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I am:
A home builder, I own a Wharram
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
I have a Tehini 51
Country, City, and State?
Sweden, Stockholm
About me or us?
I have a boat and a dream as the rest of us!
Looking to?
I would like to get a couple of good sugestions when it comes to fix things on the boat!

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At 4:17pm on October 19, 2011, Capt. Lucky said…

Please man!!! Post some more pictures!!! more pictures!! Great boat! Congratulations you are really on the path.   I'would love to see more pictures, could you send me?

Chrees man!

 

Lucky.

 

At 5:10am on October 20, 2011, Erik and his Tehini said…
Thanks, if you can love the things I love Ogopogo. She is made of fiberglass and sandwich. The drawings are modified after talkswith James Wharram. She has not sailed a single nautical mil but my hope is that we can sail her to London and the Olympics next year. I would love to sail her to James Wharram and show her. The idea is also to keep her as light as possible to create such goodsailing characteristics as possible. She has a mast which I think is about 5.17 meters long and it is as if about 100 square meterssails. I also have a gennaker set on the downwind which is 110 square meters. Getting set gennaker and just let her stretch away over the waves.

She is in principle quite clear with respect to the interior, 4 cabins with separate toilet and 4 berths in the bow and the stern. The sails are completely unused, and I have not yet mounted Furlex rollers. I also have to tighten up the nets and screw the wooden slats.She has unfortunately been injured when she was lying at a pier varföför little plastic job must be done. 100 hours of work and then we weigh anchor for new horizons. I do prepare her for the winter and then I can take some new pictures of how she looks today!
Best regards
Erik
At 5:11am on October 20, 2011, Erik and his Tehini said…
The mast is 17.5 meter of course!
At 9:59am on January 22, 2018, Fabian Guenther said…

Hello Erik, looks like you built a fantastic boat there! Your post is quite some years ago.

What happened since then? I would like to get in touch because I am planning to build a Tehini myself after I finished a HITIA 14 in late 2016.

Kind regards, Fabian

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