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Its a '75. I got it two years ago (my second season of sailing her).What year is it? It seems to be just like mine. (Without 3 holes in the bottom)
I got one--for parts.Look what followed me home...
1974 O’day mariner 2+2
She’s pretty complete save anyI got one--for parts.
We have similar conditions where I sail and everyone surfs their boat right up onto the beach when they come in and then drags it out of the waves. The trick is to sit right back on the transom to keep the bow up. You get some scratches but no major damage.WTH???
Both these look like they've been drinking all day. Too much line and confusion on deck. Its not that hard.
I grew up launching and beaching in the Florida surf. Head in...steady...pull the dagger as needed , let the rudder come up ...hit the beach at same time let the sheet out fully. Get out drag the boat on to wet sand while the sail is fully dumped. Never ever had one roll in the surf even in 4 foot waves.
If you stand up instead, you'll get a hole in the sail.The trick is to sit right back on the transom to keep the bow up. You get some scratches but no major damage.
Topper?Perhaps made by a cannonball?
(Nice topper in the background.)
Cool little British racing dinghy- looks a lot like my mystery scow, but smaller and lighter at <100 lbs.Topper?
Pretty much everyone learns to sail in a Topper in the uk. Kids race them. Not so much adults.Cool little British racing dinghy- looks a lot like my mystery scow, but smaller and lighter at <100 lbs.
Ohhh. I never thought about it. Thanks.Better to put the rig on the other side of the mast...
You couldn’t! Incredible deal on the motor alone!It happened again…View attachment 46789well I bought a 2015 Suzuki 2.5 4stroke outboard for $250 and seller threw this in to sweeten the deal. Complete boat and trailer.
How could I say no?