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Issue #119January 2012
Mariner
A Publication For Where Land Endswww.marinermagazine.com
 
A Magazine For The Marina del Rey Boating Community
The
 
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The Mariner
 
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Issue 118 2012Put it in the books – 2012’s done. Personally, I’m glad to see it go. I endured some personal loss, made no greatpersonal strides (although I’m think I might have grown a half inch) and the year ended with a nutbag murdering
20 small children at a school – oye. The Mayan’s said it would all end in 2012– it didn’t, but it denitely took a
hard skid at the end.So, I am jumping into the time-shower. I shall take the soap (that is the promise of 2013) and wash all thedisgusting 2012 off of my tarnished soul. It’s cliché, but that “1” that begins a calendar’s ascent into a new yearbegs optimism from those of us with heart. In any font, it’s a reset button for all who may have suffered in themonths preceding. Lay your burdens on the number 1 my boating brethren and sistren, then, move forward with
a cleansed spirit. Adopt a new way, address your aws, forgive yourself, be nice and live the moments you have
been allotted.As for the boat – clean it and prepare it for what it does so well. We all know how a day on the water can purify,fortify and sanctify. I, like so many of you, covet the ability to escape from society’s incessant activity and theformula and rigid structure of the day to day.In the days, weeks and months after January 1 of 2013, I will make time to escape, to reset and to make for theocean where serenity so often awaits – I wish the same for you.Allow me this time to thank all of you who bother to pick up The Marinerevery month. Without you, we’re toast. I hope that it serves a purposefor you folks and that you enjoy it. Please give the advertisers a call whensomething breaks or you want to buy a new boat etc. They keep it all goingand I appreciate that as well. Happy 2013!
The Mariner is
Editor/Publisher
Pat Reynolds
Columnist
Mookie
Contributors
Dave KirbyRichard SchaeferTim Tunks
For advertising rates andInformation contact310-397-1887
emaileditor@marinermagazine.com
Mailing address
P.O. Box 9403Marina del Rey, CA 90295The Mariner appears on the lastFriday of every month.
This issue Dec. 28 - Jan 25
ImportantNumbers
at a glance:
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Marina del ReySheriff:310-482-6000
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Los Angeles CountyLifeguard:310-577-5700
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 Vessel Assist:800-399-1921
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Marine Life Rescue800-39WHALE
FROM THE EDITORWHAT’S INSIDE
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Prepping for the Mark by Pat Reynolds
Coming Events 4
O the Wire 6Gitcher Grub On! 8
Boat Galley Recipes
Box Full of Energy 10
Fuel Cell Technology by Nik Vale
 And the Winners Are... 12
 
Holiday Boat Parade Winners
Local Currents 17
 
Resolutions and Regrets by Captain Richard Schaefer
Racing - Racing Resolutions by Tim Tunks 20Gizmo of the Month - “Light Sheets” 22
 
 Ask the Expert - Distress Calls 23 Ask Mookie 24Classieds 25
Thanks for picking it up!
Photo Pat Reynolds
 
2012
 
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Issue 118 3
65 McKinna
2002 pilot house,3 cabins,loaded low hours
$699,00052 Californian
cockpit motor yacht 1990Spacious layout, loaded
$199,00042 Sea Ray (
1997 and 2001) motor yacht,twin diesels, turn key - from
$190,00039 Bayliner
2000 Cummins diesels, ACloaded 400 hours, AC only
$129,00036 Mainship
1988 Aft Cabin. Over $40,000spent in upgrades
$54,50052 Irwin
1984 3 cabins and heads, spaciousinterior. Great price
$87,00037 Alberg
1974 cruiser needs work, rebuiltuninstalled diesel, will trade
$16,00058 Hatteras
1979 motor yacht 3 staterooms,private use or charter up to 49 guest
$289,00051 Bluewater
1986, twn dsls, 2 cabs, intareas on 1 level, great live aboard
$89,00041 Silverton
1993 motor yacht , queen berthsfore and aft, low 324 hours, AC
$69,90038’ Bayliner
convertible 1988 2 largestaterooms, twin diesels. Two helms
$69,00036 Carver
1989 aft cab 2 state rooms, dualcontrols, great for fam & livaboard
$39,90041 Islander Freeport
1978 full keel doublecabin, needs major work
$49,000 TRADE37 Fisher Pilothouse
1975 bluewtr ketchupgraded 1991 new engine
$89,000 TRADE50 Hatteras
convtble sport shers 1980 &
1983, Detroit dsls, loaded. From
$149,00039’ Carver
Motor Yacht. 1994, 2 state-rooms, electronics, canvas, Xcellent
$84,50038 Carver 1988
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$69,500
 
35 Carver
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best 34 layout loaded withgear
$22,00036 Islander
1974 wheel, spacious interior
$18,90055 Spoiler 1990
loaded with new electronics, just hauled, bottom painted
$249,00047 Lein Hwa
1997 cummins dsls 350 hours,shows like new - motivated seller
$19700039 Carver
aft cabin with cockpit 1995 loadedvery clean. Twin Cummins diesels,
$99,00036 Sea Ray Express
1983 newly rebuiltengines, Trac Vision satellite TV,
$39,000
 
55 Roberts
cruising ketch 1982, 3 state-rooms, loaded ready to cruise
$149,00041 Hunter
aft cockpit with aft cabin; have 2-2000 an 2002,
$129,00036 Islander 1972
equipped 2008 for aroundthe world cruise by Zac Sunderland
$49,000
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