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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'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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