Friday December 21st, 2012
The Corsair CRUZE 970
The CRUZE 970's Testing Ground - The Corsair 31
The testing has been rigorous, extensive and unrelenting. To be specific, Corsair built no less than three hundred and three C31s. One C31, a UC, even sailed around the Arctic Circle in 2010 and, in the process, became the world’s first sailing vessel to pass through the North West and North East Passages, in a single season. The C31 is a proven, tough, rugged, performer.
And now, it’s time to launch the all-new, CRUZE 970 (32’).
The New Corsair CRUZE 970 (32’)
The Corsair CRUZE 970 retains the hallmarks of the Corsair 31: speed, performance, safety, reliability and ease of trailering. However, it also has a far greater emphasis on people and families. The CRUZE 970 far more effectively accommodates for the needs of partners, guests and children on the boat who also appreciate the comforts found on land.
The 970 is longer than the C31 and the deck has been raised which creates an estimated 15 per cent additional space in the interior. Importantly, there is full, standing headroom which is greatly appreciated by tall passengers.
The salon area has been given a clean, white painted finish. The galley area is larger with more drawers and storage generally. The forward and aft bunks are wider giving passengers a more generous sleep.
A separate, fully enclosed toilet has been installed in the CRUZE970.
The more functional cockpit has been extended and a transom mainsheet track facilitates free movement within the cockpit. The raised, side seating (which has been borrowed from the highly successful Corsair 37) increases both comfort and visibility.
In terms of sailing performance, the more voluminous floats give the 970 CRUZE greater stability and comfort for her passengers.
As always, Corsair’s exclusive and trusted folding system ensures that trailering remains easy. The retractable daggerboard and rudder continue to enable the boat to be pushed up onto the beach where the anchor can effortlessly be wrapped around a palm tree.
The base boat includes the following features and equipment:
• Lightweight aluminium folding system
• Rotating aluminium wing mast; main, jib, screacher and spinnaker halyard control at the mast with clutches and Harken 35.2 winch; aluminium roller furling boom with internal outhaul and in boom hardware for jiffy or slab reefing; stainless steel forestay with Harken headsail furler and synthetic cap shrouds; 2 x Harken 40.2 self tailing primary winches; 2 x Harken 40.2 coaming winches; rotator, daggerboard, spinnaker tack and furler control lines leading aft to cockpit; Harken 8:1 mainsheet system with Harken Windward Sheeting Travellor Car .
• 1 x Lewmar 44 foredeck hatch; 2 x Lewmar 10 cabin top hatches; 1 x Lewmar 70 aft cabin hatch; 2 x Lewmar 30 float hatches; 3 x Lewmar opening port light aft; full set of fly screens
• Carbon fibre bow sprint with deck hardware for spinnaker and screacher control
• High aspect ratio composite daggerboard and flip up rudder foils
• Cockpit tiller arm;
• Tiller link accessories for outboard steering
• Anchor locker with latchable lid
• Pulpit with LED navigation lights
• Lifting eyes
• Bulkhead mounted compass
• Mast mounted VHF antenna
• Tinted polycarbonate side cabin windows and drop in companionway wash boards
• Cockpit storage compartments; moulded in safety compartment for safety equipment in coaming
• Stern rails with custom outboard seating
• Grey wing nets with hiking straps and bow nets
• Boarding ladder transom mounted and pressure cold water transom shower
• Electrical system with breaker panel and meter; 12v accessory outlet and master switch; LED navigation lighting; LED red/white lights in forward, main and aft cabins; provision for 1 x 12v battery; gas detector with safety shut off valve
• Beige interior forward and aft cabins with red cushions
• All white painted saloon with removable timber table and second cockpit mounting
• Large galley with draws and flip out storage compartments
• Countertops in granite like finish
• Two-burner propane stove with 6lb LPG bottle
• Pressure cold water with stainless steel sink and 39 US gallon water tank
• Behind seat storage with flip up timber covers
• Synthetic timber flooring in saloon area.
• Jabsco manual toilet in moulded area in forward cabin with privacy door
• Vanity basin and mirror with pressure cold water and lift out shower
• Storage compartment
• Floor sump pump; self draining 15 gallon holding tank
For further information, contact your local dealer or email info@firstname.lastname@example.org
See attachements below for Sail profile, accommodation and specs.
*** PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CORSAIR CRUZE 970 HAS REPLACED THE CORSAIR 31 IN ALL CONFIGURATIONS. EFFECTIVE FROM Q4, 2012, CORSAIR MARINE NO LONGER BUILDS THE 31CR, 31RS OR 31UC. ***Attachments: CRUZE 970 standard spec 17 Dec 12.pdf (252.16 KB)
|Corsair Cruze 970 181012 Profile B.pdf||18.28 KB|
|Corsair Cruze 970 111012 Accom Plan B.pdf||110.03 KB|
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