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Date Posted: - Monday - 10/20/08 - 11:17pm
Author: Laurence Shephard
Subject: mariner 31
In reply to: Randall 's message, "Murre's Minimalist Set Up" on - Monday - 07/21/08 - 10:01pm

Hi,
I am thinking of buying a Mariner 31. I don't know much about these vessels, (but you guys seem to know a lot about them. ) What do you think about them as cruisers? The boat needs work done to the deck, inside and painting to masts and hull. Is it difficult (and expensive) to work on these boats? Also what are they like as liveaboards? Are they big enough to be comfortable? I'd appreciate any info you guys can give me.
Laurence

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