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Date Posted: - Thursday - 12/27/07 - 10:56am
Author: Mike M-40 #61
Subject: Flush deck
In reply to: ben millett 's message, "cockpit" on - Monday - 12/24/07 - 1:52pm

Thanks Ben, I would like to see pictures if you have them. I have never set in a cockpit unless it is a day sailer. By removing it, I can add the area to the fuel tank. I have already bought a taller mizzen to raise the boom. A guy in Florida offered me a new Edson hydraulic for my worm but, after talking to the Edson tech, I think I am going to keep the worm. I might have to install a longer rudder post to get it high enough. I really like the hull design of the Mariner and hope to make it more user friendly. thanks for the info.

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