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Build help wanted
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I'm in New Mexico, finishing up a Tiki 38. The plan is to launch next year.  I built the bulk of the boat on my own but I am at a place where I need an additional pair or two of hands and am hoping…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Axel Aug 25.

Sink drains
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I have a question for the huddled masses yearning to be free, or perhaps it's better addressed to those who have already built their boats and are free. Whichever. If you have what you think is the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Axel Aug 2.

Paying to crew on someone else's boat?
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This came up recently in an all too brief discussion I had with a poster on this forum, who had been looking for crew for a Transatlantic crossing. I was surprised when told that as crew, apart from…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Hughes Apr 9.

Value of a partially built Tiki 38
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I have come to the sad place where I have to divide assets and move on. One of these is my 3/4 complete Tiki 38. I am trying to find any references to similar Wharram incomplete projects for sale,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Axel Oct 6, 2014.

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Axel replied to Building SV Satoshi's discussion Sanders recommendation needed for Tiki 38
"I can't tell you anything about Festool sanders. They are so much more expensive than the common US brands that I never considered them, but I have and use the following on my T38: 6" 90 degree drive RO sander  5" RO sander 1/4…"
Wednesday
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Late September sounds good Jeff, thanks for the offer. September is perfect for exploring south of here, especially the Gila. Going rock climbing? I happen to have a have a few pieces of Mexican obsidian I collected years ago if you would like…"
Aug 25
Vesko replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"I'm so happy to read that. And no, I didn't get an email"
Aug 25
Jeff Lindsey replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Axel, how does late September work for you? We'd like to come down and work with you for a few days. We will get an air bnb. I am also going to go obsidian hunting in the Hamus and do some climbing in the Gilla, after, so it will be a great…"
Aug 25
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Vesko, I replied to your emails but wasn't sure if they were getting to you. My message to you is: "please take the train""
Aug 24
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Albuquerque, a few hundred miles down I-25 from you...  "
Aug 23
Jeff Lindsey replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Where in New Mexico?  I know the state well. Jeff"
Aug 23
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Hi Jeff, thanks for responding. I could use someone from now anytime until the end mid November. "
Aug 22
Jeff Lindsey replied to Axel's discussion Build help wanted
"Axel, What dates are you looking for help on? jeff"
Aug 22
Axel posted a discussion

Build help wanted

I'm in New Mexico, finishing up a Tiki 38. The plan is to launch next year.  I built the bulk of the boat on my own but I am at a place where I need an additional pair or two of hands and am hoping to find someone who is interested in Wharram's who wants to help and learn for a few days or even weeks.I will provide room and board and a stipend, you'll get to see what it's like to work on a project like this. If a building-for-sailing time trade is interesting, that's open for discussion…See More
Aug 22
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Sink drains
"Wow, Bingo! Both questions answered in 2 posts. Fantastic and thank you. Drains per original plan it is with the added security of the screw-in plugs. "
Aug 2
Chuck Valley replied to Axel's discussion Sink drains
"Look up "Keeney 3.5 inch strainer basket" for kitchen sinks. They screw down and cost $14. The blue big box hardware store carries them. P traps are designed to keep out sewer gas."
Aug 2
Björn replied to Axel's discussion Sink drains
"The sinks on my T38 drain raight in the water as well, eveb with quite some weather, where we got completely soaked in the cockpit, ther came no water through the sink drains (however I had put some paper towels in the directly in the hole). In…"
Aug 1
Axel posted a discussion

Sink drains

I have a question for the huddled masses yearning to be free, or perhaps it's better addressed to those who have already built their boats and are free. Whichever. If you have what you think is the right answer, please share it.In my layout, I am limiting through-hulls to a single salt water intake for the galley and head. I will have 3, perhaps 4 sinks. I intend to route them straight to holes in the hull. I prefer a straight shot in whatever configuration to limit clogging and make it easy to…See More
Aug 1
Robert Hughes replied to Axel's discussion Paying to crew on someone else's boat?
"In addition to potential legal problems in the country where you are operating, my understanding is you can be charged with offences by your flag state, where the boat is registered. For most most ordinary folk that will be their home country.…"
Apr 9
Axel replied to Axel's discussion Paying to crew on someone else's boat?
"Interesting details about the Cheeky Rafiki. Very sad story. I assume the criminal case is against the owners for negligence? I had not yet really considered the liability aspect of charging people to work for you. It must give you responsibility…"
Apr 9

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A home builder
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Tiki 38
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New Mexico

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At 7:49am on September 16, 2009, Jacques said…
Great pictures of your pod. Yes its heavy. With 6 guys (strong) I could manipulate it up and down without crane or loader.
Interesting the reverse thing, i was thinking doing the same and finally stuck to the plans.
Beautiful job.

Jacques
At 12:03pm on October 11, 2014, Josh said…
No worries Axel, I'm happy for you! If for some reason you don't continue, please let me know!

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