Wharram Tiki 30 in France (ref1336)

Beautiful build, great price

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  • General +

    Tiki 30 number 119
    With central pod
    Built between 2002 and 2004 in West Indies
    Launched in 2004
    9,15m x 5m x 0,7m
  • Hulls & decks etc +

    Made in marine ply, fiber glass, epoxy. Copper coat anti foul.
    Double berth in each hull, double berth in central pod.
    Extremities of each hull (front and back ) are full of foam for buoyancy
    and crash boxes.
  • Rig & Rigging +

    2 masts without shrouds.
  • Sails +

    2 x 20m2 « swing wing rig » sails ( double junk sails ) made by Christopher Scanes
    in collaboration with Sunbird Marine.
    Very easy to manoeuvre, you can reduce without changing route.
  • Engine +

    Honda HB 4 strokes 15 cv
    BF15LD from 2004
    Only used to get into and out of harbours.
  • Electronics & Nav +

    1 battery 60 AH charged by the engine or/and a Unisolar 12v 32w solar panel.
    Another small 5w solar panel for a second battery.
    An automatic tricolor masthead LED light.
    1 PLASTIMO olympic 100 compass
    1 depth sonder NASA Target 2
    1 windspeed and direction NASA Target 2br> 1 speed o meter NASA Target 2
    1 portable VHF NAVICOM RT211 with extra antenna on masthead
  • Ground tackle +

    2 x 12kg anchors
    30m chain 8mm
    100m anchor rope
    1 manual anchor winch ROYAL
  • Safety Gear +

    6 lifejackets
    6 harness
    1 buoy
    1 floating light
    1 manual pump
  • Galley +

    2 flexible 50l water tanks in central pod, one for each hull
    kitchen and toilets
    kitchen in port side with a sea water foot pump
    alcohol stove
  • Heads, washing +

    toilet and washbasin on starboard
  • Dinghy +

    home made ply epoxy, needs to be repaired
  • Misc +

    1 floating anchor
    1 Navik wind steering
    many jerrycans
    6 fenders
    2 buckets
  • Owners comments +

    A very pleasant and secure boat,
    seriously built by Bertrand Fercot
    who built since then a Tiki 46 with same rig and sailed with it from France to New Zealand
    This boat has crossed Atlantic Ocean from West Indies to France in 2005, average speed 5,2 knts
    Ashore now in France, Brittany, waiting for a new owner.
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