2021 Corsair 880

Pensacola, FL, US


A unique opportunity to take immediate delivery of a well kept and very well equipped Corsair 880 at a substantial discount. This boat was ordered as an 880 Sport model (lighter boat, longer bowsprit) but with the 40 ft mast from the standard 880 for local bridge clearance restrictions. It has a self tacking jib.
Has been stored on its aluminum trailer with mast up since new, never kept in the water for more than a few days.



  • Length: 29ft
  • Beam: 22' 3"
  • Draft: 5' 3"
  • Year: 2021
  • Hull: Composite
  • Status: Sale Pending

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  • Keel: Centerboard


  • Length Overall: 28.67 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 3"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 46' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 22' 3"


Manufacturer Provided Description

An all-new Corsair, and the legitimate heir to the trimaran revolution started by the Hall-of-Fame anointed F-27 in 1986. The pinnacle of trimaran design, this built from the ground up Corsair has full boat systems – meaning electric lighting, refrigeration, manual or electric toilet, and even air conditioning is available. A small generator complements a lightweight air conditioning or heating unit, and providing comfortable electrical independence when cruising in hot or cold climes. In true Corsair fashion, that generator and air conditioner are removable to reduce excess weight when racing, or reduce trailer weight when on the road. And this is where the 880 trimaran is the revolutionary boat it promises – all of that comes in a folding, trailerable package well below the trailering weight limit of most passenger cars.


V berth forward, aft berth in stern, port side settee converts to comfortable sleeping berth using dining table
galley in main cabin to starboard, with sink and stove
fresh water faucet at galley sink
three interior fans, one in each cabin
two removable raised seats in cockpit


Hulls and deck

grey cabin top, white hulls
rudder case and tiller arm painted white
VC Offshore blue antifouling bottom paint on all three hulls


Mast and rigging

rotating carbon fiber mast, 40 ft, painted white
synthetic side stays with tensioning system
wire forestay
carbon fiber boom
carbon fiber bowsprit


mainsail, Doyle, racing sail upgrade, with Harken ball bearing batten cars, 2:1 halyard
Navy Blue sail cover
custom reefing system for mainsail by Zern Rigging
jib, Doyle, racing sail upgrade, self tacking, roller furling, on Harken Mark IV, Unit 1 roller furling system
screacher, Smyth, roller furling, on Collgo Marine continuous line furler
Code Zero, Smyth (larger and fuller cut than screacher)
2:1 halyard for screacher and code zero
asymmetrical spinnaker, Doyle
screacher, Code Zero and spinnaker are flown from the carbon fiber bowsprit

Electrical system and electronics

12V electrical system with battery on/off switch and circuit breaker panel with 12V USB outlet for charging cell phones etc
Group 27 Duracell AGM battery, deep cycle and starting
50 Watt solar panel with Mastervolt solar charge master controller.
B&G fixed mount VHF and mast head antenna
B&G Vulcan 7 inch chart plotter with Navionics charts, on stainless steel swing out bracket (can be operated and viewed in cabin or in cockpit)
B&G Triton2 Display
speed and depth transducers
tiller pilot, Simrad



Tohatsu 9.9 h.p. fuel injected outboard motor


Magic Tilt double axle aluminum trailer
spare wheel and hub
all stainless steel fasteners
torsion axle suspension
disc brakes on all four wheels
additional improvements: Fulton high lift tongue jack, vertical trailer bunks supporting hull are flanked by outward facing carpeted bunks that guide floats and prevent float impact on vertical metal struts along the entire length of the trailer



Spade A80 aluminum anchor, with x 15 ft 5/8” chain and 150 ft 1/2” nylon rode 
front and rear mast supports for supporting mast when trailering
two rudders: lighter, more efficient rudder by CCI Composites saving 17 pounds of weight and eliminating stock rudder’s loud hum.  Stock Corsair rudder also included.
custom Navy Blue Sunbrella companionway cover—also covers instruments
custom front mast support


Windcraft Multihulls 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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