Wharram GRP Tiki 26
Built 1991 Imagine Multihulls.
Rig & Rigging +
Original aluminum mast and loose footed gaff wingsail rig.
SS rigging. bridle replaced 2014.
Plasmo 406-s roller reefing.
2x Gibb 7-STA self tailing winches.
Hulls & decks etc +
GRP Hulls and cockpit in excellent condition.
Ply cockpit seats new 2014 with lockers for battery and fuel.
All epoxy coated before painting.
New strengthened forward mast beam professionally built 2014 in composite materials.
Hulls epoxy coated and copper coat antifouling 2014.
Tramps made of very heavy duty fishing net 2014.
Loose footed wing main sail
Roller reefing headsail
Yamaha 8HP 2 stroke MOD 8CMHL 2007.
Light but powerful.
Very few hours.
Starts 1st pull.
External Yam 3 gal tank
Electronics & Nav +
shore power and battery charger.
Fused switch panel in both hulls
Magellan B15 GPS with repeater in cockpit.
Clipper depth with cockpit repeater.
Target Navtex Pro Plus.
Swift Tech marine radio M-168 + hand held radio M-298.
Raytheon Autohelm ST1000+.
New mast head aerial
Tri colour mast head light.
All wiring replaced in tinned cable 2014.
Ground tackle +
Bruce 7.5kg on 10mts heavy gal chain and 30mts braided warp.
Fishermans folding 10kg on 10mt gal chain and 30mts warp
Safety Gear +
Port hull galley with built in sink and foot pump water supply.
Trangia meths stove
Space for portapotty in starboard hull
Sportyak 213 rigid dinghy 3 yrs old
New heavy PVC boom tent and wind break.
This combination transforms what is essentially an open cockpit to a aven of warmth and quiet especially when at anchor or on a mooring. It is up and down in seconds and works well up to force 6.
Fitted PVC covered mattress in port hull and Thermarest in starboard hull.
Owners comments +
Dream Time was built by Imagine Multihulls in 1991 for Chris O Neal who sailed her to southern Spain via Biscay and the Canal du Midi the following year.
I have owned her since 2000 and used her in the Mar Menor and Western Med.
She is in excellent original condition having been extensively reconditioned in 2014.br>
Importantly the forward beam was completely rebuilt by a professional boat builder using composite materials and is now stronger than new and also rot proof.
These cats are excellent to own. They are fast and exiting to sail whilst being reassuringly stable.
The design is simple and low tech, requires minimum maintenance and is cheap to own.
They are as much fun as a dinghy and yet big enough to live aboard.
Dream Time is ready to sail and comes with the use of a recently installed mooring in the Mar Menor.>br>
Boat details are supplied by the owners & cannot be guaranteed by SBM. You must verify those details personally, or employ a Marine Surveyor before purchase.