1397 Tiki 38 in Brazil

Asking $129,000 US!

Built 2019. New engines added. New cockpit photos added (Jan 22).

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  • Owner comment +

    Brand new boat, She was launched in December 2019.
    I built the boat for my own use and living aboard, but since I like the process, I want the challenge of Building a Tiki 46.
    Overall design more like the Tiki 36 with straight deck, more space inside but still beatifull external lines, have a look at the images.
    Water Tank built below the floor in main cabins, 180l each, allows great voyages and passages.
    I sailed from Florianopolis to Rio de Janeiro and in the middle was cought by a Cyclone Bomb, a storm with winds up to 60 knots. The boat resists pretty good.
  • Hulls & decks etc +

    Very well glassed.
    All Decks in Cedro Rosa, High Quality and light soft wood
    PU high quality paint International Weg
  • Rig & Rigging +

    Wooden masts as per plan, Jib Furler
    Galvanized 5/8 wire
  • Sails +

    Sailis as per plan, by Roberto Costa (James Wharram office recommends him here in Brasil).
    Blue Sail covers to protect them.
  • Engines +

    Brand new (October 2020).
    2 outboard 2T 15hp Hidea with brand new wires and Outboard Control Box
  • Electronics & Nav +

    VHF antenna 9db
    VHF Icom
    AIS Owna KP 708
    Electric Tinned Copper Cable in all instalations!
    2x 395W Solar Panels
    2X MPPT 40A Solar Charger Controller
  • Ground tackle etc +

    Main Anchor Rocna 25kg
    10m 10mm Chain
    100m 18mm Warp
    Spare Anchor Bruce 10kg
    15m 8mm Chain
    50m 10mm Warp (special for the porpose)
    50m 25mm 3 Strand Using for Tow
    100m 10mm General Purpose
    6 X 12m 10mm Rope for Docking or Mooring
    2X 10m pre-stretched rope
    Foremast case reinforced and 10cm increased allowed by designer
    Very Strong Manual Lofrans Royal Windlass
  • Safety Gear +

    14 Life Jackets CLASSE II G+55KG
    2 X Automatic Inflatable Life Jacket
    5X boat safety chest belt
  • Galley and Plumbing +

    There are 3 water tanks above each sink
    Water Tank above the Kitchen sink about 60l
    Water Tank in the main cabin, above the sink about 40l
    Water Tank in WC above the sink about 20l
    I built water tanks in the floor as per plan
    Each Hull has one tank in the floor about 180l each
    There is a built-in Fridge of about 120l with a compressor in the stern cabin port side
    There are plenty of space to stores things above the sits.
    Salt water kitchen sink faucet (electric pump)
    There is an electric pump for the water tank above the floor.
    All water tanks in the boat were painted with special paint for drinking water tank, no epoxi contact
  • Heads +

    Jabsco Electric Toilet
    Holding Tank well built and glassed, about 80l
    WC´floor glassed for better maintenance and durability
    3 X Bilge Pump: WC, Bow Cabin and Spare.
  • Dinghy +

    Wood Built Dinghy glassed outside for better durability, up to 4 people
  • Fenders +

    2 X Buoy Fender A4
    3 X Cone Fender G5
  • Misc +

    In the port side Bow Cabin I glassed the floor in order to install a Aquaponic in the future...It´s very well glassed and painted with potable water paint.
    There are reinforcements above the decks in the bow and above the Deckpod
    I made some small modifications to the roof of the hulls and it looks more like the Tiki 36, as seen in the screenshots.
    The deckpod was modified and installed a huge stern bench that seats up to 5 people comfortably. It is possible to sleep two people below as well.
    The roof of the deckpod is very well constructed and glassed, and can be easily climbed on to make adjustments and maintenance.
    There is a canvas and plastic closure on the deckpod which allows for dry navigation.
  • Extra +

    1. Raymarine St6000 Autopilot it´s not installed yet.
    2. Windvane Self Steering it´s not installed yet.
    3. Manual Toilet conversion kit, from electric to manual.
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