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||Tuesday, March 20 2018 @ 07:31 AM GMT
Tuesday, February 06 2018 @ 05:48 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
A Few years ago I decided to build a Hitia 14 as an easy boat for the Grandchildren to learn to sail. After a change of jobs and health reasons this project is unlikely to be completed and I would like to pass it on to someone else who would love to complete the project.
One hull is complete ready for Glassing, the second hull needs the compartment top Epoxied in place exterior filleting and then it too will be ready for glassing. Both hulls are Robbins Marine ply and West epoxied throughout.
There is also enough Marine ply to manufacture the decking and rudders. A full set of Rigging Blocks are also included along with a full set of Build Instructions and allocated sail no:
The boat is currently stored in my Garage in Carlisle. The new owner will need to collect it from there.
My contact details:
Wednesday, January 17 2018 @ 11:57 AM GMT
Contributed by: defe
Hitia renovated 17 feet equipped for nautical camping. The catamaran can be beached with rollers. Disassembled measuring 5 * 1.2 meters. A medium-displacement vehicle can be carried on the door. It is assembled in 2 hours. Mercury engine 2t 5 cv. large storage peaks. Full battened mainsail, genoa and tormentina. Still dunfort with chain. Equipment within 6 miles. He sailed from Salerno to the island of Elba.
It is placed in Italy, Viterbo
For information pleace email to email@example.com
Saturday, December 09 2017 @ 10:18 PM GMT
Contributed by: marco_rom
NARAI Mk_IV 40’ for sale in Trieste, NE Italy: new hulls & beams, to be rigged, assembled and sailed away
A beautiful construction, it never saw the sea as Stefano, its passionate owner/builder, hadn’t the chance to complete it, he’s not here any more.
Built with all the best available materials and carefully worked, SP epoxy, inox hardware and screws, well seasoned planks and marine plywood.
Hulls perfectly completed, applied epoxy/woven cloth, and white painted with polyurethane 2 comps enamel, installed portholes, fridge and a inox sink,
It still needs all deck rigging, spars and sails, and to be assembled.
This building stage allows for completing the cat accordingly to any individual needs.
Presently it sits in a corn field, about 1 hour drive from Trieste (NE Italy), where it was build and stored in a covered shed, always protected from rain and sun.
Contact for more info, pics, arrange visits, also check for photo gallery of building stages in:
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Sunday, September 10 2017 @ 09:18 AM BST
Contributed by: GG
Tiki 21 in good condition with mainsail and jib, Mercury engine 6cv 4 stroke and Ellebi road trailer revised, cradle boat on wheels. Complete safety equipment within 6 miles, floating handheld VHF Radio, anchor with textile 50 mt. Textile cloth, 2 mats and original frame from nautical camp tent. Negotiable price.
Sunday, June 18 2017 @ 06:28 AM BST
Contributed by: TAT2
Designed by James Wharram this 12.3 metre sailing catamaran was launched in 2013.
She is 6.7 mtrs wide and has a massive undercover cockpit and rear deck. Loads of storage in unique 'deck pods'.
Sails are in perfect condition. 1 x fully battened mainsail with 3 reef points, one large new furling genoa, one hank on storm jib, and one enormous spinnaker with snuffer kit....plus Lazy Jacks and sail cover. Rig is Bermudan Cutter with double diamonds spreaders.
8 berth, gas cooker, engel fridge, ice chests, pressured water to shower, electric toilet, deck shower, 2 x salt wash down hoses.
Approved to carry 21 day guests. 21 adult PFDs, 4 childs PFD, 1 x dog PFD Set for distance cruising.
Huge built in 470 litre fuel tank and 600 litre water tankage. Highest quality finish with generous use of stainless steel hardware.
2.5 metre fibreglass tender and 3 hp outboard. Gen set, solar panels and 2 x 25 hp Yamaha High Thrust engines with 18 amp charging units.
TAT2 has a big drop down ramp and duckboard at the stern which is perfect for tender retrieve, beach access and swim platform. So many other awesome features!
Go to http://www.acatamaranforsale.com
to see the pre launch survey report, detailed inventory and lots of special feature photos and detailed information.
TAT2 has a beautiful custom decal of wild dolphins on full length of both sides. When I figure how to upload an image here, I'll show you!
She is definitely for sale. We want to start a new and totally different project after 5 years of cruising on TAT2. Make us an offer. The vessel is currently located at Port Douglas, north Queensland right near the World Heritage listed sites of Cape Tribulation, Daintree River and Rainforest and just a day hop to The Great Barrier Reef and the most amazing fishing, diving, snorkeling and sailing grounds in Australia.
Port Douglas is perfectly positioned for an easy sail north to Cooktown, Lizard Island,Cape York, Darwin and Thailand. Or head eastward to the Louisiades, Solomon Islands or New Guinea. during the Australian winter.
Come summer breezes in October/November and from Port Douglas it is a stunning sail trip southward to Magnetic Island and Townsville, Gloucester Island and Bowen and on to the fabulous Whitsunday Islands.
We will happily consider all reasonable offers. Don't forget to go to our website for plenty more photos and info.
phone Australia (+61) 0403 991 874 email; firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.acatamaranforsale.com
Wednesday, May 31 2017 @ 05:18 PM BST
Contributed by: nigelts
A very heavily constructed Catamaran offering up to 9 berths in 5 cabins.
She is not the most luxurious yacht ever to have set sail by modern standards but she is very capable of handling rough seas. During 2016 she made a safe and stable crossing of the Atlantic Ocean from the UK to Brazil via the Canary Islands and Senegal.
In many ways she could be considered basic but she does have everything needed to complete long passages; there is for example a decent galley with cooker, grill and oven. There are no showers or hot water and there is the one heads in the aft section of the port side deck accessed from the deck as it is in one of the sealed bulkhead compartments. There are 2 rope/sail lockers, one in each bow.
The 4 double berths are accessed from the interior on each side and the single berth is in the starboard aft sealed bulkhead compartment accessed from the deck.
The current owner has owned her since 2015 having purchased her from the original owner and yacht builder.
She is British flagged and UK small ships’ registered; she is EU VAT exempt.
Wednesday, May 10 2017 @ 01:32 PM BST
Contributed by: Admin
Includes sail, paddle and automated self-bailer.
Located in Kingswinford, West Midlands. Pick up only.
Contact Bert on (+44)07985 741084
Wednesday, February 01 2017 @ 02:59 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
The Las Sirenas sailboat is a 46' Polynesian Catamaran built by two ship builders in Victoria, Canada in 1978, with the classic Polynesian design by James Wharram. She is well built and structurally sound for Ocean Cruising. She is 46 feet long and 20 feet wide and has 4 double and 2 single cabins, 2 heads, salon, galley with a propane stove, two propane tanks, large built in icebox and a pilot house with single bench bed.
Our sailboat is registered in Guatemala as a tour-operating vessel and has been providing adventurous sailing tours in Guatemala and Belize. She is also captained by a Guatemalan Captain and Crew. She is also documented in the USA.
She is always maintained in good condition. August 2016 haul out with repairs, new rigging, and new bottom paint.
Main Engine 2016 Honda 50hp extralong shaft, Back up engine 25hp Yamaha, 10.5’ West Marine dingy, two 5hp Yamaha's, Honda 650 generator, Yamaha 1000 generator, VHF, Garmin Marine handheld GPS, 10’ West Marine dingy, two paddle boards with paddles, two deep sea fishing rods and reels, life jackets & snorkel gear for 15 people.
Saturday, January 14 2017 @ 02:15 AM GMT
Contributed by: chillihot
Please advise on any available Tiki 46,s for sale or coming up for sale in near future
Thursday, January 05 2017 @ 12:53 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
Solid but needs full bottom sanding and paint. No trailer but has 4 wheel Cat Trax beach cart. Wharram wing sail. 6HP Tohatsu. Solar with separate battery and 6 breaker electrical system in each hull. LED nav lights. Power outlets inside and on deck. Safety net/tramps: 2 fore and 1 aft.
305-664-0190 (voice mail only, no texts) or email@example.com
See southwindsmagazine.com for a Tiki 21 review in November 2016 (different boat, same design).
Wednesday, December 21 2016 @ 03:22 AM GMT
Contributed by: Chris Langkawi
Wharram Tiki 26 Nok Lueang 2004/2016
Price: 15,000 Euro
Pictures under: https://goo.gl/photos/qHrWscBh8gpye1T6A
Build in 2004, Thailand.
Major overhaul in 2016, Langkawi Malaysia with
- New nettings
- New lashings
- New stainless steel rigging
- New mast
- New engine
- Painting deck and beams
- Dyneema used for Dolphin striker and others
- Painting inside the hulls
- New kayak
Location: Telaga Harbour Marina, Langkawi Island, Malaysia
“SY.Nok Lueang” was built in Thailand in 2004 by the owners to highest standards. She has a beautiful finish and has been kept in a very good condition over the years.
The design has been changed a little to make her more comfortable: The cabin roof is raised for more inside space. The beams are 40 cm wider and the center platform is one flat area for maximum outside space.
She has been used in the Area between Phuket (Thailand) and Langkawi (Malaysia). When not in use, she was in dry storage.
With only knee-deep draft, she is the perfect boat to explore the islands of the Andaman Sea. She can be beached as a stainless-steel strip protects keels and skegs.
In 2016 she got a complete overhaul by the owners. Mast, rigging, lashings and nettings are new. The deck and the beams got painted with Jotun Polyurethan Paint. The hulls got painted inside. Nok Lueang is like new and ready to sail with a new outboard engine and kayak.
The owners want to sell her because of some family issues they won’t have time to use her.
Monday, December 19 2016 @ 12:55 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
Ontong Java II. Unique 72ft double canoe, built by Hans Klaar in West Africa using local traditional plank built techniques.
Design inspired by the double canoes of the Tuamotus as recorded by Admiral Paris in the 19th Century.
Launched in 2012, been extensively voyaging in the Atlantic and Caribbean
In good health. Now based in Caribbean.
10 single bunks and 2 doubles.
Full galley 40hp Yamaha outboard.
Single mast with Crabclaw style rig and headsail.
More about the building of Ontong Java: http://www.atomvoyages.com/articles/sailor-interviews/327-hans-klaar-building-and-sailing-the-polynesian-double-canoe-ontong-java.html
Time lapse of Ontong Java II building and launch: https://vimeo.com/76410893
Contact Hans Klaar: firstname.lastname@example.org In Panama, Bocas del Toro off silverbacks, Atlantic side, 00507 603 139 15 or 0049 170 788 4176, also on whatsup.
Click 'read more' to see more pictures
Saturday, December 17 2016 @ 09:44 PM GMT
Contributed by: xaerie
My Hinemoa 23 has extension on cabin this gives it a bit of extra room It was sprit rigged but I found it easier with a rig I put on allum and takes tornado cat mains and jibs Glassed ply Shes in the water and always very dry inside and motor is good yanmar 4stroke 4 hp I have so many projects I hate to see her neglected so opt to advertise at $3500 as is afew things to be done The bulwarks need replacing Theres general maintenance to be done
Thursday, December 01 2016 @ 01:36 PM GMT
Contributed by: mgummert
Hello Wharram Tiki 26 builders or owners,
We did build Magayon II, a Tiki 26, here in the Philippines some years ago. http://www.magayon.de/index.php/saili...uise-2015.
Andi Smith's Junction Boatyard in Bohol had built the hulls and the mast. Recently I decided to replace the heavy wooden mast by one made from aluminium and after evaluating all options, I did get some aluminium tubes extruded by CALCO, a local company. Since they required a minimum amount of raw materials to be processed, I have some spare tubes. In case you know somebody in the Philippines looking for such tubes, please let me know. I am also happy to get quotations for shipping. The tubes are 8m long, 127 mm in diameter with a 3.5mm wall thickness, made from sea water resistant aluminium alloy. I am selling them at cost.
I am also selling the original wooden mast, if somebody is interested. Structurally it is in very good condition, hardly used, the paint is damaged in some areas.
Martin Gummert, Los Banos, Philippines
Tuesday, July 05 2016 @ 11:25 AM BST
Contributed by: Admin
DRAMATIC PRICE REDUCTION ON 3/29/16 BECAUSE THIS BEAUTIFUL BOAT SHOULD BE 'OUT THERE' SAILING. SHE HAS BEEN A GREAT BOAT FOR US AND DESERVES NEW OWNERS WHO WILL USE HER. SHE IS REALLY IN GREAT SHAPE.
Boat located on a protected dock in North Carolina, USA.
Peace is British built and has SSR numbers but is now duty paid in America. Neville has built six boats before he and I built Peace.
We built Peace in Britain and all during the build someone from the Wharram Design office would come to our work site and guide us. James Wharram often came by and we saw a lot of John Barker who drew up the build book. There are very few deviations from the plans and all have been approved by the design team.
Peace was built using the finest materials throughout including Marine grade top quality Okume (Gaboon) plywood and West System epoxy.
Asking price is $110,000 US
Please see ‘Letters from Peace IV’ on this website.
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