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post #11 of 22 Old 11-13-2013
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Re: Schock Santana 30?

Is this the boat on ebay? Its just a Santana 30. Not the cool 30-30. Looks like lots of boat for the money though.
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I love mine. Love her, love her, love her. 1977. So many problems but was real cheap. Every sail has been epic, The old diesel is worn out but is actually running well now. This is so much boat for me . On a steep learning curve, had an O'day 20 and a Pearson Arial ( 26') then a 20 year hiatus , then back into the thick of it with this old Santana 30. would love to hear from others with the same boat.
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I'll resurrect an sold thread…I have a Santana 30 and LOVE it as well. Its got a great combo of utility, performance and ease of use. I looked at getting a newer boat a few years ago, but at the end of the day, I decided it wouldn't be a huge difference to sail as far as enjoyment. Doing lots of upgrades and modernizing it now with new electronics and keeping it looking good.

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NewportNewbie - please get in touch. I too have a Santana 30 and I'd enjoy seeing your projects. Scott (prior poster) set up a FB group for these boats. Including you, I 'know' five owners out of 118 hulls made. Best - Keith
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Hey cuajota I read your other article and enjoyed it immensely my name is Ed Holliday and I'm hauling a Santana 30 out to inspect the bottom next week and a survey! Please connect with me on Facebook or my email as I need to know if the hull is cored or just the deck and anything else Please!
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Hi Ed. I'm not Cuajota but I can help answer your Q's. Just sent a PM with more info. -Keith
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Hey guys. What's the Facebook address for the Santana 30 group?

Cuajota | The chronicles of a sailboat in Newport Beach named Cuajota. is the address for my blog.

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Re: Schock Santana 30?

Damn those are good looking boats. Got one opposite my berth but yours looks better.

I, myself, personally intend to continue being outspoken and opinionated, intolerant of all fanatics, fools and ignoramuses, deeply suspicious of all those who have "found the answer" and on my bad days, downright rude.
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My 1979 Tall Rig.

The boat is very solid! The hull is wood core. I have a core sample from when I installed a new knot meter...there is 1/4" fibreglass, 1/2" wood core, and another 1/4" fiberglass! It would take something pretty catastrophic to penetrate that hull! The whole boat is very solid considering it is a relatively light 8600lbs.

The boat sails very nicely on most points of sail, although the IOR stern makes it a bit of a workout downwind in breeze. It goes like a freight train on a reach, and points like a beast upwind.

The cockpit is typical IOR. 3 or 4 people can sit comfortably, although under sail I prefer to sit on the combing.

Overall Schock Therapy has served our family very well over the past 12 years, although we do dream about something bigger for retirement!

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Re: Schock Santana 30?

Very nice!!! I see you have a sprit on the bow. Which one? Any issues with the install?? I'm sure that makes an assy spinnaker much easier to deal with. Yes you are correct about the boats handling manners. I find it points to wind very high and hard. Downwind can be a workout although it's not too bad. The best description I could imagine be is its like an old sports car. Fun as hell. Performance is enough to scare you but you do have to respect it. No abs or awd or electronic gizmos to keep you on the road when you good.

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