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Tiki 38 engine (question) 1 Reply

Started by Ygal Golan in Engines and Drive systems. Last reply by Chuck Valley 15 hours ago.

Using dyneema for rigging - warning 30 Replies

Started by Robert Sheridan in Sails and Rigs. Last reply by andy solywoda 16 hours ago.

Sail cover and luff tube 8 Replies

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Acrylic windows are cracking 8 Replies

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tiki 38 project, allergy to epoxy 10 Replies

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Cookie has a new home 3 Replies

Started by Rory McDougall in NEWS. Last reply by Rory McDougall Apr 13.

Sailing Conclusions, Proa Why Not?.... 5 Replies

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E-book by Russ Brown

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Nice tiki 38 for sale in nz $75,000 nz 1 Reply

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Bazinga is For Sale

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TIKI 21 COOKING FAT FOR SALE 1 Reply

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Rudder, what's wrong 8 Replies

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Searching a RAKA or size up to TIKI38, preferbly in Europe (not a must) 2 Replies

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Schooner rig for pahi 31? 3 Replies

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unfinished tiki 38 project ? allergy to epoxy

Hello wharram builders and friends!

Me and my partner Ondra started building our tiki 38 last year in january. We have most of the starboard hull finished now, but we had to stop building about a month ago due to Ondras health problems. 

From the start of the build, Ondra has been having some respiratory problems and skin rashes. Recently, things got quite serious (he was basicaly choking every night), so after visiting a doctor, who made some tests, he was diagnosed with…
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Posted by Eva Zvonickova on April 4, 2018 at 4:54am

TRADE: 3.73 Ha Olive Farm for Wharram and some cash

Sea Views and Almost 10 acres with roughly 400 Very Old Olive Trees near L'Ampolla, Ebro River Catalonia. Unimproved land with derelict Casita, Cistern and Mains electricity. Will trade for Wharram or similar. This property is exactly 1 mile from the sea in a sought after and upscale area.

Posted by Greg and Liza Stewart on February 26, 2018 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Selling our Tiki 30 in Asia

We are buying a new boat so that means we must sell our 2009 professionally built Tiki 30. The boat is located in Singapore. Pictures, details, and pricing in the attached document.

Hourua%20Inventory%20BB%20241017.docx

Posted by Nigel Signal on February 5, 2018 at 7:03am

Swim ladder on smaller Wharrams / getting dogs and people onboard

What are others doing to make it easy to get dogs (and people) on board when not beside a dock?  Getting our 60 pound dog off and on the boat during a camping trip is a particular concern.On the Mana the mizzen mast on the aft crossbeam and the mizzen sail and its lines aft of that create a lot of "busy-ness" in that area. Any suggestions out there? photos of swim ladder arrangements on Tiki 21s? Other options? 

Posted by Rod McLaren on December 18, 2017 at 9:41am

Executive Summary

Following the 1950 and 1996 water shortage in Texas, it was necessary to institute programs through organizations that would to be active in the instituting measures to conserve water. The move would be taken by considering key statistics so that information about the water scarcity and need is used to determine the adversely affected areas in Texas. The result was the formation of the Regional Water Planning Groups (RWPG) that would serve to provide an orderly management in preparation for…

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Posted by Lavey Thomas on December 13, 2017 at 9:17am — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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