I love Wharram' s, my first boat was a Tiki 31. I still row upto them in anchorages
just to check them out. In saying that the lack of internal space is the limiting factor for me. And my experience is.....if youd like a female companion most women would need a large Wharram to feel comfortable. Minimum for me would be a Tiki 38 which you will get for under 80k. Preferably Id like a 46 but then your talking big bucks. My first sailing day was on my wharram , offshore
breeze doing 9-11knots flat water
, my experienced cruising mate turned to me and said " this boat just set you up for disappointment, rarely will you sail this well again" haha.
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