"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.
"Yes, I know that my son has a plane to get an young artist, a friend of his, to paint two giant white sharks with open jaws...and I will lift her for a couple of days during may and who knows what vill happen!"
We have always loved the Tehini. My wife and I looked very closely at this design but we ultimately chose the Tiki 46 as providing more accommodation for the build price. That said, the lines of Tehini, especially with flush decks, are…"
"I have not been to the boat yet so you have to wait for the interior photos. Yes, a god looking boat gets even nicer when you have higher hulls and no coachroofs. She is built for charter in Thailand but I will try to sell shares in her and take her…"
I will try to answer your questions but I have to start with telling you that I bought her when she was built to 80-90 %. It is just the last details that I am working with. But she is a big big girl so even the last 20 % it’s a lot of…"
I'm planning to build a Tehini over the next few years. I'd be interested in any interior photos you have, as well as descriptions of modifications you have made.
Do you have coachroofs or is the entire hull a flat deck? How…"
Thanks,if youcanlove thethingsI loveOgopogo.Sheis made offiberglassand sandwich.The drawings aremodifiedafter talkswith JamesWharram.Shehas notsaileda singlenauticalmilbutmy hope is thatwecansail herto Londonand theOlympicsnext year.I would love tosail herto JamesWharramand showher.The ideais also tokeep heras light as possibleto createsuch goodsailingcharacteristicsas possible.She hasa mastwhich I thinkis about5.17meterslong andit isas ifabout 100square meterssails.I also have agennakerset on thedownwindwhichis 110square meters.Gettingsetgennakerand justlet herstretchaway overthe waves.
Sheisin principlequiteclear with respect tothe interior, 4cabinswith separate toiletand 4berthsin the bowandthe stern.The sailsare completelyunused, and I havenot yetmountedFurlexrollers.I also haveto tightenup the netsand screw thewooden slats.She hasunfortunatelybeen injuredwhen shewaslyingata piervarföförlittleplasticjobmust be done.100 hours ofworkand then weweigh anchorfor newhorizons.Idoprepareherfor the winter andthen I cantake somenew pictures ofhowshelooks today! Best regards Erik