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It is very hard to have only one short mast and keep the larger sail area. The only rig I can think of that can spread a lot of sail area and still keep a short mast is the crab claw rig. You will still have very long booms, which in my opinion could be dangerous in a jibe. It is a matter of the force of the sail coming across that could do damage, not to mention the very heavy weight of the sail itself.
Dear Budget Boater,
Your pics are wonderful, makes me long for sailing adventures and new shared design dreams. I'm new to forums, and a little slow about how to upload photos to...where exactly? I have a page?
hi I have seen on your site that you used a cnc machine to cut pieces.
It is an interesting subject for me in a hobby way. Please could you precise what elements you used (CAD program, GCode generator, cnc Machine, etc)
Hi, I suppose it's time that I introduced myself. Firstly well done on a fantastic site! My husband and I recently bought our first catamaran, we are new to sailing so I'm trying to get as much help as possible! There is quite a lot of work to do first as the previous owner had his own ideas on what should be on-board! anyway thanks again for a great site. Sarah
My old email address is no longer in use. I have a new email address now. How do I change from email@example.com to svpeacefour@yahoo here on the website? Can you do it for me? Your tech challenged friends, ann and Nev
I am looking for a good source for epoxy... i need to complete a renovation of a small 20' daysailer i have before considering a Wharram build/re-build. Suggestions? I need about 1.5 gallons - also looking for reccommendations on not so expensive (i know... stupid question) topside/deck paint for the same project. thanks man!
Hi, I am very interested in buildi/buying a tiki 0 with the pn of using it to travle on and hopfully live on. I am wondering if you could tell me more about your experience doing that on your tiki 30. How was it for comfort, it would likley be just myself and my wife, we are young and in love (im told that helps) for living in a littel boat... do you have any more pics of the boat? would be very interested in using something like your bimini/screens. how did they work? any other info would be great! thankds, thomas
Hi BB, Ann Clements told me of this website, and i'm very glad she did. i sent another message to you, but i hadn't clicked on the BB webpage yet. i live near College Station, Tx. i've been a Wharram fan for some time; time is my problem. i've been considering a couple of Kurt Hughes designs in CM, as they appear to be a faster build. i'd rather not spend multiple weeks or months of my time sanding and painting. i'm looking at all my options and plan on starting soon. a livaboard cat is what i want, and i really like the TIKI 38. now that i'm aware of your enterprise; precut kits etc, maybe this would be the way to go. my wife and i are OTR (O/O) truckers and being very independent is a big plus. also we have 11+ acres of space of our own; a big plus for a home builder. i'd sure like to get together with you and discuss my options. thanks for your time. DAVID HILL
Hi- Thank you for this website [my donation was via my Company] what a tremendous resource! Sincerely hope there has been some "pay off" for you.
I have a question regarding your cargo strap tie down beams [Tiki30] i want to do this as well - are there specific modifications you would recommend ? Add ply reinforcement to slope portion? add wood to eliminate the area of no strap/beam contact from top to bottom of beam? a formed channel to prevent any strap lateral movement? Thanks again. I am now building beams so there has begun to be an 'end' in sight. Perhaps someday a visit to you in Texas[? ] can happen. Thanks, Curt