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James Wharram designed the Pahi 26 for Coastal Trekking and it excels in that role.  This beautiful Pahi 26' was constructed in Port Townsend, WA by an experienced boatbuilder.  He has constructed 38 vessels - 4 of which were cats.  This is very important as amateur builds often suffer from their builder's lack of skill and care.  Not so with Raga.  She was carefully and lovingly constructed using plywood stitch & glue techniques and System 3 Epoxy resins.  Raga was launched in 2005 and sailed the Pacific Northwest for two years before she really went trekking.  She was placed on her Mobilogic trailer and then trekked across the United States, her builder camping within her all of the way, to enjoy a Winter in the Florida Keys where her 15" of draft was extremely useful for exploring Florida's shallow passages and anchorages.  Then she went back on the trailer and trekked back to the Northwest where she has been enjoying the San Juans and Canadian Gulf Islands.  She has been stored out-of-the-weather in a custom enclosure when not at sea and is in excellent condition.  If you want a high quality, high capability, well-thought-out trekking machine that is easy on the pocket book, look no further than Raga.


Additional Details

Equipment and Specifications

-Z-spar Isomat Mast (easily stepped by one person)

-Internal halyards (spinnaker halyard provided also)

-Stoppers, tricolor, windex, vhf antenna

-Professionally swaged stays

-Wishbone boom

-Richlite mast step & outhaul

-Samson Yacht Braid running rigging

-Harken air blocks

-Enke winches

-Main & jib sails made by NW Sails in Port Hadlock

-Two reefs with jiffy reefing on the main

-Main & Jib sails are off-white for low glare

-Genoa made by North Sails

-Hulls constructed of marine plywood & System Three Epoxy

-Logitudinals are Sitka spruce

-Stainless steel and silicon bronze fastners

-White Oak hardwood cleats (some salvaged from Neil Young's Ragland!)

-Petit semigloss white hulls with red bootstripe

-Interlux Micron Extra bottom paint

-Span-Tex Seattle grey decks (soft on the feet)

-Sunbrella cushions and mattresses in both hulls

-Carbon fiber telescoping tiller extension

-9.9 Yamaha high-thrust engine with alternator

-6 gallon fuel tank

-Blue Seas electrical with provision for a battery in each hull (batteries removed)

-Standard Horizon VHF

-Marine Sony CD player

-Compass

-Bruce anchor with 25' chain and 250' rode

-Danforth anchor with 15' chain and 150' rode

-Docklines & fenders

-Awning

-Mobilogic trailer

-Camp Stove

-Porta-potti

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2005

Length

26 ft

Location

Washington

Price

20,000

Status

Active

Make

Wharram

Model

Pahi 26

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

About This Boat

James Wharram designed the Pahi 26 for Coastal Trekking and it excels in that role.  This beautiful Pahi 26' was constructed in Port Townsend, WA by an experienced boatbuilder.  He has constructed 38 vessels - 4 of which were cats.  This is very important as amateur builds often suffer from their builder's lack of skill and care.  Not so with Raga.  She was carefully and lovingly constructed using plywood stitch & glue techniques and System 3 Epoxy resins.  Raga was launched in 2005 and sailed the Pacific Northwest for two years before she really went trekking.  She was placed on her Mobilogic trailer and then trekked across the United States, her builder camping within her all of the way, to enjoy a Winter in the Florida Keys where her 15" of draft was extremely useful for exploring Florida's shallow passages and anchorages.  Then she went back on the trailer and trekked back to the Northwest where she has been enjoying the San Juans and Canadian Gulf Islands.  She has been stored out-of-the-weather in a custom enclosure when not at sea and is in excellent condition.  If you want a high quality, high capability, well-thought-out trekking machine that is easy on the pocket book, look no further than Raga.


Additional Details

Equipment and Specifications

-Z-spar Isomat Mast (easily stepped by one person)

-Internal halyards (spinnaker halyard provided also)

-Stoppers, tricolor, windex, vhf antenna

-Professionally swaged stays

-Wishbone boom

-Richlite mast step & outhaul

-Samson Yacht Braid running rigging

-Harken air blocks

-Enke winches

-Main & jib sails made by NW Sails in Port Hadlock

-Two reefs with jiffy reefing on the main

-Main & Jib sails are off-white for low glare

-Genoa made by North Sails

-Hulls constructed of marine plywood & System Three Epoxy

-Logitudinals are Sitka spruce

-Stainless steel and silicon bronze fastners

-White Oak hardwood cleats (some salvaged from Neil Young's Ragland!)

-Petit semigloss white hulls with red bootstripe

-Interlux Micron Extra bottom paint

-Span-Tex Seattle grey decks (soft on the feet)

-Sunbrella cushions and mattresses in both hulls

-Carbon fiber telescoping tiller extension

-9.9 Yamaha high-thrust engine with alternator

-6 gallon fuel tank

-Blue Seas electrical with provision for a battery in each hull (batteries removed)

-Standard Horizon VHF

-Marine Sony CD player

-Compass

-Bruce anchor with 25' chain and 250' rode

-Danforth anchor with 15' chain and 150' rode

-Docklines & fenders

-Awning

-Mobilogic trailer

-Camp Stove

-Porta-potti

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile
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