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Wharram Tiki 30' + activité / and business
(9,00 m) - 1998

Layout :

  • Length : 9,00 m (29' 6")
  • Beam: 5m
  • Draft: 0.60m
  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Engines: MARINER Outboard 30HP

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 18 M XPF / 150 800 €

Wharram Tiki 30, sold with his society charter (website, 10 contracts with tour operator, with transport licence, partenariat hotel-pension).

Interior fittings :

1 simple cabin in each cabin

  • Galley on hull port
  • 2 large chests in each fore hull
  • 2 aft and fore waterproof bulkheads
  • A large cockpit with hard owning
  • A fore deck wooden batten
  • A fore trampoline
  • A large aft bath staircase between two hulls

Listing :


Taboo is built in England in 1998, he crossed two oceans before ending up in French Polynesia. The current owner bought her in 2013, he did some small works in order to use it in day charter boat and pass it in NUC. It is also approved en NUC for 8 passagers and two crew members.


MARINER 2 stroke outbord engine (2014) with remote control and electric start.

Sloop rigging

Strut in good condition (two on each side)
Genoa furling PROFURL machine
Two genoa
Two horn GV
Spi with sock

Ground tackle

Two flat anchors (a fortress currently at post)
2 x 10m of 8mm chain
Hawser 30m


Mattresses and cushions


Engine battery 50Amp
Service battery 90Amp for light, fire and VHF
Solar panel with charge regulator



Safety equipment

All up-to-date security armament or the 4th professional category.
Hard annex 4m with a TOHATSU 9.8HP engine

Main strengths

Light boat and low draft
Day charter society known and recognized
Expanding turnover
Ground mooring next to the Hilton
Partenariat with hotel and local company already in place

Last modified : 29/10/2018


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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