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Narai Mk4, 12.5 metres x 7.3. Launched 2000. Honda 30 aux. Recent hull paint, deck almost done. Tiki rig, lashed beams per JWD plans. Sails recent (main/mizzen). 2 double bunks - 1 stbd hull, 1 in sailing cabin. Singles in port hull. Recent 2 burner LPG stove, lots of storage space. This boat is a load carrier. With wider hulls than a Tiki, her total usable space is much more than a T38. 4 water bladders, 4 solar panels, brand new rutland wind generator, 2000w inverter. Quick anchor winch. 1000w 4 stroke genset. Australian and Qld registration. Dinghy 3m polycore, 4hp ?2004 yamaha. Vessel is on hardstand, ready for antifoul. She has done Atlantic and Pacific...next?? Price $87500 AUD. Contact nws1@y7mail.com - reason for sale - I am repairing my cyclone damaged house, and simply do not have time for house and boat. This is NOT a distress sale - I would like to sell, but if that does not happen, I will get back to her as soon as I can - I know that I can never replace what I have.

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Charlie, where are you? I may be able to assist.



Is your Narai still for sale? Looks like an Awesome boat, hope house is OK. Have you written about your sailing adventures? Was looking at James Wharram Designs - Boats for SaleThere is a Tangaroa MK4 for sale for $89,000 in Queensland. So is that a different boat? It was listed Dec 15, 2010! But I see there has been no activity in your discussion since April 2010.


Hi, I must have missed an ad, will search it and remove. Thank you for your interest and kind comments. I have sold, and believe me, I miss that boat deeply. The Tangaroa is a different boat, and close to $10000 more than I sold for (but there were those who wanted me to almost give her away). Nui was a good and fair buy. She was heading for the sunshine coast, and then out into the Pacific via NZ. The house is coming along - fortunately minor damage. I was in Cardwell today, had a drive around Port Hinchinbrook. So very sad to see broken boats and homes, and much of the rainforest bare. We are looking for the next boat..

Was this your boat? If so what model is it and what did you do differently to the coach top and rigging? I like the raised windows. Thanks in advance.


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