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July 2013 Blog Posts (6)

Early Plans Tiki 38/46


I am at the very early stages of planning my build.  Having looked at second hand options, together with many designs (including Dudley Dix, Schionning) friends in the UK and boat building group in the Philippines independently recommended the Wharram designs.  

My sailing interest originates from competitive dinghy sailing from early teens, but I have recently completed the RYA Dayskipper program on 36ft monohull.  

Cruising grounds in the Philippines…


Added by Peter Brook on July 27, 2013 at 1:26am — 10 Comments

sailing adventure with Hans Klaar

Back to basic ...real sailing... with Hans Klaar

join Hans on Ontong Java to sail down the European Coast, explore north Afrika and cross the Atlantic...



Added by wakataitea on July 26, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

one wall up and a break till the coolth of the morning.

well now a wall is up and it sure is a big boy. to get the width we had to go nearly twenty feet high. all in all it's not to bad we did the hard part today. tomorrow we get up at 0500 and do some work while it's cool. in case anyone wonders when you are committed to building a boat; I would say the moment you build a shed larger than your house by three times ;)

Added by Ernie wisner on July 3, 2013 at 8:06pm — No Comments

Bow shed getting assembled

to tell the truth i never thought it would get here. I built the stem walls and we are making bows, tomorrow we will raise the stove shop office part of the shed. huzza! Huzza! HUZZA!!!! 24'X80'  is not a small space 9 feet at the pitch is not a short space but it will allow for the things to go on that need to happen. I will get some pictures tomorrow as we put the first part up and put the ply on it. Shade is, at this time of year essential to working outdoors. Our dream is getting geared…


Added by Ernie wisner on July 2, 2013 at 3:24pm — No Comments

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