Sunday
Apr192009

Corsair 750 Dash USA Debut

This past week, at the Strictly Sale Pacific Boat Show, Helms Yacht Sales and West Coast Multihulls were excited to debut the first Corsair 750 Dash in North America. Over and over again we heard people say, "Wow, that boat looks fast." With its sporty rig and fat floats this boat is the hotrod pocket cruiser that Corsair promised. Like many of the show goers, we noticed the Dash feels bigger and roomier then past Corsair 24 models. It is amazing that Corsair was able to get so much boat into a 24 footer. Tomorrow, Monday, the boat will be sailed out on the Bay, and have it's pictures taken for an upcoming magazine article. Later in the day it will be available for demo sails. This particular boat will be taken down to San Diego where it will be available for demo rides.

Overall it was a great boat show this year. You could not have asked for better weather, and a more friendly atmosphere. We would like to give a special thanks to Dan and Carol Siefer taking the time to share their Seawind 1160 cruising experiences and stories with those who stopped by. Also, thanks to everyone who took the time to stop by and chat with us. Let's do it again next year.

Saturday
Apr112009

Stictly Sail Boat Show April 15-19 


*If you are a BAMA member or have spoken with us just tell the Will Call that your were sent by Helms Yacht Sales. You and a guest will get a ticket on us. While supplies last. *

We are excited to be debuting the first Corsair 750 Dash on the West Coast at this years show! We just unpackaged this new Dash, and it is a really sweet ride to say the least. Also, we will have a luxurious Seawind 1160 on hand. There are also rumors that we may have a Corsair Sprint 750 or a new Corsair 28. So, stop by and say hello!

*If you are a BAMA member or have spoken with us just tell the Will Call that your were sent by Helms Yacht Sales. You and a guest will get a ticket on us. While supplies last. *

Show Details:

Location:

On San Francisco Bay at Jack London Square in Oakland, California. Just across the Bay from downtown San Francisco, with easy access from around the Bay Area by ferry, BART or bus.

Hours:

Wednesday April 15: 12 pm–7 pm
Thursday and Friday April 16-17: 11 am–7 pm
Saturday April 18: 10 am–7 pm
Sunday April 19: 10 am–5 pm



Admission:

$12 – Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Adults)
$15 – Saturday and Sunday (Adults)
$24 – Two-Day Adult Pass
$50 – Five-Day Pass (Available Online Only)
FREE – Children 15 years and under (when accompanied by a paid adult)

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