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Old 08-23-2010, 11:46 PM   #1
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This is a stretched Tiki30 that has the sheer raised for more bridge deck clearance and irterior volume with a modern full batten big roach main. We decided not to go with the square top because of the hassle dealing with the top batten. LOA36' BOA 19'8" Hull Beam 4'9" Weight 4500lbs SA 650 sq ft

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Old 08-24-2010, 05:35 AM   #2
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Welcome,

Tell us some more regarding the mods to the TIKI 30 -- Where are you ?

What was the bridge deck clearance ? What's it now ?
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:51 AM   #3
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I'm in Jupiter SE FL The boat is stretched 6. with the addition of one more beam. The sheer is raised 12'' bringing the bridge deck clearance to 32''', this also increases the hull beam to 4'-9" weight is about 4500 lbs'. OAB is increased to 19'-8'' LWL is increased to almost 32' . We have allowed for standing head room in the galley and at the nav station. We have stretched the cabins by 1' to allow more galley and nav station space. Behind the main cabin to stbd we have added a separate head compartment, to port a propane locker and a space to store foulies,wetsuits dive gear and a handheld shower for use in this space or on deck. We have changed the stern post angle from 25 degrees to 5 degrees for reduced helm drag and load at speed. We have added a taller, larger more high tech rig and added a retractable carbon bowsprit. We have also added a helm station with a fold down windscreen and roll down side curtains for on deck protection for the helmsman. Te boat is constructed of foam cored fiberglass. There are many photos of our Tiki 30 at Tiki30blogspot.comTiki30blogspot.com. We are Wharram's US builder.
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We have not built the Tiki 36. Instead a client stepped forward and commissioned us to build him a 45' Ariki. We tweaked it a little bit and James and Hanneke redrew the boat and we are building it at 47' of foam cored fiberglass. We have built all of the molds except the beams which are out for engineering. Here are some drawings and current photos. We will debut this boat at the Miami Boat Show.


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Good work! Can't wait to see the finished product and sail away cost.
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A short video tour of the Ariki.
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Good to see the progress. Do you have a projected retail, sail away price?
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Sailaway price starts around 250k.


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Arikis start around 50k for a sailaway boat. Here are some recent photos.


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Cockpit mock-up
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Here is the latest video of our progress on the Ariki.
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We delivered this boat to a joyful owner in May. Here is a video of the delivery and assembly.
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