The boat accommodation comprises six cabins. Four of which are crew cabins (two double and two single) sleeping cabins. One galley with a small dinette where meals can be prepared. The galley has a sink with running fresh water, hob with two gas burners, oven and a built-in fridge. To the side, there is a loo with a composting toilet arrangement. There is also one separate cabin for the skipper. All cabins are by default small and cozy, but as most of the daytime is spent above the deck the cabins just serve as a place to sleep. All of them have separate entrances and all of them are separated by watertight bulkheads for added safety.
All the crew are supplied with basic bedding (pillow and bed sheet), and also with one big and one small hand towel. Should this not be enough for you, please come with your own sleeping bag. The boat does not either have any heating or air-con installed.
We try to follow the direction of the wind and sail as much as possible, at the same time using the engines only when the necessity comes. The boat is equipped with two outboard engines mounted on pods that lift up clear of the water when underway. That minimizes the drag and adds to pure sailing experience. We try to be as Eco-friendly as possible. We don’t run engines unnecessarily and we don’t use them or don’t use any noisy generators to make electricity. Instead of that the boat is equipped with 4 of 270W solar panels that in conjunction with a 24V LiFePO4 battery bank provides enough electricity to power all electronic, and electrical appliances. Spare electricity is used to power a 24V DC heating element inside a small water tank (50l) for domestic use.
All crew members take active part in all aspects of the trip, including shopping and provisioning for the journey, cooking meals, and taking part in the watch system. All the running costs of food, fuel, marina fees are split equally among the crew. We try to plan daily stops in accordance with the preference of the crew, and don’t normally go to marinas every night. Anchoring out is normally the preferred option as long as the weather conditions allow for it.
Join our Eco friendly cruise on Panarai, Tiki 38, a boat designed by a famous, British boat designer and marine archeologist J. Wharram who took inspiration from traditional double canoe boats that have been sailing successfully in the South Pacific for thousands of years.

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