The Pahi 63 is a tribal boat, suitable for expedition sailing and for larger groups of people to cruise or eco-charter. It is based on traditional Polynesian double canoe principles, is most suitable for use in warmer climates.
The deck/accommodation layout resembles a village, with a central public area including ‘well’ and (optional) ‘hearth’, surrounded by private cabins. This centre deck and the separate aft and fore deck areas give three large emotionally different spaces, enabling people to have hours in seeming solitude.
This deck layout combined with the 'Flexi Space' hull cabins (all with their own entrance) enables 8-10 people to live peacefully together for weeks at a time.
|Length Overall:||63'||19.20 m|
|Beam Overall:||28'||8.53 m|
|Waterline Length:||51'||15.5 m|
|Draft:||3' - 5'||0.9m - 1.5m|
|Loading capacity:||4.5 tons|
|Sail area:||1400 sqft||130 sqm|
|Building Time Estimate:||4000 hours|