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A corsair is a privateer or pirate.

Corsair may also refer to:





  • Corsair II a yacht built by J. P. Morgan in 1891 which served as USS Gloucester (1891) during the Spanish American War
  • Corsair III, a yacht built in 1898 by Morgan that served the Navy in World Wars I and II, in the latter as USS Oceanographer (AGS-3)
  • Corsair IV, J. P. Morgan, Jr. yacht, largest built in the United States, launched April 10, 1930, to the Royal Navy in World War II then West Coast luxury cruise vessel wrecked near Acapulco in 1949.
  • Corsair (dinghy), a class of sixteen-foot three-handed sailing dinghies


  • Corsair, a GWR 3031 Class locomotive that was built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1849 and 1873


  • Corsair motorcycle, built by Cotton
  • Edsel Corsair, an American automobile of the late fifties
  • Ford Corsair, a British car model of the late 1960s, and an Australian model of the late 1980s


  • Corsair Components, a hardware company that specializes in designing and manufacturing computer memory, power supply units and computer cases
  • Corsair International (formerly Corsairfly and Corsair), a French airline
  • Corsair Marine, a builder of trimaran sailboats

Arts and entertainment[edit]


  • The Corsairs, a 1960s doo wop group
  • "Corsair", a song on the 2002 album Geogaddi by Boards of Canada
  • "Corsair", a 2007 song from the EP Voyage by In Fear and Faith

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