2002 Corsair 31' (9.45 m)
Stafford, New Jersey, United States
Trillium III is a fantastic example of Corsair Marine's F-31 Ultimate Cruiser trimaran. She has been well maintained and there's nothing else like her on the market.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: CSR30211I102
Trillium III is a fantastic example of Corsair Marine's F-31 Ultimate Cruiser trimaran. She has been well maintained and there's nothing else like her on the market. The F-31 features comfortable accommodations, a spacious cockpit, tremendous deck space and standing headroom below. The performance-oriented sail plan provides the experienced sailor with exhilarating performance yet is manageable enough that the boat can easily be handled.
The chief design hallmarks of the Corsair designs are trailerability, shoal draft and speed:
Trailerability: Everything about the design of the F-31 was done with ease of trailering and rigging foremost in mind. Easy over-the-road transport means that your cruising grounds are no longer limited by how far you can sail there and back. The folded beam of 8’ 2” is street legal (check local laws) and the height on trailer is 11.5’. Now you can trailer the boat, rig in a reasonable amount of time and sail new areas. The trailer is also great for winter storage, eliminating the need for jack stands or a cradle. The folding system also allows the boat to be kept in a standard boat dock slip or lift during the season. The mast can be raised while the boat is in the water, without external assistance like a crane or gin pole.
Shoal Draft: The F-31 only draws 16" with the daggerboard and rudder retracted so you can sail where deeper draft sailboats can't sail. You can beach the boat as well as take advantage of skinny water gunkholing ports.
Speed: The F-31 will easily exceed hull speed and achieve speeds in the mid-teens which greatly expands your cruising range and daysailing enjoyment. The generous 600SF sail area, the rotating aluminum mast and the Dyneema rigging (which reduces weight aloft) all combine to provide excellent sailing performance.
LOA: 31' (9.45 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 22' 5''
Draft Max: 5' 6''
Draft Min: 1' 4''
Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 6 Gallons (22.71 Liters)
Fresh Water: 18 Gallons (68.14 Liters)
Holding Tank: 15 Gallons (56.78 Liters)
Dry Weight: 3850
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- Engine Make: Yamaha
- Engine Year: 2015
- Engine Type: Outboard 4 Stroke
- Power HP: 9.90
- Power KW: 7.38
- Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
TYPE: Displacement trimaran hull.
MATERIAL: Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester (FRP).
EXTERIOR HULL: White gelcoat with no boot top and black bottom paint (repainted 2023).
BULKHEADS: Athwartship reinforcement provided by FRP bulkheads tabbed to the hull with FRP in both the central hull and amas.
TRANSOM: Molded FRP transom holds the rudder assembly and outboard motor (starboard) and boarding ladder (port) brackets. Also includes stern pulpit stanchions and autopilot mount. Two fixed windows and one opening portlight to aft berth.
CHAIN LOCKER: The chain locker is forward and accessible through a hatch on the fore deck. Holds the primary anchor and rode assembly. Drainage is overboard.
KEEL: Centerboard. Operable by control lines led aft to the cockpit.
TYPE/MATERIAL: All decks are molded FRP with white gelcoat and non-skid surface.
COCKPIT: The cockpit is molded FRP with bench seats port and starboard, each having storage beneath aft. Companionway forward provides access to the cabin. Large opening hatch aft, access to the aft berth. On the forward port bulkhead is the compass. On the starboard forward bulkhead a newer Raymarine combination wind/speed/depth instrument. On the aft bulkhead is a bracket for mounting a table which is currently stored in the cabin. Throttle/gear control for the outboard motor is on the forward, starboard seat bulkhead. There are custom waterproof cockpit cushions.
NETTING: Auxiliary to the decks is blue canvas netting between the central hull and the amas.
HULL-TO-DECK JOINT: The hull-to-deck joint type is an outward flange type secured by FRP.
BOW RAIL: Stainless steel rail and stanchion system, also holds the side running lights.
SCUPPERS: The decks drain overboard. The cockpit has drains port and starboard aft in the storage areas under the seats which go the thru hulls port and starboard topsides aft.
CLEATS: 8" stainless steel mooring cleats, two each port and starboard, bow and stern.
STERN PULPIT: Stainless steel stanchion/rail, also holds the stern running light.
HATCHES: Two aluminum and Lexan hatches on the central hull. Forward on the cabin house top is 17" x 12". The one on the aft deck is 19" square. Similar 17" x 12" hatches, one on each ama. There are screw-in deck plates in each ama (new 2023).
ANCHOR PLATFORM: Small stainless steel anchor rode guide with roller built into the fore stay chain plate assembly.
DECK FITTING SUPPORT: The deck fittings all have backing plates and/or washers for support where sighted.
SUPERSTRUCTURE: The cabin house and deck are one-unit molded FRP.
WINDOWS/PORTS/DOORS: Main cabin entry is a two-piece plexiglass companionway with sliding FRP overhead. There are fixed plexiglass windows port and starboard in the cabin house sides and those previously mentioned on the transom.
CUSHIONS: Cockpit cushions stored in the cabin.
GRILL: Force 10 gas grill stored under the starboard salon settee.
FENDERS: One large vinyl fender stored in the port ama.
DOCK LINES: Various dock lines.
CABIN: The cabin is three steps down from the cockpit. The galley is to port. There are settees port and starboard which also serve as seats for the dinette, formed when a removable table is mounted to bracket on the port seat bulkhead. Storage behind each settee. The head is forward. Removal of the entry steps provides access (alternate to the deck hatch) to the aft double berth. There is standing headroom in the cabin.
HEADLINERS: The head liner and hull sides are tan carpet.
FABRIC AND CUSHIONS: Settee/berth cushions are upholstered in a tan fabric and are stored off the boat at this time.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Accommodations for 4.
HEADS: There is a standing room head/toilet forward in the cabin separated by a privacy curtain. FRP liner construction. Molded oval FRP sink with hot/cold faucets. Drains to topsides thru-hull beneath the sink. Spigot doubles as handheld shower mountable to bracket on the bulkhead. Manual flush toilet. Tankless hot water heater on port side (as-is, unknown if operable since unused).
LIGHT FIXTURES: Overhead 12-volt lighting fixtures in the main cabin.
CABIN FURNISHINGS: Wood table for mounting in cabin or cockpit.
CABIN SOLE: The cabin sole is FRP. Hatch forward for access to the speed log and depth sounder transducer.
VENTILATION: By previously described door, portlight and hatches.
GALLEY: Port side in the main cabin aft.
SINK: Single stainless-steel sink with hot/cold faucets. Drains overboard to thru-hull port topsides.
REFRIGERATION: None, owner uses an ice cooler
STOVE/OVEN: Two burner LPG stove with newer tank.
GRILL: Propane bottle gas grill.
Engine & Steering
ENGINE: 2015 Yamaha T-9.9XPB extra-long shaft (25”) 4-stroke outboard motor mounted on bracket starboard side of the transom.
SERIAL NUMBER: 6AVK-X-1031484-Z
THROTTLE CONTROLS: Mechanical lever/cable.
EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN: Mechanical contact disconnect shut down with cable to attach to the helmsman.
ENGINE MOUNT: Standard outboard mounting to the transom bracket.
FUEL: Gasoline, held in one plastic 25-liter tank in storage locker beneath starboard side cockpit seat.
PROPELLER: 3-blade aluminum propeller, 12" diameter, with spare propeller stored in locker under the starboard salon settee.
STEERING TYPE: Manual tiller connected to kick-up rudder. Extension stored in aft cabin.
STEERING MOUNTING: Rudder is mounted on metal frame.
RUDDER: FRP spade kick-up rudder, 17" wide x 60" long.
BATTERY: One (1) 12-volt deep cycle engine starting / house battery
LOCATED: Compartment built into the port side of the salon sole forward. Tray, battery box and tie down bracket present plus leads to connect.
BATTERY SWITCH: Rotary battery switch on starboard salon aft bulkhead.
PANEL: The DC electrical panel is above the battery switch. Voltmeter and battery test switch. DC outlet. Secondary panel above with three additional branch circuits for electronics.
BREAKERS/FUSES: Overcurrent protection by switch type breakers.
CHARGING: Battery charges by engine running or trickle by new (2023) 50-watt flexible solar panel
FRESH WATER & SANITATION SYSTEMS
TANK: The freshwater storage tank is polyethylene, capacity 18 gallons, located under the forward part of the port side salon settee.
FILL PIPE LOCATION: Port side of foredeck marked for water.
VENT PIPE LOCATION: Port topsides.
ACCUMULATOR TANK: Jabsco model 30573-0001 accumulator adjacent to the tank.
PUMPS: Jabsco model 46010-2000 demand type pump adjacent to the tank. Operates from switch on the DC electrical panel.
FILTERS: In line at the pump.
HOSES AND CLAMPS: Water system plumbing is reinforced plastic tubing.
HOT WATER SYSTEM: Rinnai tankless LPG water heater on port side (as-is, unknown if operable since unused).
SANITATION SYSTEM: Wilcox Crittenden brand manual flush toilet in head.
TYPE: USCG Type Ill MSD (marine sanitation device) - holding tank.
RAW WATER SUPPLY: The head raw water intake is a plastic valve type seacock located beneath a circular hatch forward in the head, port side.
DISCHARGE HOSES: The holding tank discharge is to a Y-valve port hull side which can direct it either to the pump out or to a thru-hull overboard. That thru-hull is a plastic ball valve seacock located opposite the head raw water intake beneath the same hatch. It has had the handle removed to observe the 3-mile warning.
PUMP-OUT LOCATION: Port side of fore deck forward marked for waste.
VENT: Holding tank vent is port topsides.
HOLDING TANK: Holding tank is polyethylene, capacity 15 gallons, located under hatch forward in the head.
BASINS, SHOWERS: The sinks drain overboard to topside thru-hulls in the near vicinity of the specific basin.
SHOWER DRAIN PUMPS: The shower is drained by a pump located behind a circular hatch on the sink bulkhead. Operates from toggle switch on the sink bulkhead when breaker for the freshwater pump on the DC panel is in the "on" position. Discharge is ''T"ed into the sink drain hose.
PRIMARY ANCHOR: Newer spade anchor stored in the chain locker with chain leader and nylon rode.
SECOND ANCHOR: Danforth-style stored in the starboard ama with chain leader and nylon rode.
Electronics & Safety
VHF: Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio mounted on the aft starboard cabin overhead, with masthead antenna.
GPS: Garmin GPSMap545S GPS on mount on the aft starboard cabin overhead that allows viewing from the cockpit.
AUTOHELM: Raytheon ST1200+ tiller autopilot with remote control. Mountable to post on aft deck, starboard side. Also tiller clutch locking system.
SPEED/LOG/DEPTH: Raytheon ST60 tridata combination wind-speed-depth sounder on the starboard forward cockpit bulkhead.
COMPASS: Ritchie 4" compass on the forward port cockpit bulkhead.
PFD'S: USCG PFD’s and USCG Lifesling throwable PFD.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: One B-l dry chemical fire extinguisher in cabinet under the stove.
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: Two handheld type visual distress signals in cockpit port side storage locker (circular hatch).
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: Side (red/green) navigational lights and white stern light.
Steaming and anchor lights are on the mast.
REBOARDING: Reboarding ladder stored in the cabin. Bracket for mounting on the port side of the transom.
BILGE PUMP: Hand operated portable bilge pump stored in the port ama.
DOCUMENTATION: This vessel has an official number but has no liens and is not documented.
TITLE: This vessel has a NJ title.
Sails & Rigging
SAILS AND CANVAS
MAINSAIL: Mack 2017 8.62 oz Challenge Marblehead Premium Dacron mainsail
HEADSAIL: Mack 8.77 oz Challenge Marblehead Premium Dacron Genoa with Sunbrella Cover and Foam Luff
OFFWIND SAIL: Asym screecher
SAIL COVER: Mainsail cover
MAST: Internal track aluminum mast, rotating. Tides Marine track, with lazy jack system.
MAST STEP: The mast is stepped in an aluminum housing on the cabin house top. There is a system for raising the mast using either the trailer winch or the jib halyard.
SPREADERS: Single spreaders.
SHROUDS AND STAYS: The shrouds are Dyneema, and there is no backstay.
BOOMS: Aluminum boom with all fittings including the gooseneck
CHAIN PLATES: Stainless steel internal chain plates for the shrouds are bolted to FRP bulkheads in the amas. The forestay chain plate is external, attached to the stem.
BOWSPRIT: FRP extendable bowsprit
WINCHES: Two Harken 40 jib sheet winches, one each port and starboard on the cockpit coamings. Harken 40 two speed, self-tailing winches, one each port and starboard on the cabin house top. Additional Harken 32 self-tailing winch on the starboard cabin house top. Cabin top winches recently serviced.
TRACKS AND CARS: Aluminum sail tracks port and starboard on the cabin house top.
MAINSHEET TRAVELER: Harken mainsheet traveler spans the deck aft of the cockpit.
HALYARDS/SHEETS: Braided, color-coded, dacron halyards and sheets.
ROLLER FURLING GEAR: Harken MkIV-1 roller furler on forestay. Small roller furler on the bowsprit end.
HALYARDS: Main halyard & clutch are newer. Jib and screecher halyards are newer.
BRAND: Ketcham brand dual axle trailer
EQUIPMENT: Equipped with surge brakes and spare tire with bracket; tires and wheels, lights, hitch coupling, safety cables, support pads, tongue jack, winch, and winch line. Also has freshwater flush for hubs/brakes.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
68 1st Ave
Atlantic HIghlands New Jersey 07716
Robert brings a client-first outlook and a consultative approach to yacht brokerage after a 30+ year career in corporate real estate. Working with Kevin McGettigan in the NY/NJ regional office, Robert is a long-time resident of the Bayshore area and a member of Atlantic Highlands Yacht Club.
Robertâs boating experience spans both sailing and powerboating. A former sailing instructor and professional yacht captain, he has owned, chartered, or delivered dozens of sailing and motor yachts. He captained two Newport-Bermuda Races (with return trips) on his own 42-foot sailboat and served as Navigator for a third NBR Race. He has owned several powerboats, which can help with buying or selling. He has knowledge about boats, systems, and equipment gained over 40+ years of experience, and this helps sellers and buyers with pricing and value evaluations. Robert applies his experience to help clients market their boat effectively or find the right boat at the right price.
His education includes a BSc in Business from Vanderbilt University and a graduate degree from Thunderbird. He holds a US Coast Guard 50-Ton Master Captainâs License with Sailing Endorsement. In his free time, he and his wife enjoy sailing, scuba diving, snow skiing and traveling.
Robert looks forward to getting on the water with you and sharing his passion for boating.