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Andrés
  • 57, Male
  • Montevideo
  • Uruguay
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Manu Rere T-Boned
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Glenn Tieman Dec 29, 2017.

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Glenn Tieman replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"Thank you Andres, your good wishes mean a lot to me. The way I cruise is grueling and lonely in general and unrecognized by all but a very few people. Thank you. The half year of making repairs on the mudbank of the terengganu estuary is thankfully…"
Dec 29, 2017
Andrés replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"I am sorry about the mistake in the name, but when I realized that the name was wrong I could not change the name of the thread. At least it was an hilarious mistake! "
Dec 17, 2017
Glenn Tieman replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"Oh, and Manu Lele is the correct name, seeing as rere has the street meaning of transvestite in french polynesia. Most of polynesia doesn't even have the letter 'r'. The original name resulted from the practical joker proclivity of a…"
Dec 17, 2017
Glenn Tieman replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"Yeah cheers to solid bulkheads! Interestingly the space under the cockpit is accessed by the standard wharram access plate with a screw down handle in the middle compressing a seal around the edge. These are great, when removed they make a whooshing…"
Dec 17, 2017
Andrés replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"Yes, it is very good. Note that Manu Lele is a Tama Moana and Tieman build it it with a full bulkhead in the middle of the hulls. I suppose a Tiki would be lower in the water, but still floating by the bow and stern bulkheads."
Dec 11, 2017
Brad Ingram replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
"It's amazing that one hull is literally split in two and the boat is still quite afloat. Wharram safety factor is unmatched. "
Dec 11, 2017
Andrés replied to Andrés's discussion Manu Rere T-Boned
Dec 10, 2017

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I am:
I own a Wharram
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
Tiki 26 Polynesia
Country, City, and State?
Uruguay, Montevideo.
About me or us?
I am a professor of mathematics at the Universidad de la
República.

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At 8:51am on August 13, 2009, Alexandre Ferreira said…
Hi Andrés,
I'm in Rio de Janeiro and I have already bought the Tiki26 building plan. I saw the tend you have on your Tiki and I would like to know if the design cames in the Wharram package or if it is your creation. As I have written at TIKI 26 Group I need a very good sun protection in my future boat. I wonder if I can add some lenght to the mast so I can make a "bimini" like a roof as I saw on a picture of a Tiki 30. If for any chance you will come to Rio, please let me know. My e-mail is valedefreitas@hotmail.com. Have a nice day, Alexandre
At 6:43am on May 28, 2010, alex said…
Thats great Andres.

Please contact me at berrypde@yahoo.com or in my home 04102666, its a rural cel as i live in a farm. I was talking to Luis yesterday on the phone we will meet on weekend at his boat.
At 9:52pm on November 10, 2010, John& Kat Wilkie said…
Dear Andres, We have sent you an email but just in case you do not get it we are John and Kat from Australia, members of the PCA and we are building a 42' Pahi due to launch in about a year. We will be in Montevideo on Friday 28th January just for the day. If you are going to be in the area and would be happy to meet with us to discuss Wharram building and owning, we would enjoy it very much. Please let us know as soon as possible.
Regards
John and Kat
At 8:21am on February 4, 2012, Matthew Thomasson said…
Thanks Andres, the tillers are now on the dining room table for their first coat of varnish much to my wifes joy! I appreciate your words on the website, first comment I've had, so thank you. Regards matt

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