i doubt it since this thread is o about 6 years old you dont really want to bring up old threads
10-30-2008 09:15 PM
granted, it's been six years, but . . .
. . . is your merit 22 still for sale? do you know of any others?
thanks for your response. sorry i can't email you instead--i haven't posted enough yet, apparently.
05-07-2002 05:34 AM
I have a Merit 22 for sale. Contact me if interested and I will provide photos and details.
05-03-2002 04:28 PM
KurtM Please keep your eyes out for someone selling for me. I have been looking for some time now. Thank you.
05-03-2002 06:39 AM
I own a Merit 22 and have had it for 2 seasons, I have sailed all of my life and love this boat. I crewed with my father on out 10m Pearson and am totally happy with the Merit. Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions and comments about the boat. I have all of the original documentation including the owners manual and original sales brochure. Any one interested in any of this let me know by e-mail and I will send it off to you. Have fun.
03-12-2002 04:16 AM
Good start on the website. Be sure to tell Good Old Boat about it so that they can add it to their list of owner''s sites. That''s a great resource I use a lot when researching boats. I really like their magazine, too.
03-11-2002 11:11 AM
and the reason you missed it, is that it just opened for business. I am an owner and if you have specific questions fire at will. I am going to post some info on the .org site.
01-10-2002 11:26 AM
A buddy of mine owned and raced a Merit 22 at one time. Email me offline (email@example.com) and I will give you his email address.
Also, I couldn''t find an M-22 website, but here is one for Merit 25''s. These folks might be able to help you with questions about the 22: http://www.well.com/user/pk/M25.html
To give credit where credit is due, I found that info on the M-25 at www.goodoldboat.com. The Good Old Boat website is chock full of useful info. It also happens to be a terrific magazine.
01-10-2002 09:30 AM
I have run across a Merit 22. There''s not much available on the boat. Boatcheck has a couple articles. Anyone know if there is a class organization on the web? What type of PHRF rating would it have in the south east US?