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Santana Schock 30'
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4 3330 Tue August 22, 2006
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Description: Santana Schock 30'
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Review Date: Sun July 31, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Starting to restore the boat need information and literature.
Any one know the thiferences with the santana 30/30.
Thanks
Martin
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jstringer
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Registered: February 2006
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Review Date: Sat February 18, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $16,000.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: exelent performer very stable on all points of sail ... very handsome sailboat mine has no blisters ..none (1975 model) keel stepped mast great interior
Cons: shallow bilge but i still installed bilge pump (couldn't believe previous owner s didn't)

I've sailed her on the chesapeke bay and mobjack bay for the last few years ... A great boat on all points. The santana 30 is a relative unknown in this area of hunters cals catalinas and albergs. Everybody thinks she's a C&C (very similar look) ...a very clean and simple yacht...repowered with a yanmar 2gm20 a few years ago.. she also has a profurl roller reefing system and an edson wheel.

She is fast as lighting but very stable and forgiving... Keep an eye on the wheel when going downwind in a strong breeze! This thing turns on a dime (great at the marina). She draws 5' ...8000 disp. 3800 bal.
A great all-around boat... 1975 model so there is always something to refurbish or replace...But in the meantime I can go sail!!!!!!
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Review Date: Tue August 22, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $24,000.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Outstanding vessel, fine workmanship, fine sailer
Cons: virtually unknown

I have owned this boat for 30 years and am still amazed at it's sailing capabilities. The workmanship is first rate and straight forward. In these years, I have had no leaks, no failures, no blisters. She is kept on an open mooring during the spring, summer and fall. Other than adding wheel steering, leading all controls to the cockpit for single handing, new standing rigging 5 years ago and an Algrip paint job 8 years ago nothing has been altered from original. She is fast having clocked 8+ knots on GPS during a broad reach in good winds, only once did I succeed in airating the rudder and lossing control. The winds in this instance were in excess of 30 knots. I have sailed on a fixed course for in excess of an hour without having to retrim sails or touch the wheel, she balances well with a full battened main and 110 jib. This boat may be the best kept secret in the boating world, it doesn't have the name recognition of Hunters or O'days because of the lack of publicity. The quality is there.
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Review Date: Tue August 22, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $24,000.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Outstanding vessel, fine workmanship, fine sailer
Cons: virtually unknown

I have owned this boat for 30 years and am still amazed at it's sailing capabilities. The workmanship is first rate and straight forward. In these years, I have had no leaks, no failures, no blisters. She is kept on an open mooring during the spring, summer and fall. Other than adding wheel steering, leading all controls to the cockpit for single handing, new standing rigging 5 years ago and an Algrip paint job 8 years ago nothing has been altered from original. She is fast having clocked 8+ knots on GPS during a broad reach in good winds, only once did I succeed in airating the rudder and lossing control. The winds in this instance were in excess of 30 knots. I have sailed on a fixed course for in excess of an hour without having to retrim sails or touch the wheel, she balances well with a full battened main and 110 jib. This boat may be the best kept secret in the boating world, it doesn't have the name recognition of Hunters or O'days because of the lack of publicity. The quality is there.
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