"I used a truck to move my Tiki 26 almost 100 kilometers. It was a small truck, and we had to make two trips, one hull at a time. Also, we need a lot of people to move the hulls (we are not very strong). But it was fun!"
"In my plans there are no dagger boards, but I have seen it in the study plans. The ones in the study plans are in a very forward position, so I don't think that it could be useful. I have not seen any T26 with dagger boards."
"I think it is the original Pahi 35 that was built in foam/sandwich, it is mentioned in the Wharram Design Book.
It is the precursor of the P31 and P42. The firsts Pahis where narrower (the beam of the P31 was almost the same length as the Tiki 26,…"
I'm in Rio de Janeiro and I have already bought the Tiki26 building plan. I saw the tend you have on your Tiki and I would like to know if the design cames in the Wharram package or if it is your creation. As I have written at TIKI 26 Group I need a very good sun protection in my future boat. I wonder if I can add some lenght to the mast so I can make a "bimini" like a roof as I saw on a picture of a Tiki 30. If for any chance you will come to Rio, please let me know. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a nice day, Alexandre
Dear Andres, We have sent you an email but just in case you do not get it we are John and Kat from Australia, members of the PCA and we are building a 42' Pahi due to launch in about a year. We will be in Montevideo on Friday 28th January just for the day. If you are going to be in the area and would be happy to meet with us to discuss Wharram building and owning, we would enjoy it very much. Please let us know as soon as possible.
John and Kat
Thanks Andres, the tillers are now on the dining room table for their first coat of varnish much to my wifes joy! I appreciate your words on the website, first comment I've had, so thank you. Regards matt
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