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At 2:01pm on January 11, 2011, Geminidawn said…
Welcome! I'm just down the road. Where do you keep your Pahi?
At 5:45am on August 13, 2011, Geminidawn said…
I saw your boat at Cruinniu Na MBad yesterday, it's looking very smart. Will you be around this weekend?
At 11:03am on April 13, 2012, chororo said…

Thank you for your comment, I hadn´t seen the modified Tiki 21. Could be the way to a faster build!!

Regards,

Guillermo

At 10:44pm on April 21, 2012, Shaun said…
My apologies for my tardiness, to be honest I simply have not checked for any messages till now. Spent the whole year head down, bum up working on our Hinemoa, Mystery. Got her on the water for two weeks before flying to U.S. to drive Mule wagons for Christmas and now helping inlaws sell house. Yeay!
At 9:48am on January 25, 2013, Chris Clodfelter said…

It might have been me.  I'm not sure what you saw but there are photos of the Buccanneer 28 work on FB.

 

At 12:15pm on January 26, 2013, Richard Gordon David said…

Glad you like the look of Tacenui Mae, it was love at first sight for me, If I didn't buy her I would have stayed with my Halcyon. There's a few Wharrams on the Exe an unusual Pahi 42 (on Scotts brokerage) built in South Africa with non lashed decks a pod and a rig like a big windsurfer. There's also a Tane that's in need of TLC hasn't moved in years but still appears to float.

At 4:51pm on May 27, 2013, Roger said…

Hi Galway Bay,

Indeed, greetings to a fellow sailor. I have so far avoided the building part, but am not sure how long I can hold off the from the idea of building the illusive "perfect" boat!

At 2:58am on September 20, 2013, Ian Bamsey said…

Thanks GB. Nice to see another surf shoe paddler. I'm based in Exeter, UK and have been sailing a Tiki 21 this summer. I'm expecting to buy it in the coming weeks. I plan to take it out of the water for a refurb ready for next season. I'll find some photos. For the time being he's a video of our family day out.

At 4:08pm on November 5, 2013, Chris Boxer said…

Thanks for the nice welcome, Galway Bay!

At 9:31am on November 17, 2013, morgan james brian lyons said…

hey there you said that you had a boat in carrigaholt for a year or two in the 90s what was her name?

At 4:07pm on November 19, 2013, matt connolly said…
Hey Galway,any ideas you may be able to share would be great..wharram has recommended against the rig saying it's for very experienced sailors,which I'm not,however,I know the guy who bought Hans klarrs tehini and he also has some info..and I'm keen for the challenge,and any rig would need to be learned,so why not a crabclaw! I may be deluded on the other hand..
At 8:48am on November 30, 2013, Mike Haromy said…

Lol.  it wont' be until half way into his build that he'll realize we are right!

launching soooooooooooon.

At 2:29pm on January 30, 2014, Hardy Buchholz said…

Thanks for asking for my KD650. It is still under construction. But half of the work is done. Look at kd650.hardy-buchholz.de if you like.

Cheers

Hardy

At 3:45am on February 1, 2014, Hardy Buchholz said…

Hi Galway, yes I'll try to launch in summer, but the details of the build will take lots of time. The blog started in english, but i switched to german. maybe i go back to (my poor) english, but by now google translator is ok for my few words. Your Pahi is a beauty, already in the water?

At 4:57pm on June 5, 2014, Thomas Nance said…

Hi Galway Bay. Your Pahi is looking really nice. I have a question about your tiller set up, with the central tiller extension forward and having it mounted on the cross beam and tiller beam. Can you tell me how you have found it to work. I have seen a few Pahi 31s with this set up. This is something I would like to use on my own boat so am looking for some more information on the set up. Get in touch with me at thomas.nance@hotmail.co.nz Thanks!

At 8:37pm on August 21, 2014, Patrick John McGrath said…

Agreed Galway Bay. 

Unfortunately I no longer have a muti of my own and have to rely on invites from friends. Also on occasion my sons and I rent a Seawind 35 for the day and take  our resprective families out for a cruise up the Hawksbury. Fun for all.

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