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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Tangaroa in the Carribean

Tikaroa is a 34' Catamaran designed by James Wharram. She has been built in 1980 in the UK and renewed in 2003. In 2009 she has crossed the atlantic and is fully equiped for longterm sailing and living on board.

The boat is completely made in wood. The hulls are made from plywood with a layer of fiberglass and epoxy on the outher side. The construction allows to repair almost everything by yourself. This keeps costs low and allows independency. Even though it's all from wood, only little maintenance is nessecary.
Condition of the Boat: She's ready to sail long distances.
Location: Chaguaramas, Trinidad W.I. (Southern Caribbean)
Price: 25'000 Euro (35'000 US$) Reduced to 22'000 Euro (30'000 US$) Reduced to 15'500 Euro (22'000 US$) for quick sale
Contact: (please send me also your phone number)
Details see below
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- 4 Berths. The two aft berths have an extension over deck-niveau. This gives a lot more space and allows sitting. They can be used as narrow double berth
- Pump Toilet
- Stove 3 Flames
- Deck-Tent

- Epirb (506 MHZ, GPS, 2009)
- Liferaft (2009)
- Parachute Sea Anchor
- Lifelines
- 15 kg Bruce Anchor
- 3 more Anchors
- Manual Anchor Winch
- 40m Chain, 30m Rope, 10m Bridle, 90m Rope on separate roll

- Windgenerator ("Duogen")
- Solarpanel 60W (2009)
- New Service Battery 150Ah (2009)
- Starter Battery Separate 80Ah, 2003, good conditions

- Fishfinder
- Electric Autopilot
- Windautopilot
- Navtex

- Two Outboard Engines Yamaha 9.9 4-Stroke, electric lift (2002)
- Dingi-Outboarder: Tohatsu 3.5 2-Stroke (2007)

- Mainsail
- Mizzen-Sail
- 4 different Foresails
- Anderson-Winch 2 Gears

- Hifi (Radio, MP3, CD)
- Dinghi (old but still usable)
- A lot of tools and spare parts

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