Wharram Tiki30 with central pod, built as plans (2001-2005)
The only Wharram Tiki30 qualified by the Italian Maritime Authorities for navigation with no limits from the coast (since 2008).
Hulls & decks etc +
Plywood Joubert (okoumé), West System, Fiberglass.
Airex core foam (no balsa) in all sandwich areas.
2 coats of two-part polyurethane paint International- spring 2014
3 coats of antifouling International – spring 2014
Plexiglass windows in hulls and pod
2 Lewmar hatches (1 per hull)
1 hatches on the pod roof
Wooden (Iroko) boarding ladder
Rig & Rigging +
Shrouds (4): 6mm stainless steel with dyneema terminal
Forestay: 6 mm stainless steel with furling system (2014)
Halyards and sheets: 10mm polyester ropes (2014)
1x ST winch Harken
4x Lewmar stoppers
2x stoppers for spinnaker
Main sail: Jeckells original (2005)
Jib: second hand sail
Storm sail - never used
Yamaha 9.9Hp -4 strokes – High Trust with extra long shaft, 2004
Yearly maintenance done
1x 30l Fuel Tank
1x 12l Fuel Tank
1x 65W Solar Panel GIOCO Solutions – 2014
1x Solar Controller WMarine10 - 2014
2x batteries – 100 Amp each – 2014
1x battery charger
Internal lights: 2 per hull + 1 in the pod
3x 12v sockets
1x 220v socket
1x Shore Power + cable
2x rubber rings + light
1x Life raft for 6 persons (2014)
2x fire extinguishers (2013)
Galley/plumbing etc +
1x Gas cooker 2-burners (Plastimo)
1x Fridge with compressor
Toilet & washing +
Marine WC (Port hull)
Washbasin with footpump
1x 50l fresh water tank (in the locker under the bed)
1x 20l black water tank
1x Porta Potty (Starboard hull)
Arimar 2pax (needs repair)
6 fenders etc
Mooring in a Marina (Northen Adriatic Sea) paid up to 8 August 2015
Charts of Adriatic Sea (from Istria to Ionian Greek Islands)
Sunshade tent (quite used though)
2x small electrical heaters
external solar shower
sunshade tents in pod and cabins.
Owners comments +
“Tatusc” has been built by us according to the original building plans James and Ruth Wharram and Hanneke Boon gave to us in 2001 (and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank them once again) and she was launched in 2005.
The only change we made was to move the kitchen to the pod and install a marine WC in port hull.
Since the launch she sailed 4-5 times to Croatia for long summer cruises (1 to 3 months) and since 2008 she has been working as school-boat for people with physical and mental disabilities (including blind people) and for detained minors. Those social activities, carried out by Domenico, one of the owners, required an extreme attention to be brought to safety and security on board.
We’ve reluctantly decided to sell her because of our mature age and a new family project entailing our move to an area far from Tatusc current location.
Boat details are supplied by the owners & cannot be guaranteed by SBM. You must verify those details personally, or employ a Marine Surveyor before purchase.