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Date Posted: - Monday - 08/26/13 - 12:56pm
Author: Mark, AEOLUS, M31
Subject: Mariner problems
In reply to: Giovanni 's message, "Request information" on - Sunday - 08/25/13 - 10:23am

Hello Giovanni, the biggest problem you will find with Mariner's is with the original plywood. So problem areas are the decks, coach roof and sides, and the cockpit seats and well. Take a look at the Mariner Project page.
As far as price, it will depend on the restorations of the above as well as the condition of the engine.
I've never heard of a major osmosis, or delamination problem with the fiberglass hulls. Chain plates are another thing you might check. Good Luck I've owned one for 37yrs.

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