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Marieholm 261

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Goodrow Jun 8, 2013. 1 Reply

HelloIs there anyone who knows whether a Rodkicker of Selden is recommended for Marieholm 261? I am looking for a cockpit tent, can someone help me to find one? I have something to offer, at the rear…Continue

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Joe Goodrow replied to rolf kenel's discussion Marieholm 261
"rod kickers come in different sizes based on the length of the boat. I've had one on my O'day 25 for the past three years works great."
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Pearson Owners

any Pearson owners around?
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Marieholm 261

HelloIs there anyone who knows whether a Rodkicker of Selden is recommended for Marieholm 261? I am looking for a cockpit tent, can someone help me to find one? I have something to offer, at the rear basket, I made two attachments for the backstay, it's a very good action. The cockpit space is a lot higher than before.See More
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marieholm 261

"Marieholm 261 "Svantje" from Zürich Switzerland hanging on the Lift."
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marieholm 261

"Marieholm 261 im Lift"
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Zürich
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Sailing a Marieholm 261, a 1983 built svedish fiberglas vessel.
Current location:
Switzerland
Destinations visited:
Greece kykladen island
Greece Sporaden islands
meditarrean sea
France Bretagne

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