Nope... a Wildcat is a production boat... a Wharam you buy the plans and then commision a builder or.... if either very good with wood or totally insane... you build it yourself...
A few examples below... the red ones a Tiki 30, the black an Ariki 48....
Oh a little adendum posted on the Wharram site....
Originally Posted by k-bob
Boatman 61. Is the wildcat same as the wharram
that some are refering to?
We would like to draw attention to the problems people have experienced by ordering their Wharram catamaran
to be built by the ‘RB Power & Sailing’ yard of Raoul Bianchetti in Pattaya, Thailand
The first boat built was a heavily modified Tiki 38, of which the owner refused to take delivery
and which since being launched in February 2009 has broken up at anchor
. The second Tiki 38, which was being build for Warren Matthews, was removed from the yard last January for finishing in New Zealand
, after the owner discovered serious deficiencies in the build.
You can read about Warren’s experiences at:
Practices like these are the reason for James Wharram Designs setting up Franchised Yards, where the owners can be sure to get a correctly built, high quality Wharram Design. RB Power & Sailing is NOT a franchised yard!
Franchised Wharram Yards:
Andy Smith Boatworks in Bohol, Philippines
Boatsmith in Florida
, USA: www.boatsmithfl.com
Seacape in Phuket, Thailand
Viking Boats in Mumbai, India
is at present only available to build smaller Wharram cats (up to Tiki 38) for the home market. www.vikingboats.in