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38 Gordon Drive
Rockland, Maine 04841

207-594-5515

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New Mariner Sailboats

New MAriner SAILBOATS

Mariner Sailboat Specifications

New Mariner Centerboard Sailboat Store


Mariner Sailboat

The sturdy Mariner is built directly from the Rhodes 19 hull for those sailors demanding a comfortable daysailer with four sleeping berths, potty locker, and self-bailing cockpit. For over forty-five years and 4,000 hulls, the rugged and practical construction of the Mariner has guaranteed high performance and low maintenance for solo sailors and families everywhere.


Sailboat Specifications

Mariner

Overall Length

Waterline Length

Beam

Draft Minimum

Draft Maximum

Sail Area

Recommended HP

Mast Height

Mast Length

Mast Weight

Boom Length

Boom Weight

Keel-C/B Material

Keel-C/B Weight

Internal Lead Ballast

Rudder Type

Rudder Material

Seating

Weight Complete

Year Introduced

List Price

C/B

19' 2"

17' 9"

7' 0"

10"

4'11"

185

2 - 6

27'10"

24' 8"

40

10' 4"

10

Fiberglass

70

250

Kick up

Mahogany

8

1305

1962

$29,700

KEEL

19' 2"

17' 9"

7' 0"

3' 3"

3' 3"

185

2 - 6

27'10"

24' 8"

40

10' 4"

10

Iron

440

0

Fixed

Mahogany

8

1435

1962

$29,900

All Prices FOB Rockland, Maine; and Subject to Change Without Notice


Standard Equipment

Convenience Group

  • 2 Year Warranty

  • All Hardware Non-corrosive

  • Storage Lockers

  • Vinyl Gunwale Guard

  • Anodized Mast and Boom

Dress Group

  • Molded Colors

  • Waterline Stripe

Safety Group

  • Molded Toe Rail

  • Non-skid Deck and Seats

  • Positive Foam Flotation

  • Reef Cringles

  • Through-bolted Bow and Stern Cleats

Performance Group

  • Adjustable Sheet Leads

  • Best Dacron Running Rigging

  • Quick Release Sheet Cams

  • Stainless Steel Rigging and Turnbuckles


Small Craft Advisor - Jan / Feb 2008