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Spring 2020 "Notice to Mariners"

  Nathan Bayreuther - 3/26/2020

We are very happy to present the Spring, 2020 edition of the Notice to Mariners newsletter compiled by our fantastic Newsletter Editor, Terry Moulton. There is information about new members, the Nationals, the Rendezvous, and a lot more. In the midst of all the anxiety happening in the world right now, we hope this provides a bit of welcome relief and enjoyment.

It's a whopper at 30 pages - yes, you read that correctly - and it's only a click away. CLICK HERE FOR THE NEWSLETTER.

Here's hoping for a great 2020 sailing season.
The Mariner Class Association Executive Board


Inspecting a Mariner to Purchase

Want to buy a Mariner but not really sure what to look for? Is that weird stain just cosmetic or indicative of a structural issue? Does that problem need to be addressed immediately, or can it wait for another time? Is that other thing a deal-breaker, or can I use it to negotiate a lower price? Check out our inspection guide to help you be better informed when looking at a Mariner you may want to buy.
 
 


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Enjoy Our Many Benefits - Become a Member!

The Mariner is a 19-foot fiberglass sloop first manufactured by George O'Day in 1963, and currently produced by Stuart Marine. Over 4,000 boats have been constructed and can be found all over the country and even internationally. The object of the Mariner Class Association, founded in 1966, is to encourage and promote the use of the Mariner as an economical daysailer, racer and cruiser; to keep the boat safe; to develop Mariner Class racing under uniform rules with Fleet regattas and an annual National Championship and to maintain the one-design features of the Mariner as originally intended by the Designer; to develop and support family sailing opportunities with regional cruising events and an annual Mariner Rendezvous.
 
New members are always welcome. 
 
The Association publishes a newsletter, appropriately named Notice To Mariners, which is sent electronically to all members about four times a year. Through the newsletter, our forums and the plethora of information on the website, members can learn from highly experienced Mariner owners about maintaining, tuning, restoring, cruising, and racing a Mariner. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our web site and that you will soon enjoy the many benefits of Membership.

 
 Why buy a Mariner?  Why join the Mariner Class Association?
 • Shoal-draft with centerboard and kick-up rudder  • Inexpensive annual dues - only $15
 • Easy to launch and retrieve  • Quarterly newsletters
 • Large, roomy cockpit - great for family sailing  • Expert help available through active forums
 • Stable, fast, and easy to sail  • Downloadable guides, manuals, and more
 • Cuddy cabin, great for overnight cruises  • Searchable online member directory
 • Low initial cost and easy to maintain  • FREE classifieds section for boats and parts
 • Trailerable with a medium-size vehicle  • 50% BoatUS discount for Association members
 • A perfect boat for novices and experienced sailors  Click here to see more benefits!


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