Wednesday, 31 July 2013 09:23

Dave Vinni's Tiki 38 Heads

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I am confident that this is a better use of space than having the head in a cabin - but time will tell as they say!!

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17th May 2002: The latest pics of the boat. We have just about finished fitting the furniture since these were taken and will be dry fitting the upper side panels soon.
I think the pics show that it is not too difficult to modify the coach roof. We have probably gone a little overboard with the stringers, but having been clobbered a couple of times by bad beam seas, the extra stringers are no hardship.

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Wednesday, 31 July 2013 08:54

Dave Vinni's Tiki 38 build (and others)

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    This is Richard Winn's boat that is nearing completion. She is another Tiki 38.

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    And so the lines on the floor began to take shape.

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    And before long the mating thing did it again and a second hull was born. Chris is the builder looking surprised at what his efforts have produced. Pallets have proved to be invaluable.

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    One up one down. Filleting is the order of the day after fairing etc...

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    Detail of the join I used in the capping planks, quick and easy to make on a table saw with the edges of the planks clamped together.

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    You're not going to believe it but another hull on the way!! I am the pensive looking fella wondering where the best place to put the heads is going to be.

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    Depth sounder transponder, my solution.

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    Depth sounder transponder, Gary's solution.

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    Whilst we have been busy in the warehouse, Lourens has been building again, this time a Tiki 30 which is quickly taking shape in his back yard.

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    This is Lourens' Tiki 38.

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    These views give a good idea of what the modification looks like. I intend doing the same save that there will be a slight radius of the flat top sections of the coach roof.

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    This is Gary's Tiki 31.

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    In the beginning there was a floor and a pile of plywood and timber and plenty of enthusiasm to get started.

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    And it came to pass that the strongbacks were made in the form that the drawings required.

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    And to the strongbacks were mated the bulkheads, which begat stringers ....

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Tuesday, 30 July 2013 21:24

Junk Rig Tiki 46

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