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Beam protection from anchor.
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Hi all,I have noticed my front beam is taking a hammering regardless of the fact that i have a roller centrally placed. I would like to add a strip of something on either side of the nylon roller on…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ann and Neville Clement Jan 18.

Possible new build?
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Yep, I thinking/dreaming of another build,who knows? Hans Klaars magnificent boat Ontong Java would be the inspiration for the build. I would have to do it here in Australia though.This means access…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Walker Jan 28.

Love me tender.
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Hi all,i am looking at building a stitch and glue tender.I have a little 2hp motor.Something that would fit in front of the mast on a tiki 26.Any suggestions?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee Dilkes Jan 3.

Rudimentary Gin pole mast lifting.
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I enlisted the help of a couple of lads and a liveaboard to help me lift my mast on Saturday.A combination of strong winds and fecklessness saw the mast come crashing down on my shoulder as I was…Continue

Tags: raising, mast, 26, tiki, wharram

Started this discussion. Last reply by paul anderson Dec 27, 2016.

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A home builder, I want a Wharram
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hobie adventure island
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australia
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Building a tiki 26 and sea the world
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cruise the world

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Comment Wall (47 comments)

At 4:13pm on January 3, 2011, Filippo Mezzatesta said…

Thx! you're right, a lot of fun :P

sometimes I think the building process (with mistakes and satisfactions) will be better than sailing!

Ciao!

At 2:21pm on March 22, 2011, Rogerio Martin said…
Thanks, it was my frist sailing in one wharram...
At 7:48pm on March 24, 2011, Rogerio Martin said…
Thank you...
At 1:45pm on March 25, 2011, Hans Hammig said…
Hi Paul, I am 30 km true north of Brits, in the bush. See my website www.phefo.com
At 7:32am on April 7, 2011, Thomas Nielsen said…
I've been doing a bunch of repair work this spring and thinking I should blog about them.  I've had few issues.  a piece of wood rot because I forgot to epoxy all of it kind of like a cavity.  the oak I used has been a problem, it doesn't like epoxy and the biggest one - my mast step knuckle shearing off.  Noticed while sailing, dropped the mast, built a deeper knuckle and recessed it into the maast step plate, screwed and glued.  Overall maintenance hasn't been huge.  Now for things I'd change?  the biggest is watching out that you don't go adding more and more stuff on board.  In the Pacific NorthWest good ventilation and a cockpit tent are key because of the rain.  I'll write more later.
At 10:48pm on April 10, 2011, Capgeraldo said…
...and all began with building a catamaran. lots of such places around Australia
At 4:06pm on May 19, 2011, Rogerio Martin said…
Rick is one vagabound... only our security guard, almost eat the plans !!! kkk
At 2:25pm on May 23, 2011, Rogerio Martin said…

Thank you, Paul,

And your 26' ? Post some photos...

At 10:21pm on June 6, 2011, Duncan Clausen said…
I started out as a 50% owner, with me doing the building and a mate putting up the cash, he bought out my share so the boat is still in Durban.
At 3:52pm on June 13, 2011, Al Richardson said…

Hi Paul,

A mix of the practical and aesthetic. Increasing the volume of the cabin allows the bunks to be raised giving some extra stowage as well as more room in the sail locker. I also prefer the way it looks aesthetically, I always liked the look of the Tiki 28 and of course "Cooking Fat". The blended deckline is common on other Wharram designs, so I am not reinventing the wheel but I may borrow design details from others of the Tiki range just as I would from other builders (with acknowledgement and gratitude of course). As far as I know nobody has done this mod on a Tiki 26, I think it would be worth the effort, research and additional build time.

Cheers

Al

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