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Bulwarks
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Some observations.I notice that the classics have a bulwark that looks be around 6"-150mm and that the newer designs have just a toerail.I have also seen modifications that substitute the bulwark for…Continue

Tags: classic, modifications, bulwarks

Started this discussion. Last reply by Budget Boater Oct 30.

Inside the Tanenui.

To all the Tanenui owners out there, I’m looking at this design right now and while I’d like to build at this stage I’m just biding my time and seeing what’s on the used market. I have the study…Continue

Started Oct 16

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Budget Boater replied to Reuben Filsell's discussion Bulwarks
"All of the Classics still have bulwarks in the plans. MKIVs have the least bulwark. Everything on a Wharram is subject to rot, especially anywhere water can sit or get trapped (bulwarks, beam troughs, hatch coamings, etc.)"
Oct 30
Reuben Filsell posted a discussion

Bulwarks

Some observations.I notice that the classics have a bulwark that looks be around 6"-150mm and that the newer designs have just a toerail.I have also seen modifications that substitute the bulwark for headroom.Very few Wharrams have lifelines.I've seen stories about repairing rot in and around bulwarks which maybe due to the older pre-epoxy build methods.So.... my question is, on the classic designs is the substantial bulwarks a good thing or not ? Would you prefer the headroom or are they a…See More
Oct 28
Reuben Filsell replied to Budget Boater's discussion Forum Changes
"Hiya, when I look at topics that have many replies I click on view previous comments and it loads one more, so I’m not seeing the whole topic which is rather annoying as I’m trying to learn as much as I can about Wharrams. cheers R"
Oct 22
Reuben Filsell posted a discussion

Inside the Tanenui.

To all the Tanenui owners out there, I’m looking at this design right now and while I’d like to build at this stage I’m just biding my time and seeing what’s on the used market. I have the study plans and love the idea of the Tiki rig and beams hybrid. However what I’m having an issue with is getting a sense of the internal space, if anyone has any pictures of the Tanenui inside preferably with a person inside for scale I’d really appreciate it, indeed probably pics of a Tiki 26 or 30 would…See More
Oct 16
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Reuben Filsell replied to Dean Wilkerson's discussion Hobbyhorsing
"And it could possibly be used as a step for swimmers. Win win win."
Oct 10
Reuben Filsell replied to Dean Wilkerson's discussion Hobbyhorsing
"Hi Dean, My understanding of the rationale behind the canoe sterns is that these designs are primarily for tradewinds sailing, i.e., downwind, as I understand it the idea is that the canoe stern sinks into the following wave rather than be lifted by…"
Oct 9
Reuben Filsell replied to Raf's discussion Beam connection
"Drill the holes oversize and then fill them with epoxy and glass with bolts in place, waxing the bolts before hand will allow them to be removed. simple."
Oct 8
Reuben Filsell replied to Matthias von Mutius's discussion Adding Winglets to my Tiki 26
"Brilliant ! Now that you have worked out the angle have you fixed them in permanently ? Those bolts and angle brackets would be draggy as all get out ! A couple of points. I would angle the foils aft a bit so they don't collect weed. I would…"
Oct 8
Reuben Filsell replied to Jacob Sears's discussion Ocean Crossing Tiki 26
"See my comment under hobby horsing."
Oct 8
Reuben Filsell replied to Dean Wilkerson's discussion Hobbyhorsing
"D.W. I take it your sponsons are to retrofit an existing boat rather than a new build, in which case I'd be inclined to put a swept back horizontal foil on the bottom of the rudder skeg set parallel to the waterline, such a foil would not only…"
Oct 8
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I am:
I want a Wharram, Other Multihull, Just Looking
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
I'm looking at used Tiki or Tanenui
or perhaps building a nice light efficient wiz bang work of art Tanenui. ;)
Country, City, and State?
WA
About me or us?
Im an ex glassy and currently a handyman, will probably buy a used boat but may build a masterpiece.
Looking to?
Gather information, maybe impart some knowledge.

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