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Re: Help! Tmi 30

Hi there, I am currently living on a TMI 30 in Florida, and restoring her as I go. Would live to see if anyone is still involved with one, or if this thread is active anymore! Cheers!
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Hi there, I am currently living on a TMI 30 in Florida, and restoring her as I go. Would live to see if anyone is still involved with one, or if this thread is active anymore! Cheers!
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A little late to the post, but I own a 1981 TMI 30,which I bought in 2015, in Ontario Canada.
Can't live aboard in winter up here, but I think this is an absolutely amazing boat. Mine is in pristine condition in and out (cared for by 2 previous owners), has every conceivable option and top of line equipment, and sails beautifully in winds above 10knots. A little slow in light winds, but inspires confidence in heavy weather. This is the fourth sailboat I have owned,the largest I've owned , and the first TMI. (They are rare- the CY30, TMI 30 and Ticon 30 are ostensibly the same design by Herreschoff). I can't think of another 30 footer of this
vintage that compares for durability, space, build quality, or performance. Ian.
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Re: Help! Tmi 30

I have a TICON 30 (1984) she is a very solid boat. We bought the boat as project boat and have fixed her up pretty nice. Very fast boat with the deep keel version. We keep her on the Tennessee river in north Alabama. Check out the TICON owners web page for info and spec. I would take the boat anywhere and yes I have sailed for 35 plus years fresh and salt so I say this from experience. The only way to evaluate a used boat is with a good survey so get one before you buy unless you are very handy with a grinder and paint. have fun and good luck. TerryW
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