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  1. 1971 Mariner Ketch

    February 20, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Mariner 1971 Ketch Project Boat – In water. Restoration work started. First fiberglass hull built by Far East Yachts.

    Repowered in 2000 w Yanmar 35 hp diesel. Bottom was redone in 2009. Equipped w Doyle Main, Pacific blue main sail cover, 150 Genoa w Furlex roller furling and Mizzen.

    Hull is sound, top of mast needs repair and reblocking (deck stepped mast). Wood wheel, worm gear steering. Equipped w sitka spruce spars in need of repair and varnishing. Cockpit: Coamings of African mahogany. Tiller on deck aft of cockpit, of sprce and African mahogany laminated.

    Interior has over 6 foot headroom,, classic styling. Some fiberglass/deck work needed. Mast is on shore, engine runs very well.

    Sold “as is” and “where is”.

    Photos: www.sellyourboatnow.shutterfly.com

    Contact: Steve/Patty (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  2. Mariner 1970 Grand Mariner 40

    December 23, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Dreamweaver is a Solid Fiberglass, Full Keel Blue Water Cruiser. Easily single handed. She is an ideal go anywhere boat for two people. I have owned and restored her for ten years. I have just returned from a 1 year cruise (charter season) through the Bahamas and she is ready to go again. The wiring is all new, interior is refinished, Sitka Spruce Spars have been refinished with West System and Epoxy paint. I have a recent survey in hand. Many upgrades and improvements. I am looking for a bigger boat and this is what motivates the sale.

    Equipment on Board:

    Perkins 4-107, SiTex Chartplotter, VHF, CPT Autopilot, SiTex Radar (not instaled), Gimbled SS propane Stove/Oven, New Engle fridge/Freezer, 14’/9′ nesting skiff, two outboards, Solar Panels, 45′ CQR, 25′ Plow, Many extras


  3. 1973 Mariner M31

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is a full keel ketch blue water seaworthy. Bottom was taken down to clean fiberglass 10/2006, new bottom paint again in 7/2010. Rear cockpit and deck rebuilt in 2010 not quite finished Needs cosmetic work and paint.
    MUST SELL
    I will consider best offer

    Equipment on Board:

    Raymarine radar and chart plotter, Auto steering, Perkins diesel, 3 anchors, Shaeffer roller furling, 120 jenny and standard jib, main & mizzen. Force cabin heater, Davits, Propane oven


  4. 1971 Mariner 31 yawl

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Boat Name – Melora

    The Mariner 31 Ketch’s legendary classic construction, longevity, ease of handling, and reliability equals added value and pure refreshing sailing fun!

    Melora is the best 31 Mariner Ketch value on the market today! Her state of the art navigation with 10’ chart plotter and radar is second to none! Plus, her low 1,342 engine hours and smooth running diesel engine add value.

    Broker comments: Norm Jackonen

    Melora is a traditional, classic Mariner with teak & holly sole interior, exceptionally clean fabric cushion and a classic interior complete with navigation station and E80 Raymarine GPS chart plotter and radar. Below the water line she has a shoal keel and the best fresh water bottom protection system with Interlux VC-17 bottom paint that never builds up for a racing smooth wet surface finish and improved performance! Melora is a must see! Melora has been enjoyed by her current owner mostly as a day sailor and vacation get away cruiser.

    Take the time to discover the creative improvements, comfort and sail ability Melora offers. While her bright work is in the process of being redone, I know you’ll be impressed with this traditional style, cared for vessel by an experienced skipper. He

    Melora is loaded with extra gear and ready to sail! She is simply a turnkey situation!
    She is available for her new Captain’s inspection, sea trial and purchase. You can see the full listing specs on this boat at our website www.northstarmarinegroup.net

    Equipment on Board:


  5. 1979 Mariner 28′

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1979 28′ Mariner Sailboat with two-axle trailer. Slip included at Pueblo Resevoir till Oct 31,2011.
    Free storage till Spring of 2012.

    All ready to sail, lots of features and extremely well built boat, must see and priced to sell.

    Equipment on Board:

    Features-
    -15Hp Yanmar inboard diesel with folding prop
    -Edson Pedestal steering
    -Large sail inventory
    -New head
    -sleeps 5
    -lots of teak and beautful craftsmanship – very yacht like hand laid fiberglass
    -sails wonderful very balanced,
    -approxmate PHRF rating 204
    -two axle galvanized trailer with new tires

    similar to Catalina 27 but better built.


  6. 1980 MARINER SLOOP

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This Peter Canning design was built in the New Hampshire tradition of fine quality & craftsmanship. The contemporary design embodies all the modern trends of a family racer-cruiser, but, as other Mariners, is a fully-capable offshore yacht. The fin keel & skeg-hung rudder assure a fast, balanced performance. The long waterline & ample beam provide a large cabin that is warmly finished with an abundance of teak. While the Mariner is a modern, high-performance sailing auxiliary, its old world, one-at-a-time construction philosophy insures you a yacht of substance.

    Appreciating Classic Yacht

    Equipment on Board:

    Grenadier
    An Appreciating Classic Yacht
    Mariner 36 with conventional amenities plus:
    Central Air Conditioning and Heat
    Propane 3 Burner Stove
    Built-In Microwave
    Dock Water System
    Two Dining Tables (Cockpit and Salon)
    Two Cockpit Teak Drink Holders
    Galley and Cockpit Refrigeration

    Superior coordinated fabric in salon draperies and settees
    Stereo AM/FM and CD Player

    Auto-Pilot
    Two-Set Sails
    Bossen Chair
    Improved Anchor Locker
    Full Cockpit Canvas
    Wireless Exterior Internet Antenna
    Dish System for Satellite Television
    Rotating Flat Screen TV and Personal Computer Monitor
    Thirty-five HP Yanmar Diesel – low hours
    Visit the Mariners Owner’s Group website at:
    http://marineryachts.ning.com


  7. 1981 mariner

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    center cockpit. survey Nov 09 stated “excelent example of well-maintained classic boat”.

    Equipment on Board:

    davits,crane,good sails,air conditioner,ssb,tv,micro,1500 inverter,800 ah house bats,st 4000 pilot,Harkin furler,9.5 Caribe,15 hp Mercury,2 30ampshorepower,recent rigging,new chainplates,2 awnings,bimini w/dodger new 09,recent gelcoat,owner maintained


  8. 1978 Mariner Sloop

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This Vintage sloop has just undergone a complete refit w/unbelievable upgrades that include but are not limmited to
    New Yanmar 30 hp w/36hrs
    Schaefer 2100 roller furling
    Schaefer lazy jacks
    New life lines,standing rigging, and running rigging
    Sail cover, Helm covers, UV covering for the head sail
    New brass clock and barometer
    New harkin travler
    Furuno 36 mi radar
    Trac tic windinstuments
    New non skid
    New bottom job
    New mermaid central air

    Equipment on Board:

    The list goes on and on. The boat is in excellent shape and would make a great cruiser.


  9. 1969 Mariner 31′ Ketch

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    I call Isabella a “freak of nature”. For her size-range she is strong, safe, and comfortable at sea. She performs well in both light and heavy winds. She is an extremely forgiving boat and would be the perfect cruising boat for either a single-hander or a couple. She is made of extra thick fiberglass-reinforced polyester resin hull with 1/2″ Polyurethane insulation, which keeps temperature inside comfortable in any type of weather. Deck is plywood covered with fiberglass. I have personally sailed this boat around the Hawaiian Islands, across the Pacific Ocean from Hawaii to Canada, and down the West Coast to San Francisco where she currently rests on the hard in the Napa Valley Marina.

    In the past year, the boat has undergone a major refit and upgrade: newly painted Awl Grip exterior (hull) and Interior paint, interior and exterior wood refinishing, epoxy painted bilge, installed new depth sounder, new bronze prop, new cushions and upholstery, and much more.

    This boat is fully equipped for cruising with strong ground tackle, multiple sails for varying wind conditions, Norvane Wind Vane, two solar panels, plenty of spare parts, a radar, vhf, and stereo. See additional equipment below.

    Equipment on Board:

    -Replaced all of the electrical wiring and panel,
    -New chain plates 08
    -New aluminum main and mizzen 06
    -Running and standing rig including all stay locks 06
    -Epoxy sealed and barrier coated interlux 2000 04
    -Yanmar 50 4jh series
    -New fuel tank 44 gal (ready to be installed)
    -44 # bruce anchor with 150 ft 3/8ths chain 150 ft ¾ Sampson braid main anchor
    -25 # plow 50 ft 5/16 chain and 200 ft rode
    -20 # danforth with 20 ft 5/16 chain
    -All bronze opening ports
    -Raymarine chart plotter and radar system 08
    -400 watt wind gen and 90 watts of solar in two panels battery charger and regulators link 2000 battery monitor 08
    -Life raft, 406 epirb, hard dingy 9.9 and 5 horse out boards
    -Water heater and diesel heater


  10. 1981 mariner

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    center cockpit. survey Nov 09 stated “excelent example of well-maintained classic boat”.

    Equipment on Board:

    davits,crane,good sails,air conditioner,ssb,tv,micro,1500 inverter,800 ah house bats,st 4000 pilot,Harkin furler,9.5 Caribe,15 hp Mercury,2 30ampshorepower,recent rigging,new chainplates,2 awnings,bimini w/dodger new 09,recent gelcoat,owner maintained