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Wharram TIKI 38 group

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Height to Bottom of sail

Started by Chuck Valley Jun 7.

Slipping my Tiki 38 2 Replies

Started by Dave English. Last reply by Dave English Mar 22.

Tiki modification idea 3 Replies

Started by Jerry. Last reply by Budget Boater Feb 2.

Anchor chain box alongside mast-beam, sprit pole and GPS showing speed 11 Replies

Started by Norm van't Hoff. Last reply by Norm van't Hoff Jan 9, 2016.

Ideal height setting for outboard pods? 6 Replies

Started by Norm van't Hoff. Last reply by Norm van't Hoff Jan 7, 2016.

Tiki 38 a step further ! 7 Replies

Started by Ivan de Macedo Dias. Last reply by Brett Parker Sep 22, 2015.

Weight Tiki 38 1 Reply

Started by Björn. Last reply by Budget Boater May 29, 2015.

Tiki 38' steering 3 Replies

Started by Norm van't Hoff. Last reply by alex Mar 30, 2015.

Aluminum mast design 8 Replies

Started by Chris Bretter. Last reply by Chris Bretter Jan 7, 2014.

Ply dimensions

Started by Chuck Valley Nov 8, 2013.

T38 query: rectangular boards of both ends of second beam 2 Replies

Started by luis. Last reply by luis Apr 12, 2013.

whats the real timeframe to build a T38? 5 Replies

Started by Darren Soper. Last reply by wakataitea Mar 2, 2013.

CAD drawings 6 Replies

Started by alex. Last reply by alex Aug 25, 2012.

query on anchoring / deck-beam device (?) 15 Replies

Started by luis. Last reply by luis Oct 31, 2011.

Tiki 38 tillers plan 3 Replies

Started by luis. Last reply by luis May 13, 2011.

Building Method

Started by marc Oct 26, 2009.

Comment Wall

Comment by Axel on November 29, 2010 at 4:22pm
You will find Beat and Beatriz out in the Pacific at the moment, enjoying life on Aluna. She's a crab-claw rigged T38 and has proven quite good. My T38 on the other hand is still in the building shed. Life seems to have a way of interrupting the best laid plans from time to time. I have almost finished but for other reasons it's going to be a couple of years before we can go anywhere anyway. So she sits, not forgotten but not yet achieving her destiny.
Comment by Ganz Daniel on November 30, 2010 at 1:29am
Hi Tom! Our tiki 38 "marabu" is in carriacou (north of grenada) .we will sail in the west indies again this spring ant then bring back the boat to europe. we wish all the best and we are still dreaming about the lagoon from aitutaki wich is just perfect for a boat like the tiki 38 daniel
Comment by Ron Hall on November 30, 2010 at 8:53am
My Tiki 38 Mouzzer is in the Chesapeake Bay. Launched in June of 2008, we have been sailing her in the bay and plan to retire in a couple of years and go cruising, initially on the East coast of the US. We learn a little bit more each time we go out about how to sail her, and how to arrange things onboard for convenience and function. I am still working on the interior, so we are not quite done. I don't think there are any pictures of the boat on this site; I keep meaning to uplaod some, but it's pretty much the generic T38, the exceptions being extended coachroofs on the hulls and a different cockpit design. Coming north after the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner race this year, we met a southbound T38 Al Raso, built by Martin Huivon in Canada. They had just launched and he, his wife, and their two teenage children were heading south to go cruising. I think they are meeting up with Ann and Neville in Florida for the Wharram meet before heading into the Caribbean. It was a shock of sorts to see another T38 sailing toward us in the middle of the bay, but the boat looked good even heavily loaded.
Comment by luis on November 30, 2010 at 11:50am
hi ron,
it would be great if you can send pics of your "different cockpit design".
rds
luis
Comment by Jacques on November 30, 2010 at 5:19pm
Mine is on the dry in New Jersey US. I just finished her and plan to sail across the atlantic next spring and bring her in Mediterranee for a while.

That will be a good test.

Jacques. Tiki 38 #99 "Pilgrim"

Comment by Martin Hivon on December 6, 2010 at 4:53pm
Daniel (Marabu),

when are you planning to sail back to Europe? What route are you planning to take? We will be spending the winter sailing in the Bahamas and Cuba but next spring, we are going to Europe. We will go either via Bermuda or from the Chesapeake Bay. Jacques Pierret is also planning to go from New Jersey. It would be awesome to have 3 Tiki 38 going across together.

Martin from Al Raso
www.alraso.com
Comment by Ganz Daniel on December 7, 2010 at 4:35am
Hi Martin! we are planing to sail next spring around grenada, st.vincent and the grenadines. we gonna leave marabu another hurricane season in carriacou and we will sail back to europe over the bermudas in may 2012. great to hear from you martin!!
Comment by berbar2009 on December 18, 2010 at 2:57pm

I'l begening building my tiki 38 in 2011 in britain near Lorient.

it will building strip planking and glassfiber.

Excuse me for my very bad english !

Bernard

Comment by luis on December 18, 2010 at 7:40pm

hi bernard, nice choice. good luck with the building! Please keep the group informed int he updates of the construction. Rds. Luis

Comment by Chris on January 7, 2011 at 5:55am
Hi all, happy 2011. WANTED: Tiki 38 in the US or the islands, now or later in the year. Kindly contact me, thanks, safe sailing, chris

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