1967 O'Day Mariner Ad
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Unfortunately, I don't have any higher resolution shots, so I transcribed the text below.
The O'Day Mariner offers you a versatile sailing-cruising-racing boat, designed to utilize every inch of space in a proven hull, and incorporate sturdy, low-maintenance, fiberglass construction with bright mahogany, distinctive colors, and many features of much larger craft to make her a fine sailing yacht.
Construction is molded fiberglass giving superior strength and durability. Exterior surfaces have extra hardness and gloss, making it easy to maintain the attractive colors and new appearance for many years. Positive flotation is provided.
Sail Plan features a seven-eighths rig ideal for cruising and most adaptable to all conditions ranging from strong breezes where you may use the roller reefing and a storm jib to racing with genoa jib or spinnaker.
Cockpit is more than seven feet long with deep coamings to provide comfortable seating for six or more on fiberglass seats with ample storage space underneath.
Power can easily be provided with most any small outboard motor and the outboard well is molded in.
Spars are of anodized aluminum and the mast is stepped on deck in a hinged step for easy dismounting if you "drysail" or want to cruise where low bridges would otherwise prevent.
Trailerability is excellent and standard equipment will allow you to put your cruising yacht in the water anywhere, and take her home for offseason storage too.
Accommodations for day cruising, or going off for a night or a week, are superior. Two full size berths in the spacious cabin serve as seats during the day or at meal times. Handy shelves are provided over each, and the fore peak will hold sails and other gear and can be rigged for locking. The head can be installed on the starboard side and is easily accessible; a folding cover provides additional counter space. The galley space to port has space for a stove, and pump and water tank can be built in, all easily reached from inside or from outside where the ice compartment is located under the seat. A canvas curtain closes off the cabin or optional mahogany slides are available if you desire a closed cabin. The cockpit seats are designed for sleeping too, and with the use of a simple boom-tent berths are actually available for four. With space available many will want to add their own ideas to make Mariner their home afloat.
Forward Hatch can be used to provide more light in the cabin, ventilation when cooking or sleeping, and makes it unnecessary to go on deck to pick up or cast off your mooring, change headsails, or handle the spinnaker.
Standard Equipment includes berths, framework and counters for head and galley, canvas cabin closure, styrofoam flotation, outboard well, wire halyards, ice box compartment.
Optional Extras are head, stove, water tank and pump, permanent cabin closure, ice box, berth cushions, seat cushions, genoa, storm jib, and spinnaker.