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Date Posted: - Monday - 08/18/08 - 10:06pm
Author: Craig M31-25 Hibou
Subject: Non-member Mariners

Here's photographic evidence that not all Mariners are listed on our site. The first photos are of a Mariner 40 that was in the yard while we worked on Hibou this spring. The last two are of a Mariner 32 that belongs to the Everett Sea Scouts. The long range shot is from our cockpit.


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[> Unlisted Mariners -- Doug Wilson, - Tuesday - 08/19/08 - 11:53am

There's another one in Marina de La Paz not listed.

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[> Hull Number 1 is in San Diego -- John & Jan, - Thursday - 09/11/08 - 8:42pm

Believe it or not, but hull #1, a wooden Mariner 40, is being restored here in San Diego. I won't give away their story because they are planning on joined us along with "Long Board" a glass M40 owned by Karen and Allen Gallagher. They are hauling out next week and will be joining us shortly.

We had a great "dock up" when all three of us showed up at the public docks together. We managed to get side by side slips and spent a couple of days pouring over each other's hulls with "Cool!" and "I knew there had to be a better way..." Then, the day after we all left, "Grace O'Malley" stopped by. There are at least 4 M40s in the bay and one on the scrap heap.

Great fun!

John & Jan
Santa Teresa
San Diego
"Home of the Largest Concentration of Mariners" <-- True?

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[> [> Unlisted Mariners -- Doug Wilson, - Thursday - 09/11/08 - 10:36pm

The Mariner in Marina de La Paz is now listed.

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