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"what model Wharram is shown in this photo please?"
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Charles Eugene Marie replied to Jeff plentovich's discussion Tiki 30 Design modifications in the group TIKI 30
"I do theese sortes of change on my boat, the yellow one. Charles eugene marie ."
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Rogerio Martin commented on Charles Eugene Marie's photo

profil tribord

"By its design, I see you're making changes to the tiki 30. I think it's putting a lot of weight for this hull. I suggest increasing in length to compensate"
May 12, 2019

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A home builder
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
I builds a modified tiki 30 (number 201) being 33 feet
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My English is rather rusty and i will stretch it
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reciprocate. i was influenced by all the picture off yours. keep trace

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At 8:56am on December 10, 2013, allan poulter said…
Gael, welcome to the website! Can you tell us what changes you made to the original design besides the extra 2 feet you added to the overall length? It looks like the hull is deeper. Am I correct? What other changes do you plan to make? You can write in French if it is easier. Most of us can use Google Translate if needed! Thank you for sharing your photos. Allan
At 11:08am on December 10, 2013, marc said…

Salut gael,

ca fait plaisir de voir une nouveau bateau se construire en Bretagne. J'ai l'impression que les choses avancent bien. Très bel abri.

At 12:05pm on December 10, 2013, Charles Eugene Marie said…

merci Marc. on dirait que c'est bien parti pour toi aussi

At 7:18pm on December 12, 2013, marc said…

Plus je regarde les photos, plus je me dis que les modifs sont toutes réfléchies, idem pour le process de construction. Certainement pas un bateau pour faire juste le Crouesty - Belle île un dimanche d'été. Un Wharram +++, le reflet d'une belle expérience en tout cas ! 

At 10:28am on December 22, 2013, Rogerio Martin said…

Pour compenser le gain de poids, utiliser un génois et fil d'acier inoxydable de 6 mm. All.

Good work, and good winds

Roger, from TikiRio

At 5:16am on December 24, 2013, Charles Eugene Marie said…

Hello Roger. Thank you for you help . There are just a problem; I think a automatique translator was used, and it is almost impossible to understand the meaning of you comment. Never mind, anyway,I will stretch my English language. It could be better  in preparation of my futur trip

At 4:15pm on December 25, 2013, Rogerio Martin said…

Pour compenser le gain de poids, utiliser un voille plus avant

Et câbles inox plus forte

Bons Ventos, amigo (in portuguese)

At 3:54pm on April 16, 2017, SIEJA Edouard said…


Vous avez allongé votre Tiki de 2 feet , a quel endroit avez vous placé cet allongement ?

Très beau travail !




At 4:56pm on June 7, 2017, SIEJA Edouard said…

merci pour les infos  encore une foi très beau travail.

peut on accéder à ton site : 

merci d'avance 

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