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Hei Matau is for sale. I am selling because my crew has mutinied over the lack of a "proper" head and galley. I personally love the spartan accommodations of the Tiki 26, but sailing without my crew is too lonely. I am also starting a business, and do not anticipate having the time to sail her as often as she deserves. She is located in Bennington, VT. The price is $15,000 USD and is a deal, so please only serious offers. She is in great shape and ready to sail on your next epic adventure. Did I mention that she did 14.7 knots one glorious day between Padanarum and Cuttyhunk?

Please see my page for some photos. Others upon request.

She was built to plan #305, and finished in 2005. Here is the current equipment list:

Nissan 6hp, long shaft, 2005

5L gas tank + 5 gallon spare gas container

Sails by Lee: main wingsail, asymmetric spinnaker, hank-on jib with recent professional maintenance

New England Sta-set running rigging and lashings

Harken (mostly) and Ronstan (some) hardware

Double mainsheet

Aluminum mast, 5.25" diameter

10' Porta-bote folding dinghy, oars, wheels

10Kg/22lb Rocna anchor with 30' of 1/4" chain and 200' of 1/2" nylon rode

10lb Danforth anchor with 3' of 1/4' chain and 150' of 1/2"  nylon rode

Two 23" fenders, four docklines

Life ring

Three life jackets

4 flares

Fire extinguisher

Stainless steel retractable boarding ladder

Boathook

Two handheld spotlights

Removable running lights fore and aft, masthead anchor light

Autohelm ST1000+ tiller pilot, factory refurbished

ICP 60watt solar panel with ICP charge controller

New West Marine 79Ah AGM battery

Sea Dog electrical panel

Coleman 1500watt inverter

Midland Regatta VHF, masthead antenna

LED strip lighting in port cabin

Wiring for lighting in starboard cabin

Ritchie compass

Coleman stove, 2 burner

Coleman gas grill

Porta-potty

Custom port-side folding navigation table/storage

Custom footwell covers that convert to tables in both cabins

Custom shelving in starboard cabin

Custom nylon deck tent

System 3 epoxy deck paint 2015

1708 biaxial fiberglass keel reinforcement

E-Z Loader trailer

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I am interested in your Tiki 26. Can we arrange a time to have a look?

My name is    Casey Rappold

email      caseyrappold @gmail.com

phone      917-701-4378

Hi Casey,

I'd be happy to show you the Hei Matau on a weekend. Where are you located?

Best regards,
Randy

Hi Randall:

I'm quite interested in this boat and wonder if you have any interior picture as well?

Is the boat in the water at the moment or is it on the trailer?  How large a vehicle do you use to trailer this?

I live in Nova Scotia and could drive up to Vt to see it with in a day.

Do you have a number I can call to discuss or can I provide you an E-mail to take it off the forum

Thanks James

Hi James,

There are some interior photos of the port cabin on the "blog" section of my page on this site. I can send you more if you wish. The boat is on her trailer currently. Boat and trailer weigh about 2,000 pounds, and I have no problems towing it with my Subaru Outback, 2.4L 4 cylinder. 

You can email me at randallanselmo@gmail.com.

Cheers,

Randy

Thanks Randy;

sent an off list message.

James 

Hei Matau has a new home with a great owner. Thanks everyone for the flood of interest...I hope your Wharram dreams come true!

Hi Randy, glad everything went well. It was a real pleasure meeting you guys. Hope we cross wakes again sometime.  Casey

Randall Anselmo said:

Hei Matau has a new home with a great owner. Thanks everyone for the flood of interest...I hope your Wharram dreams come true!


Yes, Casey, great meeting your crew too. I hope to see you at the helm of a Wharram soon...you're going to love it! I'm hoping to grow up to a Tiki 38 some day.


casey rappold said:

Hi Randy, glad everything went well. It was a real pleasure meeting you guys. Hope we cross wakes again sometime.  Casey

Randall Anselmo said:

Hei Matau has a new home with a great owner. Thanks everyone for the flood of interest...I hope your Wharram dreams come true!

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