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  1. 4.3 Mari for sale in Canberra. Great condition on trailor with two Jibs and ferling drum on the jib. Have had the boat for about 1 and a half years, allways garaged! Around $1200 contact at bennythesurfer@yahoo.com.au
  2. Mari for sale in Canberra. Great condition on trailor with two Jibs and ferling drum on the jib. Have had the boat for about 1 and a half years, allways garaged! Around $1200 contact at bennythesurfer@yahoo.com.au
  3. Hey guys, sorry for my ignorance, but how do i rake the mast. Is it a simple job of setting it up so that it points more towars the rear or something else. ta guys benny and jenny (the maricat)
  4. wow, i only just checked this board. thanks heaps for all of the replys i am glad that i should feel a sense of acheivment for my carwheeling efforts. I sail in canberra, we have some good lakes for it, the wind can often be quite challenging (or gusty.) So if we keep the weight toward the rear when on the jib that should help, sounds good. Cheers to all benny and jenny the maricat
  5. wow, i only just checked this board. thanks heaps for all of the replys i am glad that i should feel a sense of acheivment for my carwheeling efforts. I sail in canberra, we have some good lakes for it, the wind can often be quite challenging (or gusty.) So if we keep the weight toward the rear when on the jib that should help, sounds good. Cheers to all benny and jenny the maricat
  6. Ok, firstly my Maricat rocks one fine windy day i managed to nose dine my mari at a good speed, i beleve it is becasue i had the weight of myself and friend (big) to far forward, is this common? As we both managed to smack our heads on the boom mast etc. Without a harness how far can you lean her before she will capsize. ta guys sailing rocks benny
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