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Old 07-29-2010
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Originally Posted by Jeff_H View Post
Why are there not more of them out there?

Because Warrams are usually a pain in the butt to sail, most a very crudely built (I understand that Boatsmith does a nice job) , and do not sail worth a darn? Why else?
oh sure....but apart from that they are perfect.....

Earlier this year we were anchored next to a Wharram on the south coast of NSW. Really quite remarkable things but hardly mainstream. I kind of liken them to those old VW Kombis with the 6v electricals and split windscreens. Legendary , no doubt, but you'd have to be out of your tree to want one.

Nemier my friend, if you really have your heart set on a Wharram......you'll need to grow your hair, get some cut off denims, some tie dyed indian shirts, sandals, head bands and some decent weed.

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