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New Carver Owner 1988 Mariner 3297

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Vessel Info: 1998. Mariner 350 . Twin 7.4 engines / kholer 6.5 gas Genset
Location: Nashville, TN
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Re: New Carver Owner 1988 Mariner 3297

Postby Wkuhilltopperfan » March 20th, 2016, 12:08 pm

cptainjim wrote:Source of the post Good morning fellow explorers and Carver Owners ! I am expecting delivery of a 1986 32 aft cabin possibly this Thursday pending outcome of second shake down . Anyone have any idea what kind of fuel consumption I should expect from her at nine knots with a pair of 350s using the standard props listed as 18x18 4 blade . Have no idea whats on her for props but this is whats listed as original equipment . Thanks ...cptainjim

Welcome, hope your inspection go well and you get your vessel! I love my Carver...we'll built
1998 350 Mariner

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Vessel Info: 1998 355 AC/MY "Deja Vu"
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Re: New Carver Owner 1988 Mariner 3297

Postby mjk1040 » March 20th, 2016, 6:54 pm

Happy boating Jim, we just sold our '88 3297 and went to a '98 355 AC/MY, we really loved the Mariner lay out and the walk around deck. If you have any questions, your in the right place, been there and done that. However I got to tell you a boating buddy in our marina had the same year Mariner as ours and it had things mine did not and vice a verse a. Any way I became quite familiar with her from bow to stern. Feel free to email me. Mike
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