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Date Posted: - Friday - 03/ 2/07 - 2:44pm
Author: Mark Smith AEOLUS
Subject: Key blanks
In reply to: Dennis J Jungers 's message, "Hori Lock Key blanks" on - Friday - 03/ 2/07 - 5:37am

Don't know if this will help or not Dennis but some 20yrs. ago I had a local locksmith make me a spare key. The blank says its from the "Independent Lock Co." out of Fichville Mass. blank #888. Don't know what to tell you about the rudder, I've always found that the 4-107 offset the slow response factor of the Mariner's in tight quarters. But you're right in that there's not much conrol moving backwards until you get moving. Aeolus is in Palm Harbor where is Manitou?

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[> [> Hori lock -- Dennis J Jungers, - Sunday - 03/ 4/07 - 12:52pm

Thanks for the reply, the boat is located at St Lucie marina next to Wahoo's restaurant in N Stuart FL. If you are in the area some time and would like to check it out my # is 772-971 7953, I am almost finished the work in the yard, so we will splash in just a few weeks I hope, Mahalo and Aloha Dennis J Jungers


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[> [> new owner -- Cindy, - Sunday - 04/ 8/07 - 5:07pm

just bought a M32 down in West Palm Beach. Love this website. Hope to hear more. Will be moving the boat to the west coast of Florida soon. Looking at Tarpon Springs.
Cindy


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[> [> [> CINDY, WELCOME TO THE CLUB! -- Randall, - Tuesday - 04/10/07 - 9:08pm

Cindy, welcome to the club!

As you may know, being a Far East Mariner owner comes with special privileges, all of which accrue immediately to new members of the Mariner Owners Association organization.

These privileges include:

*Priority access to the fine yacht of your choice (yours). Nights and weekends included, no extra fee. No call ahead necessary. No black out dates enforced.

*The freedom to disembark the marina at will without any special paperwork. Security protocols and mandatory customs inspections are waived for owners.

*Complimentary maintenance and upgrades for as long as you own your MarinerŚall you need do is supply the materials and the labor.

*Free technical support provided by our highly qualified and thoroughly screened yachting professionals via the Mariner Owners Bulletin Board. You ask and they respond (boy howdy)!

*Free listing service at www.marineryacths.com.

*Free drinks coupons for use at the club bar. To request your drinks coupons simply fill out the form on the MOA site under the tab "Booze Booze Booze" or send an email to info@marineryachts.com with "Man, I need a beer!" in the subject line.

*Free wind, free blue sky, free sunsets, and the unlimited admiration of other yacht owners.

Enjoy!

RR


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