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Date Posted: - Monday - 04/20/20 - 11:42pm
Author: Young
Subject: Mariner 31 hull # 36

Project boat. A bit more that i can handle. I fell in love with the story and history of the Mariner along with her lines and simple rig set up. A passage maker that I wish I had the resources and means to bring her back. I was hopeful, but turns out it is too much for me. Cock pit needs reframing Main aft bulkhead is rotted at base as is much if the base of the main cabin top, My Mariner 31 hull number 36 is up for grabs if anyone has the means and is interested. :( or if anyone would like to fund my rebuild haha Id have her polished up sail her all over.
Thank you all ! be safe out there! I am waiting for a response to add my boat to the for sale area of this site.

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[> Mariner 31 Hull #36 -- Hal, - Friday - 09/18/20 - 9:29am


Just saw your message. Do you still have this boat?

I would be interested in some parts, sails etc for my 31.

I am in over my head on this one, now need to rebuild or replace the engine as well. With 350 hours so far, I'm going to keep going and use it with my kids and grandkids.

The project here


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