custom sugar scoop transom, new wiring, an extensive inventory of updated sails, updated tramps, Pacific trailer, storage jack stands, winter storage cover, and a removable dodger. Take her anywhere at 55 miles per hour and enjoy exhilarating sailing. She has both Pentex and Dacron square-topped mains, jib, Pentex genoa, Pentex screacher, and a Dynalite asymmetrical spinnaker that make her adaptable for daysailing, weekend adventuring, or one-design racing. Ian Farrier's designs are excellent in light air and when the wind gets up they go straight to the front of the fleet. Air Apparent is a very versatile vessel. She exhibits a good turn of speed and is a very sleek, stable, and durable platform. Folded she fits in a standard slip or can be kept in mast up storage. Take her South or take her home during the off season. Her jack stands, carport storage, and winter cover have kept her in very good condition and she has many years of fun to offer her next owner.

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LOA: 24'
TYPE: Corsair
YEAR: 1994
USD: $33,000
LYING: Chehalis, WA
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This multihull is sold.

Disclaimer: The Multihull Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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These are stand up people, who make a stand up product. I would buy from them again in a heartbeat.


~ Jay Clark, Dolphin 460
"Sugar Shack"


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~ Daniel Zlotnick, Dolphin
"Sugar Shack"

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