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Monday, October 29 2012 @ 02:11 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
I am seeking crew for a long term voyage from West Wales to the Pacific via the Canaries, the west coast of Africa, Namibia, South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion, etc., across the Indian ocean and on into the Pacific ocean. Other ports of call, especially along the African coast, would depend on the crew's desires and reasons of safety. I have no intentions of getting into any arguments with pirates of any sort!
The boat is a Wharram TEHINI, almost complete, Bermudan ketch rigged, which I began building at the end of 2003. I am more or less a professional boat builder and WOWIE ZOWIE as she is called has been built to a relatively high standard; BS 1088 marine plywood, the WEST epoxy system and 2 part polyurethane paint. She is a go anywhere vessel, hence the planned voyage.
Tuesday, October 02 2012 @ 04:25 AM BST
Contributed by: Anonymous
Join us as we sail from the beautiful (north) Borneo down to Brunei along the Malaysian coast, to the exotic islands of Tioman and on through the Singapore straits. Malacca Strait, past historic Melaka, exotic islands of Pulau Pangkor, Penang, Langkawie, We anchor at remote and exotic islands enroute. We will explore the coastlines, search for Elephants, Birds, Monkeys and giant Lizards, and sail up rivers exploring the lush jungle and rainforests. We will spend some time snorkelling and exploring the reefs of these stunning islands, and hiking on land.
...Firstly, you don't need to have any previous sailing experience to come on this trip. We will teach you everything you need to learn, and you can learn as little or as much as you like. To get the most out of the experience, we like to encourage people to take an active role in all aspects of the lifestyle - from sail handling, anchoring and navigating, to catching and preparing fish and baking bread in the morning. The most important qualities that we are looking for in people are those who are adventurous, fun-loving, and above all, easy-going. When you step on the boat you are entering another reality; a completely different lifestyle full of challenges, possibilities and new experiences. You need to be able to adapt and have an open attitude towards new people and situations and to really enjoy life! And in return we can promise you the adventure of a lifetime...
use this link to read more: http://www.wharramsailing.com/saili%2...h%20us.htm
Saturday, February 25 2012 @ 03:33 PM GMT
Contributed by: WilliamS
I will be in Pensacola Florida between April 18 and 23, 2012. I would like to rent,charter or be taken for a sail on a Tiki 26 or 30. I have built and sailed a Tiki 21 for a number of years. I want to build bigger but would like to experience the boat first. I am also looking for a similar arrangement on Lake Champlain or any where else in New England (US) any time.
I would also be interested in possibly renting my Tiki 21 on Lake Champlain
Friday, August 19 2011 @ 09:13 PM BST
Contributed by: Anonymous
my lover and I want to learn how to navigate a catamaran. My parter, Jonny went to boat building school in BC and dreams of building a James Wharram catamaran, either a Tiki 26 or 30 foot. Jonny has some sailing experience. We had a baby on May 9, 2011. We would like to have some sailing experience together. My partner is a carpenter as well and jack of all trade, also vegetarian. I am a personal trainer, yoga & dance teacher and good cook. We are jugglers as well. We would like to live abroad and cruise.
we are open and flexible
Véronique, Jonny & Elohw Mai
Lasqueti island, BC
Tuesday, May 24 2011 @ 09:11 PM BST
Contributed by: JAG
Greetings to all. Am planning to take a recently refurbished Tiki 31 from Plymouth to Chichester, and would like some experienced crew to help/share experience. Shared costs. Sometime in June. Please let me know here if available.
Wednesday, February 09 2011 @ 11:04 PM GMT
Contributed by: minntiki
Building cat in Minnesota, homesteading in the backwoods, looking to go to PNW coast and hang out and learn to sail...then pacific rim voyage? More boatbuilding?
Seeking fist mate and lifemate. Age is relative, female preferred.
Thursday, September 30 2010 @ 12:39 PM BST
Contributed by: Petros.Polonos
46 yo, Inshore Skipper (ISSA), SRC GMDSS (RYA). Other certificates in progress. Speaks Polish, English, a bit of Russian. Future Islander 65 owner.
I am going to complete my RYA Yachtmaster Ocean exam by spring 2012.
It means a lot of sailing, so I am looking for serious sailing opportunities.
Deliveries, passages, expeditions, cruising - all welcome.
Will work, sing, tell stories, cook - for sailing.
Can bring my own dog.
See my details and calendar at http://sailor.wpplanet.net
Sunday, August 15 2010 @ 12:43 PM BST
Contributed by: Jesse
South African looking to crew on a Wharram. Coastal or ocean cruising. I'm 29 very capable sailor, electrician by trade and able to help with repairs or refitting of boat, woodwork, tig welding, glass fibre work. Looking to build up sailing time for my skippers and get exp sailing wharram's, also looking to buy or build a wharram in the near future.
Saturday, March 27 2010 @ 10:30 PM GMT
Contributed by: bssmaa
I'm thinking of buying a Tiki or Tangaroa, and would like to get a bit of experience on one of these boats before I make a buying decision. I'm based in the South West UK (Bath). Let me know if anyone needs an occasional crew.
Saturday, February 06 2010 @ 05:22 PM GMT
Contributed by: Anonymous
New possibility to test the Pahi 42 in Portugal.
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