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Corsair F-24 MkI, 1993, Central Florida, $34,500, Price reduced 11/22/10 to $33,000, SOLD 2/24/11

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Corsair F-24 MkI, 1993

Boat and equipment:

  • 1993 Corsair F-24
  • 1992 Pacific galvanized trailer with surge brakes and spare tire
  • 1993 Tohatsu 5 Hp long shaft outboard with alternator and gas tank


  • 1993 Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock
  • 1997 UK tape drive, square-top, batten mainsail
  • 2001 North 3DL Marathon jib
  • Profurl roller furling jib
  • Removable bowsprit
  • boom vang, tiller extension, sheets, etc.

    Instruments and electrical:

  • 70 ah battery with main switch and breaker panel
  • Suunto compass
  • Autohelm Tridata speed and depth
  • Autodata anemometer and wind vane
  • Autohelm 1000 tiller pilot with remote control
  • Solar panel, 11 watt
  • Apelco 5150 VHF with masthead antenna
  • Extra dc outlets for phones, gps, etc.


  • Raritan marine head with holding tank
  • Blue Sunbrella dodger with windows
  • Origo 2000 alcohol stove
  • Sink with pump and 6 gallon fresh water tank.
  • Stanchions and lifelines
  • Running lights
  • Danforth anchor, chain, and rode
  • Dock lines and fenders

    This is one of the best F-24 MK1ís around. The reason is this boat has spent most of its life in the Northern Rocky Mountain region where the sailing season is about 4 months long. This means that the boat is covered and stored for 2/3 of its life. The boat was drysailed much of the time and has never had bottom paint. When I bought this boat 6 years ago moisture meter readings showed that the core was dry, a very important fact for older boats.

    I am the second owner. Both owners were retirement age and probably did not drive this boat as hard as younger guys. I have never flown the spinnaker and I usually reef when wind speeds are above about 20 knots. Hull speeds of 10-15 knots have been enough excitement for me.

    The feature I most admire about this boat is its ability to sail, point, and balance well in light winds. We once spent almost two weeks during July cruising in the American and Canadian San Juans, an area characterized by light winds and tidal currents. We burned a total of 5 gallons of gas. Anytime the true wind is above 5 knots the F-24 will sail as fast as we typically power.

    The previous owner upgraded to the square-top main and a factory modification to a Mk II rudder which is hung on the transom. I modified the boarding ladder as shown in the pictures. The rest of the boat is stock MkI. The boat has lifelines that fit in sockets on the amas and I have never used these. We are presently sailing in Florida. I like the centerboard in the MKI which can be controlled from the cockpit and kicks up easily if you touch the bottom. The accommodations in the cabin are appropriate for daysailing and overnighting.

    We plan to use the boat in northern Florida during November and in the Florida Keys in February. We can show the boat during these times. The boat will be stored further north the rest of the year if it is not sold.

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    Corsair F-24  MkI, 1993 sailboat

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    Corsair F-24  MkI, 1993 sailboat

    Corsair F-24  MkI, 1993 sailboat

    Corsair F-24  MkI, 1993 sailboat

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