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Tiki 30

 Home-built from plans

Designed by:
James Wharram Designs

The Tiki 30 is the largest Wharram boat that is trailerable. Accommodation is basic, conserving weight to make demounting easier. There is a double berth in each hull, a galley and navigation area. A fabric deck shelter that gives protection when sailing which can be expanded into a deck cabin in harbour. Another option for shelter is a rigid bridgedeck pod.

The hulls are constructed in two levels with the stitch and glue method. This results in a knuckle at the join, which gives more internal width and allows the bunks to be wider.

Performance cruiser
Multihull type:
GRP covered plywood panels joined with the stitch-and-glue system
Sails and rigging:
Gaff 'wingsail' sloop
Deck layout and gear:
Cuddy for shelter over one hull
Keels, boards and rudders:
Very low aspect ratio fixed keel

Two double berths in the hulls; two under a framed tent on the bridgedeck

LOA (length overall):
9.15 m (30 ft)
LWL (length at waterline):
7.75 m (25 ft 5 in)
5 m (16 ft 5 in)
Draft minimum:
0.65 m (2 ft 2 in)
Windward sail area:
35.8 m² (385 ft²)
Displacement, lightship (empty):
1000 kg (0.98 tons)
1000 kg (0.98 tons)
Number of berths:
Cabin headroom:
1.47 m (4 ft 10 in)
Yes: requires demounting
In production:
Plans available
Cost to home-build:
£11000 Sterling (approx: 14862 / $21822 US / $24810 AUS)*
Time to home-build from plans:
900 hrs
Used boats for sale:
117 boats of this brand currently available!
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* Exchange rates last updated: Sunday 27th January 2008 19:27 GMT

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