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refit and maintenance
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Looking to get a 30yo tiki26 that's been on the dry for a few years.it needs a fair bit of refit work,is it safe to assume the boat will not need much maintenance work for a few years after a major…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Nielsen May 28, 2023.

rough cost of building a cuddy/pod

Hi.I am looking to buy either a tiki 26 or a tiki 30.Will want to make a cuddy/pod -Anyone has a rough idea how much it might cost to build?Cheers!Continue

Started Apr 22, 2023

Catamarans, Polynesian culture and the environment - a question.
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A bit of a naive question really.With the coming environmental catastrophe and Polynesian people in mind.----See -…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kai-Tiki-Nui Mar 27, 2023.

a large wharram (Pahi?) in a new film

There's a new film "savage waters" with a rather large wharram playing it's part in it.I think it's a Pahi.. Not sure..Check the image:…Continue

Started Nov 9, 2022

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tide replied to Jean paul VACANDARE's discussion Tangaroa MK1
"Curious. Any more details?"
Aug 17, 2023
tide replied to Kim Rooney's discussion Narai MKIV for sale
"congratulations!"
Jul 14, 2023
Thomas Nielsen replied to tide's discussion refit and maintenance
"I built Tsunamichaser 15 years ago. Used the best plywood, Doulas Fir and SystemThree Silveryip epoxy. No rot ever anywhere as I’m constantly taking care of her - it’s easier than a major refit. She lives in the water full time.…"
May 28, 2023
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refit and maintenance

Looking to get a 30yo tiki26 that's been on the dry for a few years.it needs a fair bit of refit work,is it safe to assume the boat will not need much maintenance work for a few years after a major refit?See More
May 27, 2023
tide replied to Kelvin McDaniel's discussion Project boat 30'-46'
"i might be interested. is this the tiki30 in Newhaven?"
May 24, 2023
tide commented on Reon's blog post Tiki 38
"This *might* interest. Devil in the details ;) Welcome to PM. Cheers!"
Apr 25, 2023
tide posted a discussion

rough cost of building a cuddy/pod

Hi.I am looking to buy either a tiki 26 or a tiki 30.Will want to make a cuddy/pod -Anyone has a rough idea how much it might cost to build?Cheers!See More
Apr 22, 2023
Kai-Tiki-Nui replied to tide's discussion Catamarans, Polynesian culture and the environment - a question.
"The "agenda" is economic control of the globe. Climate change is just a tool for that agenda."
Mar 27, 2023
Andy Nemier replied to tide's discussion Catamarans, Polynesian culture and the environment - a question.
"Dude, the Climate Change agenda is a scam.  Build your Wharram and go sailing.  Enjoy God's earth by getting back to the sea."
Mar 22, 2023
tide posted a discussion

Catamarans, Polynesian culture and the environment - a question.

A bit of a naive question really.With the coming environmental catastrophe and Polynesian people in mind.----See - https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/mar/19/samoa-pm-fiame-naomi-mataafa-urges-world-to-save-pacific-people-from-climate-crisis-obliteration----It feels that using a catamaran, a polynesian technology, perhaps i…See More
Mar 21, 2023
tide replied to Bob Bois's discussion Electric propulsion
"interesting. out of curiosity - why not use the evo outboard version that offers the same functionality?"
Feb 16, 2023
tide replied to tide's discussion sailing differences between wharram design styles
"Interesting indeed. cheers! just bumped into: https://www.wharram.com/forum/design-specific-boards/pahi-designs/pahi-beam-hatches-0 Check the quote from steve turner re 21-31ft pahis & tikis + wingsail rigs.. Cheers!"
Jan 7, 2023
Andy Best-Dunkley replied to tide's discussion sailing differences between wharram design styles
"As Robert is saying, the variables are so wide that the question will only get very general answers! For example, our Pahi 42 has the Bermudan cutter rig with fully battened mainsail and conventional boom. Our genoa is a fairy new Jeckells…"
Dec 28, 2022
tide replied to tide's discussion sailing differences between wharram design styles
"I see. Thanks for the clarification :) The question is, baring in mind the variations between the elements you mention(), are there general tendencies that certain JW designs are more amenable to? eg, my guess is that narrower hulls like a raka…"
Dec 6, 2022
Robert Hughes replied to tide's discussion sailing differences between wharram design styles
"No that's not what I'm saying.  If you took different JW designs where the major factors such as waterline length are similar, loaded them to similar displacement, and set similar sail areas in similar conditions there would be…"
Dec 6, 2022
tide replied to tide's discussion sailing differences between wharram design styles
"Hi. Thanks for the reply. Are you saying that when it comes to Wharram designs, the differences are basically cosmetic? ie so long as the skipper is able enough, she can make any of them behave the same? Cheers!"
Dec 5, 2022

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