Parker, feeling your pain. I am one of the few who love the simplicity of Wharram
Because you are building two boats and then attaching them they are easy to transport. You don’t need to be near the water
. That is a huge plus. Think about that. Pick a place where you have moderate weather
. For example Seattle
would be the sh!ts with all the rain and moisture.
If you can find a run down shed or old commercial
building and rent out space. Would be ideal.
But honestly ... why build when you can get what rams cheap
all over the world ? Just buy and modify./ repair.
The other thing is building materials. Sourcing the materials is key to the projects. Philippines
have builders. I know Pi has substantial problems with theft. But labor is cheap
and guys do it. I have seen some Wharrams built in South Africa
also. In Mexico
, where I keep my boat in Sea of Cortez
, you would be paying an arm and a leg ( 18%) import
tax for everything on the back of your truck.... unless you go Rambo ... “do you feel lucky, Punk?” (Dirty Harry Clint Eastwood).
It will take minimum 3 years to build for a guy who knows what he is doing with infrastructure. Think seriously about buying