I have a Tiki 26 with a good rig, good hulls, I think good beams (you'd need to check them yourself). However, her cockpit and hatchcovers are beyond repair and some non-structural members (toe rails, hatch comings) are rotten and must be replaced. Also the main beam lashing cleats on the starboard hull need to be replaced. In other words she's not beyond repair, but she urgently needs love and attention. Unfortunately I broke my back in an accident five years ago, and she hasn't been in the water since. Realistically, I'm not going to get her back in the water myself. She's located in southern Scotland, there are photographs of her here: [url]http://picasaweb.google.com/stillyet/DancesWithWaves#[/url] Her rig comprises [list][*]One-piece mast[/*:m] [*]Mainsail [/*:m] [*]Roller furling jib[/*:m] [*]Cruising chute with snuffer[/*:m] [*]Storm Trisail[/*:m] [*]Stainless steel shrouds[/*:m] [*]Terylene running rigging.[/*:m][/list:u] All sails are by Jekylls; all are in good condition, but the storm trysail, which is cut with a zip luff and zips onto the mast above the furled mainsail, needs some modification to the halyard attachment - at present the leech is loose, which is not good in storm conditions! She also has a full width deck tent. She has of course anchors, winches, warps, instruments, solar panel, VHF radio, stove, mattresses and so on but she does not have an engine or a trailer. If no-one wants her I plan to donate her to the village bonfire on 5th November, so this is very much a matter of 'speak now or forever hold your peace'. For someone who comes and collects her and takes her away, she's free. If someone just wants just the rig then I'll sell that for £1,000 plus the cost of delivering it - which might be high, given it's a 26 foot mast.
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