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Does anyone have information on the Mark 25??
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Mark 25 Sailboat

I guess that is what happens when a single thought is in your mind. I am looking for info on the Mark 25 sailboat, I have recently purchased one and am looking for rigging info etc. as well as general discussion

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Looking for Siberios

I see from past postings that user " Siberios" owns a mark 25 sailboat, how can I contact him??

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I see from past postings that user " Siberios" owns a mark 25 sailboat, how can I contact him??

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Go to the "Song" thread and post until you reach 10 posts. Then send a PM to Siberios.
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The Mk 25 is a Davis plastic sextant. A nice starter instrument for learning Celestrial Nav. My C Plath is even better!! At ten times the cost!!
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RE Mark 25

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I guess that is what happens when a single thought is in your mind. I am looking for info on the Mark 25 sailboat, I have recently purchased one and am looking for rigging info etc. as well as general discussion

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Got yourself a good boat there. Ask away I have a bit of history on them and last known locations for about 8 Mark 25's. Once you eliminate the sextants and Mercury's you see them

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