"I would give my eye teeth to own a Wharram cat, it is my dream to one day own such a vessel, either self-built or bought, or 'purloined'... Anyone who knows of a reasonably-sized cat that is languishing in some algae infested…"
Apparently we have a common friend. A certain Lisa A....
She sent me an email referring to some sort of business idea. I have replied via this forum, but have received no answer to date,
Perhaps you could shed some light?…"
"...Actually I havn't finished yet...
So that leaves as matey said elsewhere here, the retirees... Well I just gave a story about one scenario [the sea widow...], many of these forgotten beauties are just too much for some people to…"
"I am a new dude to this forum, but this is my third in the yachting world of forums. I am always finding very interesting topics that engage my interest. The question of all these boats lying around in various states of dilapidation has…"
we spend the last 12 month sailing from the Philippines to Thailand. we meet a lot of wharrams on the way.... sadly, 80 % of all this boat are in pieces and resting on the hard.we saw in thailand: 1 pahi 50, 2 tiki30+, 2 tiki46, 1 tiki21and in the Philippines 1 tiki38 out of order... we spoke to some (new) owners, the boats where not old, 5-7 years old but often for many month "out off order..."what is it with this wharram community? do we like building, fixing, playing with new construction…See More
"Some of our beaches [Cornwall] may not allow the use of logs as 'wheels' [ala neolithic constructions methods...], but some long flat planks with guide strakes affixed and liberally coated with fat [don't use mineral grease; we have…"