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Hector de Ezcurra
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  • San Isidro, Pcia. Bs. As.
  • Argentina
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Started Oct 26, 2009

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I am:
A home builder, Other Multihull
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
A Richard Woods 27 foot Surfsong. I´ve also built a T2 Proa, designed by Gary Dierking and a D4 Dinghy by Mertens Goosens.
Country, City, and State?
Argentina, Buenos Aires.
About me or us?
Maybe building a Wharram in the future (Tiki 38 or most likely Tiki 31).
Looking to?
Learn more about Wharram catamarans and boat building.
Website:
http://www.navigare.com.ar/construccion_catamaran_27pies_english.html

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Great Tiki 21 video

I found this great Tiki 21 video on Youtube: http://youtu.be/k3bzpuVstv4

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 2:01pm — 1 Comment

New video of Tiki 38 "Kaimiloa", sailing from Piriapolis (Uruguay) to San Isidro (Argentina)

We had a wonderful sailing with Luis and friends.

For viewing the video, just click:  http://www.navigare.com.ar/videos/Piriapolis_to_Buenos_Aires_on_Tiki_38_Kaimiloa.wmv

Posted on March 10, 2011 at 4:00pm — 2 Comments

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 8:43pm on November 20, 2009, Thom delForge said…
Hector -- Welcome aboard! I am planning the finishing touches on my Tiki 31 ~ Tiki THOMCAT. As soon as I get back to work I will be posting photos of the many changes I have decided to make. The Tiki 31 suffers from too much compartmentalization -- lots of small areas. As an example the cockpits, three separate parts, each a bit close quartered. The deck between the masts not real usable. I have changed these two areas and my hope is that it will be much more satisfying.

Cheers,

Thom
At 8:36pm on April 8, 2010, armando bon said…
Gracias por el dato del foro. Nosotros seguimos con el Pahi y terminando los interiores de remodelacion de mi monocasco de mi diseño y construcción, te enviaré fotos. estos últimos días fueron tan lindos que trabajamos un poco y otro poco pescamos desde la popa del barco en su lugar de amarre!
Saludos
Armando
At 5:09pm on May 21, 2010, WaveDancer & Bella said…
Hi Hector, unfortunately I don't have fotos from the interiour. But it is pritty according to original plans only I have 75 cm more from the berth towards aft, so we turned the charttable by 90 degrees.
The boat is not only streched by 75 cm the hulls are also wider. This gives about 900 ltrs more boyancy.
At 10:50am on June 18, 2010, Mark Hamill said…
Hi Hector: Good to hear from you. I would build another design. The beam troughs are a pain. Troughs in the cabin roof are much preferable. In our cooler climate Courtenay, BC, Canada the air is trapped behind the beams and does not circulate when the heater is on. It makes for a very dark and stagnant air space. With other designs one can build the berths so that they are higher off the floor and have greater width. The troughs are also prone to rot--I am going to try and eliminate them and raise the whole upper structure. MarkH
At 3:42am on April 13, 2011, Manos Amanakis said…
Hello Hector,
The cabinroof will be curved both in a forward-after and in a sideways direction. This adds a lot to its strength and riggidity. I have now completed the cabin tops for the starboard hull and will install them in a few days so I will be able to post some photos.
The overall increase in the height of all the cabins (fwd, center and aft) is 5cm so the that the looks and windage of the boat wont be affected a lot. I hope all these modifications will work well.
Greetings,
Manos Amanakis

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