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Date Posted: - Sunday - 01/11/15 - 11:16am
Author: Brian
Subject: Windlass
In reply to: Lawrence Hall 's message, "Windlass Installations" on - Tuesday - 12/ 2/14 - 10:41am

I am very happy with the windlass on Gran Mariner. It is a M36, hull 9 .Presently the boat is berthed in Channel Islands Harbor. Come and take a look at it you you would like. If you give me your email address I will send some pics. or we could talk on the phone, 661-713-4371
Brian Gran Mariner 1973 M36 Hull 9

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[> [> Windlass Rec's -- Lawrence Hall, - Tuesday - 01/13/15 - 10:03am

Hello, Brian, and thanks for the reply re windlass selections. My email address is < d.lawrencehall@gmail.com >, cell phone is 310.980.7818. Would thoroughly appreciate receiving pics of your vessel and windlass installation. A sail up the road to Channel Islands to see you and your vessel sounds enticing, for sure...just need to get anchoring four-square first! BTW, a few days ago I and fellow Mariner owner, Henry Wood, sailed north in light winds to Ventura area...suddenly surrounded by a literal "Jail break" of Killer Whales (Orca) which (or who) stayed and danced and rubbed shoulders with my vessel "Venture" for about 1.5 hours...an amazing, epic NatGeo encounter and event! // Look forward to hearing from you and meeting you. // Cheers! Lawrence Hall (Steward S/V Venture)

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