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What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
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Hi To All Wharram Cat Owners,I am now nearing completion of my Captain Cook Pahi 42 here in the Southern Cape of South Africa. I need to make a decision on the type of rig I am going to use and would…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graham Anley Jan 17.

Alternative position for outboard motors?
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Hi,I am now nearing completion of my Pahi 42 in Plettenberg Bay, Southern Cape, South Africa. The plans allow for a single outboard motor attached centrally to the rear of the cockpit assembly. I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graham Anley Feb 6, 2016.

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Graham Anley commented on Graham Anley's photo
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"Thank you Rogerio, I will post further photos when I am able to complete the rigging and decking/trampoline etc.... I am currently recovering from knee surgery and on crutches for 6 weeks so frustrated on not being able to work on her....."
Feb 7
Rogerio Martin commented on Graham Anley's photo
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"Cherrs , congrats, nice boat. Pahi's is so style!!!"
Feb 4
Andy Robinson commented on Graham Anley's photo
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"Nice to see a wharram in knysna harbour im in sedgefield also a wharram fan and we close to owning a tehini and would love to meet if you keen some time ???????"
Jan 23
paul anderson commented on Graham Anley's photo
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"Well done bru. Iook forward to the Malagasy adventures.Fair winds."
Jan 17
Graham Anley replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"Hi Dries, Will send you a mail. My plans are to complete her in the next two months and sail her here in local waters this year and head  to west coast of Madagascar in Aril 218. Regards Graham."
Jan 17
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"Thank you Brett. Keen now t get her finished. Not the last stretch. Have competed the wden mast, decking, nets, outboard pods, and rear ramp. Now need to install above and complete plumbing, electrical and rigging. Regards, Graham."
Jan 17
Brett Parker commented on Graham Anley's photo
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"Wow she's looking magical!! Well done. regards Brett"
Jan 16
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Jan 16
Lovako replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"hi Graham, i built a 42ft in Parrow and sailed it to Madagascar in Nov 2013 Mail me at driesdej@gmail.com Dries de Jager"
Jan 16
Ralf Guentert replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"I have a kutter rig, aluminium mast,staysail, and 130% genua. Works perfekt in every condition singlehanded"
Aug 28, 2016
Ralf Guentert replied to Graham Anley's discussion Daggerboards- are they worth keeping? in the group Pahi 42 Owners
Aug 28, 2016
Maxim Jurgens replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"I would not go for a crab claw or other "exotic " rig until you have sufficient sailing experience to handle such rigs and are able to judge re the pro's and cons of a conventional rig . Based on your experience ,neccessities and…"
Aug 18, 2016
Jeremy Walker replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"Graham, hi, Interesting that you are going the Oceanic Lateen route and with some experience with exotic rigs, thought I might chip in here -- I sailed from Durban to Knysna on an old wooden boat with bamboo battened (Chinese type) lug.....had a…"
Aug 17, 2016
Graham Anley replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"Hello Eric, Thank you for your reply. I am sorry to hear about your computer problems. I appreciate the information and photographs. I am hoping to launch shortly in Knysna, and will be proceeding with the crabclaw design as my rigging. I already…"
Aug 16, 2016
Delphine et Eric CUSANT replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"Our computer take a bath of salt water ! So that kill it ! It's the reason why I'm late for the answer. Our mast is 7.50 meters long. The 2 spars are about 9.50 meters long and they have a diameter of 9 centimeters.They are 3 ply…"
Aug 16, 2016
Delphine et Eric CUSANT replied to Graham Anley's discussion What type of rig for my Pahi 42?
"We are sailing around the world, so sometimes it's difficult to send emails. I will take photos tomorrow and give you the informations you need. Regards Eric"
Jul 16, 2016

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I am:
A home builder, I own a Wharram
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
I am nearing completion of my Pahi 42 Captain Cook.
Country, City, and State?
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
About me or us?
Been sailing for past 30 years on and off whenever the occasion offers itself.
Previously owned a 40 ft monohull with Chinese junk sail rig.
Looking to?
On completion of my Pahi 42, my wife Cheryl and I plan to sail up the west coat of Madagascar, and on to other Indian Ocean Islands.

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At 7:14am on February 19, 2016, Budget Boater said…

I have only built the parts for it. Still finishing up a Tiki 38 first.

I am all over the place with rig decisions. At this point I am leaning towards the schooner wingsail for a couple of reasons. The location of the masts is more beneficial for the center deck layout I want, and I realized that a cruising spinnaker is important to me. It has been a favorite sail of mine since my first sailboat, and I missed having one on my junk rig.

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