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Date Posted: - Friday - 04/27/07 - 2:49pm
Author: Randall, M31
Subject: tough, I think
In reply to: johnny murphy 's message, "design plans or william gardens yacht designs 1 for mariner 40 1971" on - Friday - 04/27/07 - 11:11am

To my knowledge, the only Garden designed Mariner is the woody 35. The others were designed by Oberly and influenced by his experience of the Garden 35 and/or the Herreshoff 28.

I have one of Garden's design books (can't remember if it's I or II), but havent found the 35 drawings in print yet.

I think the MOA site has what exists of drawings for the rest of us, which, sadly, aint much.

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