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pahi 31 restoration

Hi everyone, 3 weeks ago I was going for a drive out to the coast near the family farm, and I passed what was unmistakably a wharram catama…

Started by Dominic Tarr

9 Dec 1, 2020
Reply by Ian R

Tiki 26 aluminium beams

Hi - I need to replace my beams and prompted by this plan to make baot really trailerable eg replacing cockpit with netting. - anyone any…

Started by Johnny Martin

14 Nov 24, 2020
Reply by maxim jurgens

People of the Sea. James Wharram and Hanneke's new book.

I have just bought my copy of this book which has been awaited for with great anticipation for some time.  I thoroughly recommend it. Excel…

Started by Don Brazier

2 Oct 7, 2020
Reply by Michael Zechany

Assembly and launch sites in California?

My plans for launching my T38 on the Arkansas river and heading to the Gulf are seriously in doubt now that travel is so restricted in and…

Started by Axel

2 Sep 5, 2020
Reply by Axel

Sea, Sun & Taraipo

My new book about 50,000 miles of adventure and fun with my trusty Wharram Tangaroa Mk1 'Taraipo' has just been published. It is full of pr…

Started by John Jameson

1 Sep 4, 2020
Reply by Don Brazier


Well almost free, I'd appreciate a small contribution to the RNLI for whatever you think is reasonable.  You never know when you might need…

Started by Robert Hughes

8 Aug 5, 2020
Reply by Robert Hughes

Consider a higher mast if planning a pod

What's this looks like my mast is too short----well not really it's just that I built a pod a stern of it which kind of essentially makes f…

Started by john james

0 Jun 19, 2020

Copies of Seapeople available

Hi all, We have been having a sort out and have a large number of duplicate copies of Seapeople if anyone wants them. We live near Southamp…

Started by Robert Sheridan

3 Jun 11, 2020
Reply by Iain & Cherry Mae Cairns

Enjoy the boat, enjoy the food, but my sailing skills...

Hi,  That was a nice day, with light wind. Some problems made us start late, and we ended to a small island, not as far as we wanted to go…

Started by Éric Bouvéron

14 Jun 1, 2020
Reply by Ian Bamsey

Nice swim. Now back on board.

Hi, Being tied on a buoy in tropical waters, BDO needs a bottom cleaning once a week or every ten days. Quick job. No worries. Then, time t…

Started by Éric Bouvéron

1 May 25, 2020
Reply by Andrés


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