The Tiki 26 was designed by popular demand soon after the Tiki 21, for people who wanted to do more serious Coastal cruising. Her ocean going abilities have since been proven in various ocean crossings.
The Tiki 26 can be trailed and is easily beached, to step off in ankle deep water. Sleeps two in the hulls, leaving room for small galley and chart table, but accommodation can be increased with a decktent, giving space for a double bunk.
|Building Method:||Ply/Glass/Epoxy Stitch & Glue|
|Length Overall:||26'||7.92 m|
|Beam Overall:||15' 1"||4.60 m|
|Waterline length:||22' 6"||6.84 m|
|Draft:||1' 4"||0.40 m|
|Weight:||1550 lbs||700 kg|
|Loading capacity:||1700 lbs||770 kg|
|Sail area:||285 sqft||26.5 sqm|
|Headroom in hulls:|
|Over floor:||3' 11"||1.2 m|
|Over bunk:||2' 11"||0.9 m|
|Building Time Estimate:||700 hrs|