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Santana 20
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Description: Santana 20
Keywords: Santana 20
 


Author
summerlandmarine
Junior Member

Registered: February 2003
Review Date: Tue February 25, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I have sailed "Adios" for nearly 8 years.This boat is a very good step up from any dingy or cat type.They are a beamy boat(8ft)and love the light to moderate winds.PHRF handicapped from 222-241 depending on you sails they are a fabulous boat for 1-4 persons.Ours was a wee bit special with adjustable side shrouds and all lines leadind to the cockpit,which is very roomy for such a small boat.We have spent many weekend on her with a good sized V-birth and 2 9ft 1/4 births. The S20 is like camping in a "Pup Tent" with 6ft sitting head room.
Overall a very good upgrade for dingy sailors and a great class boat to challenge skills with other S20's.For a few pictures of "Adios" try searching www.geocities.com/cwsnowpro there you will find mypage and look in the folder Sailing.
Cheers,
CW
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