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This is build #80 and was finished in 2013. It was totally renovated last year. Rebuilt one beam. Changed top board of the two others. Everything was repainted. She is in very good shape.
Sails by Jeckells
5 HP Yamaha
2 x 50 W solar panels
Asking for 5000€
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Is she still for sale?
Ref the Tiki 31 (mine is in Devon), as a matter of interest is there a particular reason for the foremast being raked but not the mizzen? Interested in case it aids tacking......
I don't have much crew and I have to say that basically singlehanding the 31 is hard work! ...ok in the open sea but a challenge in tight spaces under sail. Mine is easier to manoeuvre in reverse under power.
Hello Catherine, I'm on the Dart. Currently looking at ways of improving tacking. I sailed on P le Maitre's Tiki 31 cross channel and to France, we had no problem but I haven't had equal success on my boat.
It may be technique or balance. P le Maitre's boat (Tiki Sunrise ) was the one which Wharram mentions as the one which showed him that a schooner rig could and did hack it against him sailing close hauled on a Tiki 30. (It's in one of Wharram's articles).
We sailed her to Plymouth c 1991 for a Wharram meet.
Yes of course, that would be a good idea. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am in Devon for another week or so then in France (not on the boat) on and off over the summer, hopefully sailing around our area for a week at the end of June.
I'm working on the boat (which I relaunched last week) everyday at the moment varnishing and painting to make the best of the weather opportunity.
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