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  1. 1977 Schock Santana 28

    December 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1977 Santana 28. Comfortable cruiser and competitive racer. Have daysailed to Anacpa Island many times years and “raced” in the local wet wednesdays beer can races.

    Equipment on Board:

    Sails: 155 on boat, 165 genoa, older. 2 spinnakers, (seldom used) Dacron main/top full batten. Velvo MD 5A diesl with two bladed prop, rebuilt 1998. 6’1″ headroom.


  2. 2008 Schock Harbor 25

    December 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Schock family has a long history of West Coast boat design and construction. Steve Schock drew the lines of the Harbor 25 and the boat went into production in late 2006. This particular example has been with her present owners since Spring 2011, when she received bottom paint and sail-drive service. Well-maintained, she is more than a daysailer and has spacious accommodations for an overnight cruise. 3/2011 survey available. Come see her!
    THIS VESSEL IS LISTED BY A CALIFORNIA LICENSED YACHT BROKER:
    OCEANIC YACHT SALES, INC.
    308 HARBOR DRIVE
    SAUSALITO, CA 94965
    LICENSE NO. B-(# removed)8-CM

    Equipment on Board:

    Ratty 2’s hull is finished in a high gloss blue. At the bow, the stem fitting has a single anchor roller to port of centerline and the foller furler attaches here. A hawsepipe takes the anchor rode to the chain locker
    below. A large Lewmar hatch with stainless steel frame provides ventilation for the v-berth and head. 2 opening ports with screens on each side of the cabin trunk.
    The cockpit is 8′ long and seats 6 people with closed-cell foam cushions. A laminated oak and mahogany tiller and a hiking stick allow control from
    different positions. Aft is a large lazarette. Exterior canvas includes a cover for the cockpit and cabin trunk, winch covers, tiller cover, a
    zippered jib sock and a mainsail cover.
    Sails, Standing & Running Rigging
    The 100% jib rolls around a Schaeffer 700 furler, and sits atop a Hoyt self-tacking boom. The mainsail is full-battened with a single reef point. Lazy jacks keep the sail on top of the boom when lowering sail. At the mast, there are 2 sets of spreaders and a Boomkicker vang. 2 Lewmar #14 self-tailing winches on the cabin trunk are used for line control. The Harken traveler is aft of the cockpit along with a backstay adjuster. Engine & Tankage
    The engine is an inboard Yamaha 2-cylinder 15hp engine with electric start and a single lever
    throttleansmission control in the cockpit. A fresh-water flush fitting is mounted to the engine, which turns a 3-blade bronze prop through a sail-drive unit. The companionway ladder can be
    easily removed plus slide-out panels on either side of the engine make for easy access. The plastic fuel tank sits on a platform aft of the engine.
    The water tank and holding tank are both 14.5 gallon flexible bladders.
    Electronics, Electrical & Safety
    Micronet MN30 depth sounder on the cockpit bulkhead. A Tacktick Race Master has a mount at the mast base and is detachable. A Uniden UM525ES VHF plus a Garmin GPS 12
    and Weems & Plath clock are in the cabin. Sea Dog DC panel, Blue Sea AC panel and Guest ProCharge 10
    amp charger. (2)Group 27 wet-cell batteries, Marinco 30 amp shore power outlet and
    power cord. (2) Kidde fire extinguishers, (4) Type II PFDs,(3) Type IV throwables,
    The interior features a V-berth with cushions and
    storage beneath. Access to the chain locker is at the forward end of the berth. Aft on port is the head, which has a sliding door. Opposite is a storage locker. The main cabin has the galley on port side with sink and manual faucet. Above the
    starboard counter is the control panel for the electrical system. A teak dining table sets on a pedestal inside the cabin or in the cockpit. A large ice box is under the starboard
    seat, and is self-draining. The settees have storage cubbies behind and beneath. The quarter berths are 6’4″ in length and run aft under the cockpit, with storage
    beneath.
    Disclaimer The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the
    accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents,
    or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered
    subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


  3. 1970 Schock Santana

    December 6, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is a beautiful boat at a GREAT price!Canvas dodger, cockpit sunshade and winter cover. Vinyl cushions for cockpit. Roller furling. Updated interior upholstery. Repainted! U MUST SEE!!

    Equipment on Board:

    1. Anchors – (2) Danforth 12H and 20H with generous rode, plus sea anchor
    2. Safety equipment for 8 adults plus man overboard equipment
    3. Winches – 11 total – Barient (# 28’s for Genoa)
    4. Compasses – (2) – Aires Constellation and Corsair (both Danforth-White)
    5. Navigator Station – chart table and built in compass
    6. Galley – Stove – 3 burner with oven – butane
    Refrigerator
    Sink
    Head – Toilet
    Shower
    Sink
    ELECTRONICS
    VHF radio with weather channel
    AM/FM/CD player
    2 Garmin GPS


  4. 1968 Schock Santana

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Santana, Shock, 27’ sailboat, 1968, 9.9hp Honda outboard with electric start and alternator to charge 12v system. Sails are good, 2 head sails, new 13lb….. anchor, dock power hookup and cord, battery charger, 12v Coleman cooler, two batteries (one purchased 6/11), VHF radio, Hummingbird Depth finder.
    In April 2011: fresh coat of grey non- skid on the top sides, new 4 blade prop, new wind vane and spreader boots and a spreader light, some new running rigging, new Sony marine stereo with 2 speakers. Also bottom cleaned by a diver and he recommends bottom paint.
    This Santana is in great condition and excellent starter boat. It’s ready to go!
    Have a survey from 12/10

    Equipment on Board:


  5. 1976 Schock Santana

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Schock SANTANA 28, 1976, Good condition. Day Sail in Banderas Bay, Cruise the coast of Mexico and Sea of Cortez, or live aboard instead of an apartment.
    Located in La Cruz – excellent day sailing. Lessons available. Delivery available. 10,900/offers. Sorry no phone. E-mail reply may take a few days.

    Equipment on Board:

    Volvo Penta MD5A Diesel, 140% Genoa with roller furler, Solar power, propane stove, VHF radio, 800 watt inverter, head and 50 liter holding tank, ice box, automatic fresh water and manual salt water in galley.


  6. 1986 Schock Santana

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    JUST REDUCED! 20 Santana 1986 with Trailer, Tonque Extension for Launching & Screw Pads.
    Often described as follows:
    “For a boat of its size, it performs very well. It is one of the faster 20 foot keelboats and can outperform many 25 foot cruising boats.”
    “An S20 is a complex boat. It has almost the same controls as larger keelboats and is a great learning platform for younger sailors.”.
    “Santana 20’s are sailed in the open oceans of Southern California as well as inland lakes. This speaks to the flexibility and adaptability of this boat.” CODE-RICH

    Equipment on Board:

    Trailer included but willing to sell boat without trailer, call for details.


  7. 1981 Schock 36

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    A high performance cruising yacht, the Schock 36 was designed by architect Bill Cook and was built by the W.D. Schock Corp. in 1981 as a one-design cruiser/racer for the New York Yacht Club.This quality Vruiser/Racer is well equipped for both cruising and for club competition (PHRF 108). Last survey was done 2007 with no problems detected. The boat is in great condition throughout and is fully ready for sailing season.

    # Engine: Volvo Penta D1-20 inboard 3 cylinder diesel 18hp – brand new in 2006, currently less than 200 hours
    # Fresh water cooling system
    # Cruising Speed: 7.5 mph
    # 2 blades Martec “Eliptic” feathering propeller – new in 2008
    # Cockpit engine controls

    New bottom paint was just completed June, 2011. Recent upgrades include new electrical and manual bilge pumps, new Jabco marine toilet pump, new raw water filter, most of the running rigging in as new.

    A complete compliment of sails, includes full batten main, and 3 other mains, as well as 4 head sails. A new Harkin Roller furling is purchased and being installed.

    Optional extra equipment (to be negotiated if desired)

    Nissan 5HP 2-stroke outboard

    9’ 3-person Nordic inflatable

    Equipment on Board:


  8. 1969 Schock Endeavor 26

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1967 Schock Endeavor. New hatches, new paint, Custom Redwood interior!, trailer and more. Rarer than hens teeth, if you have seen one, you’ll know what this is.

    Equipment on Board:

    Project with full inventory, radio, new wiring, new Awlgrip paint,


  9. 1979 schock 525 santana

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Nissan, very little use.

    Equipment on Board:

    new sails, jib and main;
    used genoa; storm jib; spinnaker. All safety gear (life jackets, etc.); LCD tv/dvd; no trailer


  10. Schock

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    THIS BOAT HAS WON THREE NATIONALS, HAS A FANTASTIC AMOUNT OF GEAR IN ADDITION TO COMPLETE FIVE (5!!) SETS OF SAILS – SHE IS READY TO RACE ! This is a very fast boat, has won three National Championships and many other first place victories. This is a perfect boat for a racer that wants performance and a strong competitive one design fleet, while at the same time wants to be able to take his family cruising. The Schock 35 One Design fleet is competitive, fun, friendly and a great way to become the best sailor you can be.

    Equipment on Board:

    Full photos and specs at:
    www.rbyachts.com