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At 11:33pm on September 13, 2010, Ann and Neville Clement said…
HI Randall,
The thing about Jacque's boat moving was the spirit of the thing.... just such a grand feeling throughout the group of folks. Jacques is a careful guy, the stuff he built was plenty strong, and he did have almost everything he needed just sitting around there at the farm looking at him. All the friends were careful but adventure oriented folks, and there was plenty of beer etc to go around. One hell of a party! Ann and Nev
At 6:28pm on September 14, 2010, Ann and Neville Clement said…
Hi Again,
I just noticed that you are almost neighbors way up here in New England. If you are ever in Rhode Island, we would love to meet you and maybe put you up. 401 261 7816 Ann and NEv
At 9:52am on February 24, 2011, boatsmith said…
Looks like you had a blast
At 1:27pm on October 25, 2011, paul anderson said…

thanks Randall for the measurements,there has to be some clever way sun protection can be afforded with the rags up i am sure.

cheers paul.

At 5:51am on November 9, 2011, adriano meis said…

excuse me In one picture of your nice collection is possible to see something like a stick on the tramp in front of the mast. ??

 picture 3

 

curiosity kill the cat....

At 7:50am on October 23, 2014, friendshipsloop . said…

Randall, thanks for chatting yesterday.  I've now joined this site!  My contact info:

Jeff Cohen

40 Chestnut Hill Road

Madison, CT 06443

914-509-2626

Best,

Jeff

At 4:52pm on November 1, 2016, Big tane said…
G'day Randell and thank you for the info, however it was Gary who asked and as i said allready i have two on the aft beam tempery fitted. The clamps have allreay rusted and i as will be doing and refit, i will be following the plans, as my boat is an tanenui 28, i am still waiting for the plans to arive. In the mean time i joined this to find info regarding the tanenui 28. You said about rigging time?.. In my experiance, even you know how to rig up an boat, i owened an trailer sailer 22ft my first boat, it took me the same omunt of time to rig regardless of what i tried to do to shorten the process, it tuns out the same even with more peopole helping. It is the way the rigging is set up in the first place. I think it is better to leave the boat rigged up in the water and take it out for an hull clean. Do you have to leave your boat out over winter? Dose your yacht club have dry storage? If so, then you could put longer cross beams on the trailer and leave the boat at the club. Ps sorry for sending the last one accednely short before. I am still getting used to this.
Gerry on
Big tane.
Toora.
At 8:56am on November 2, 2016, Randall Anselmo said…

Thanks Big Tane. I live in New England, so the boat needs to come out of the water every winter. I could pay for dry storage, but the ability to launch, retrieve, and store it myself is one of the things that makes the Tiki 26 an affordable boat to own. One could argue that the two days I spend rigging and de-rigging each season are days I could be earning money, but it's still financially and mentally advantageous!

At 8:16pm on November 2, 2016, Big tane said…
Hi Randell.
Thanks for the reply.
That is abslutly right. Owen the boat thats most affordable and keep it as simple as possible, expeculy if 1, you are on an low budget like i am. 2, if most of the time on the water, you are single handed like i am. As is i am in both catagures, i am rigging my boat for as ezy as possible, whith as much comfort possible l can get. I think in all you will only get all of those requirements up fron 26 ft the other reason i bought this boat is that its 28 ft and the hulls on mine are foam core.
Gerry on
Big tane.
Toora.
At 12:39am on November 3, 2016, Big tane said…
Ps. Keep an lookout on ny site as when this lot of bad weather i am having clears, i will be posting some photos of my yacht.
Gerry on Big tane.
Toora.
At 9:14pm on November 3, 2016, Big tane said…
G'day Randall. The weather has cleared up so i took some photos and they are titled Big tane. Take an look at them and you will see what i ment about the straps..
Gerry on big tane.
Tootra.

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