Corsair

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A corsair (sometimes referred to as a buccaneer) is a privateer or a pirate, especially:

Corsair may also refer to:

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Music[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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Land[edit]

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

Sea[edit]

  • Corsair I, a yacht built by William Cramp and Sons for Charles J. Osborn and bought by J. P. Morgan in 1882
  • Corsair II, a yacht built for J. P. Morgan in 1891, which served as USS Gloucester (1898) during the Spanish–American War
  • Corsair III, a yacht built in 1898 for J. P. Morgan (the last he owned), that served the US Navy in World Wars I and II, in the latter as USS Oceanographer
  • Corsair IV, a yacht built for J. P. Morgan Jr. in 1930, the largest built in the United States
  • Corsair (dinghy), a class of sixteen-foot three-handed sailing dinghies

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