Tiki 26 build in Brazil
Monday, May 31 2010 @ 02:29 PM BST
Contributed by: fti
Mr Roberto Costa Sousa Filho writes:
I am 63 years old and sailed the first time in a Tiki 21 in 1980 and since then I have never forgotten the thrill I felt. Sailing since childhood, my father was a great sailor, and my maternal grandfather, Mario Nocetti was a naval engineer who built the first ten 42-foot class Brazil, Olin Stephens, who gave Brazil large victories in the famous race-Buenos Aires Rio.
Everything I learned from sailing, monohull was in, but the sail with the Tiki scored 21 definitely my preference for projects Wharram. Today I feel immense satisfaction at having a dream
Monohull photo is best boat built by my grandfather, who went to sea in 1949 and won the famous race, with the name of Cairo II.
Roberto Costa Sousa Filho
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