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Hi does anyone know of any of the above for sale?

    We almost bought a tiki 31 but some one got there before us!

We are willing to travel anywhere in europe or east coast of America / Carribbean .

   Something with a small amount of work to be done would be great as we would like to design the interior to suit our needs .

All the best Dave and Amanda.

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We would be happy to build a bare boat for you to complete the interior yourself or complete one to your design David
Hi thats a very nice offer !
Our only problem is the budjet.
We have 15 to 17000 pounds sterling to spend and are looking for a project boat for around about 8000 pounds sterling that I could then work on myself.
I have done a fair amount of bout building both fibre glass and wood and worked for cygnus marine in cornwall and at Camper and Nicholsons in Gosport.
What sort of price would you charge for a tiki / Pahi aroubd about the 30 to 40 foot range? And would you be intersted in doing some kind of work exchange to keep the costs down?
I know its a big ask but if you doesnt ask you dont get!!!:)
Where are you located ?
We are looking at moving to the Bahamas sometime in the future which is why we were looking at Wharrams.
Sorry about the long message!!!
Best regards Dave and Amanda.
P.S. Liked your photo album.
Hi David. That's a bit of a bummer! But was not meant to be which means there's a better boat out there for you. Why not consider one of the Classic Wharrams? I'm thinking a Tangaroa or Narai. These are good, strong boats with a lot of miles behind them. As with all boats, it is important that you or a surveyor do a thorough check prior to purchasing, but you could get a lot more bang for your buck! There have been a few discussions surrounding the Classics on here, so take some time and read these. Í owned a Tangaroa a few years back, and they are a comfortable cruising boat for a couple, easy to sail and work on and acres of deck space. With some clever planning, the layout can be improved from the original plans which makes it a far more "user-friendly" boat, without compromising the structure ie safety. Some food for thought! Cheers
Keep an eye on these two, Beware though that Wharrams that do sell at rock bottom prices is usually for a good reason as a "restoration" job may end up costing you a lot more money and time.

http://wharram.eu//live//index.php?topic=Wharrams

http://www.multihulls.uk.com/wharram/boats.htm
Thanks for that will do.
I se you are a pirates of the carribbean fan!!!



Geminidawn said:
Keep an eye on these two, Beware though that Wharrams that do sell at rock bottom prices is usually for a good reason as a "restoration" job may end up costing you a lot more money and time.

http://wharram.eu//live//index.php?topic=Wharrams

http://www.multihulls.uk.com/wharram/boats.htm
There's an unfinished Tiki 38 on page 2 on the Wharram Classified that may suit. IMHO You'd be better off with an "unfinished" than a "restoration" project, where you'd be picking up from where the other guy left off rather than doing a lot of dead work.
More a Pirates than a POTC fan, I was reading about Ed Teach and messing about in boats when the rest of my peers were playing football. Pirates of the Carribbean is good entertainment for what it is, Audrie and I often kick back on a rainy weekend with a couple of bottles of wine throw on the box set and have a few laughs, brings me back to my childhood.

david scott fulton said:
Thanks for that will do.
I se you are a pirates of the carribbean fan!!!



Geminidawn said:
Thanks Have just emailed him and several others. I am going to U.K. next week to look at a couple of Hillyards and hopefully wharrams if I can find any!!!

Geminidawn said:
There's an unfinished Tiki 38 on page 2 on the Wharram Classified that may suit. IMHO You'd be better off with an "unfinished" than a "restoration" project, where you'd be picking up from where the other guy left off rather than doing a lot of dead work.
More a Pirates than a POTC fan, I was reading about Ed Teach and messing about in boats when the rest of my peers were playing football. Pirates of the Carribbean is good entertainment for what it is, Audrie and I often kick back on a rainy weekend with a couple of bottles of wine throw on the box set and have a few laughs, brings me back to my childhood.

david scott fulton said:
Thanks for that will do.
I se you are a pirates of the carribbean fan!!!



Geminidawn said:
Hi there,

I have Pahi 31 for sale, located close to Berlin. It is in pretty good shape and does not need too much work. If you are interested, send me an emai (b.wedel@highyag.de).

Björn

Hi David,

 

Not sure if you're still looking but check out my Tiki38 at www.seayachtsales.com

Hi Dave aand Amanda

 

Are you still looking for a boat?  I have a Tiki 31 for sale.  I was originally lookng for £15,000 but I think I need to adjust my price downwards.  I am about to do some remodelling on her, but if you are interested in a very sound boat with the potential for development let me know.

 

Cheers

Paul

paulandsamlawton@blueyonder.co.uk

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