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  1. 1979 WD Schock Santana

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is a great racer cruiser that I sailed to Hawaii from San Diego. I’m Planning on Sailing it back to Washington and back down the coast to California. If I’m not able to sell I will keep sailing. I’m asking a fraction of the price of boat and am realistic and firm on price. I will take payments in Physical gold or silver or cash. This is a documented vessel named Zeitgeist

    Equipment on Board:

    Roller furler, CQR, 180ft chain (needed in reef), danforth, autopilot, huge sail inventory, rod rigging(2 years) New backstay 1month on it, rebuilt motor with 50 hours on it with receipts for parts.


  2. 1982 WD Schock New York 36

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Schock 36 New York asking $35,000
    LOCATED: San Diego, CA

    Posted By Rene Savalle, rsavalle@hotmail.com, Telephone: (# removed)

    PRICE: $35,000

    Year: Built 1982 First registered 1982
    Hull Material: Fiberglass
    Engine: Single Diesel
    Builder/Designer
    Builder: W.D Schock Designer: W. Cook
    Dimensions
    LOA: 36’ LWL: 29’ 6” Beam: 11’ 8”
    Displacement: 10,500# Draft: 6 4” Ballast: 4,200#
    Engine
    Engine: Volvo Penta HP: 13 Engine Model # MD7A
    Cruising Speed: 7 knots Max Speed: 9 knots
    Tankage
    Fuel: 20 Gal Water: 20 Gal Holding Tank: 6 Gal
    “Sorcerer” has undergone a complete re-fit. This included, but was not limited to:
    • Deck refinished with LP and new non-skid surface put in place (09)
    • Interior completely refinished with paint an varnish (09)
    • Cabin sole and ladder varnished with non-skid surface (09)
    • All new electrical system including AC power panel, all LED lighting (both white and red), night light system throughout the vessel (08)
    • Extensive refit of pluming systems including new hoses, new bilge pumps (2), pressurized fresh water system, manual salt water system (08)
    • Head equipped with selectable fresh or salt water flush (09)
    • New upholstery throughout (07)
    • Bottom barrier coated and painted (11/08)
    • Fuel polishing installed (09)
    • 2 new batteries installed (09)
    • Automatic “fresh water” engine flushing system installed (09)

    Equipment on Board:

    Galley
    • 2 burner LPG stove with oven (new (09))
    • Manual salt water system
    • Automatic, pressurized fresh water system, including hull fitting with regulator
    • Ice Box
    Electrical
    • 2 Battery bank with selector switch (new 09)
    • AC power panel (new 09)
    • Guest 40A multiphase battery charger
    • 30A shore power
    • All LED lighting on interior and running lights
    • Engine compartment blower (new 09)
    Electronics
    • TillerMaster auto-pilot
    • (2) Contest 130 compasses on bulkhead
    • VHF radio
    • Stereo radio/tape player with interior and cockpit speakers
    • Sailcomp 103 digital compass
    • Signet instruments (wind, speed and depth)
    • Electronic Tank monitor and alarm. Monitors fuel, Fresh water and holding tank (09)
    • Garmin GPS
    Deck Equipment
    • Anchor with chain and 300’ rode
    • Man over board pole with horseshoe life ring
    • LED navigation lights
    • Search Light
    • 11 life jacketsjay.cavalieri@itt.com
    • All necessary Coast Guard required safety devices (fire extinguishers (2), flares (out-of-date), flare gun (new flares 7/09).
    Sails and Rigging
    • Like new, North Sail Kevlar Main, #2 and #3
    • Like new, ½ oz. and ¾ oz Tri-Radial Head Spinnaker
    • Excellent condition drifter and #1
    • New, NS-3DL #1
    • NEW, 1.5 oz. Asymmetric Spinnaker
    • Excellent condition Carbon Fiber Main sail
    • Light and heavy spinnaker sheets
    • Cross Lead spinnaker Halyards
    • Coarse & Fine main-sheet controls
    • Manual back-stay adjuster
    • Manual Boom Vang
    • Rod Rigging
    • Spinnaker pole
    • (6) winches (all serviced 09)
    • (2) Self Tailing winches (all serviced 09)
    • Running Back Stays
    • All deck hardware removed, serviced and re-installed (09)
    • Tiller with Tiller extension
    Mechanical
    • Volvo Penta MD7A diesel
    • Martec folding propeller


  3. 1965 wd schock Tartan 27 S&S designed sloop

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Classic well loved Sparkman and Stephens designed cruising sloop
    WD Schock west coast built with ply core, not balsa core deck for longevity. Also oversized stainless chainplates on the bulkheads. Shallow draft for trailering and shallows.
    Major refit- replaced- sails, all rigging ,lines lead aft, marlon thru hulls and valves,exhaust and wiring and tank, lighting, winches,harken furler, etc. 13 k invested in refit, 14 ph kubota 2 cylinder diesel runs excellent. trailer available. 9700 including trailer. or 8500 without trailer. call (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    barlow 20 winches, harken furler, 2 sails excellent condition. Kubota diesel ,dodger


  4. 2008 WD Schock Santana 2023X

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This boat was created to be the best shoal draft, performance racer/cruiser, capable, affordable and trailerable sailboat available. This is what you would create if you had the time to take an existing hull form with an attractive deck and make a modern, sea-kindly, trailerable, performance racer/cruiser. This boat is NOT a jury-rigged Santana; it is a completely updated boat with a modern sail plan and systems to keep her light and fast. This boat is a Sport Boat when you want to race with your buds and can be sailed with your family where you seek out a quiet cove for the kids to swim. It’s a powerful performer, yet possible to cruise single-handed with ease.

    This boat was last sailed on the Chesapeake Bay, November 2011. It is a Sport Boat, as determined by the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association, and holds a current PHRF certificate. Still, it has a lovely, clean, open, cutty cabin with galley and head, has outstanding shoal draft capabilities, has excellent performance upwind and down, and is very capable for lake, bay and near shore sailing. This boat has received extensive attention to detail during its five years of updating and reconfiguration (concurrent with sail trials, races and adventure cruising) to be an outstanding example of a very capable, easily-trailerable, racer/cruiser. This boat will outperform and out shine all others in her class. This boat can win races, or just be the very first to the anchorage. Outside, she has a aft-raked, fractional, Grand Prix rig, fresh mylar laminate sails (including a flat top main and 104% roller furling jib – both always rolled), a removable bow sprit, a large asymmetrical spinnaker, dual running backstays, wide walk-around decks, cockpit cushions and a folding bimini. Inside, this boat sleeps four, has excellent cushions in the v-berth and quarter berths, a cooler and a resounding MP-3 four-speaker stereo. Full-sized bicycles stow in the quarter berths. This boat is only offered for sale because the Seller plans to use a multihull with its larger deck to train Sea Scouts.

    Equipment on Board:

    Large Grand Prix laminate mainsail with full length battens, custom cars and three deep slab reefs, excellent, 2008; 104% laminate jib, excellent, 2008; fresh asymmetric spinnaker; removable bow sprit with Spectra stays; moveable, variable water ballast for powerful righting moment; unique gravity water ballast transfer system used prior to tacking (15 seconds); Spectra running backs; excellent condition all systems, parts, finishes and cushions; completely optimized for performance racing/cruising – all systems and components updated to 21st century sailboat designs; premium foam core construction, Spectra halyards and lifelines; Raymarine electronics: GPS chartplotter, dual wind instruments, depth, speed, ST-1000 autopilot; excellent trailer; canvas covers; insect screens; 2008 6HP Nissan 4-stroke; many safety upgrades; numerous structural, performance enhancements and weight reductions; bright cabin with galley and head with privacy curtain; cooler/bench; custom NACA 0012 rudder and centerboard; shoal draft 20″; people that see this boat are amazed; $34,000 in materials to build (receipts to prove it); 1,000 hours labor; faster than most 40 foot cruising monohulls and faster than J-24; PHRF 153 144(NS); custom electrical system with AGM battery and solar charge controller; 100% LED lighting inside and out; lightweight, reliable composite chain plates; 14# Delta anchor with 220′ of 7/16″ rode (black); 32′ aluminum mast, custom; roller furling jib, Facnor; roller furling main, custom; single-handed mast raising and lowering system; search YouTube for Santana 2023X; leave phone message – due to my job I can be out of phone range for 48 hours; email ok; references available to verify what I offer here is real and exactly how I’ve described. There’s nothing like this boat in its class…I’ve looked.


  5. WD Schock Santana 2023A Tall

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    My 23 ½ foot 1994 Santana 2023A-Tall mast has extremely low hours (40), has never been raced, and always sailed in fresh water. It is very easy to setup, sail, and take down by one person or a crew. The water ballast (hull #102) and swing keel makes it easy to tow to your favorite waters with a smaller size vehicle than most other sailboats its size and also comes equipped with surge brake on the modified factory trailer. Included are factory North Sails, 30′ Tall mast, a 1998 Johnson 9.9hp Sailmaster 4-stroke electric start outboard with a genuine four blade “Mickey Mouse Ear” prop, a long 25” shaft with less than 15 hours, a mini-galley, head, radio, Garmin plotter, refrigerator, and many more items. The 1994 Hull #102 was used as a “show-and-tell” sailboat only. It was not used in the water until I purchased it new in 1998. The outboard was purchased new in 1998. As a technician by trade, my intentions were to make my sailboat easier to use in my retirement days and to upgrade items to provide long life, durability, and ease of use. This even includes designing a crane to lift the outboard motor on and off. For most details of modifications, see my website at http://76.235.121.46/webcaptain/Index.htm (The site address is case sensitive. Please use capitol “I” for the word “Index”). Everything here is available for $11,999. Feel free to inquire about anything by either calling my house at #(# removed) or emailing me at webcaptain1@yahoo.com. (Please include the word “Santana” in the title or it may accidentally get deleted as spam.)

    Equipment on Board:

    (See Description)


  6. 2005 WD Schock Wavelength 24

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Wavelength 24 was originally designed by Paul Lindenberg to the MORC rule. A huge masthead rig makes the WL24 an awesome performer in all wind and sea conditions. The cockpit of the new WL24 is 20 inches longer than the cockpit of the original design and the sides have been rounded to make it easier for the crew to transfer from side to side

    Equipment on Board:

    3.5 hp Tohotsu. 2011: New epoxy bottom. New paint. New carbo foil. New set of sails. New floor.


  7. 1965 WD Schock Lido 14

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Lido 14 Daysailer with trailer. Trailer has been repainted with new tires and wiring.
    Two sets of sails. All wood including the center board has been refinished epoxy coating. Physical injury has ended my sailing days.

    Equipment on Board:

    Two sails and all sails in bag. Most lines have been replaced.


  8. 1982 WD Schock New York 36

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Schock 36 New York asking $35,000
    LOCATED: San Diego, CA

    Posted By Rene Savalle, rsavalle@hotmail.com, Telephone: (# removed)

    PRICE: $35,000

    Year: Built 1982 First registered 1982
    Hull Material: Fiberglass
    Engine: Single Diesel
    Builder/Designer
    Builder: W.D Schock Designer: W. Cook
    Dimensions
    LOA: 36’ LWL: 29’ 6” Beam: 11’ 8”
    Displacement: 10,500# Draft: 6 4” Ballast: 4,200#
    Engine
    Engine: Volvo Penta HP: 13 Engine Model # MD7A
    Cruising Speed: 7 knots Max Speed: 9 knots
    Tankage
    Fuel: 20 Gal Water: 20 Gal Holding Tank: 6 Gal
    “Sorcerer” has undergone a complete re-fit. This included, but was not limited to:
    • Deck refinished with LP and new non-skid surface put in place (09)
    • Interior completely refinished with paint an varnish (09)
    • Cabin sole and ladder varnished with non-skid surface (09)
    • All new electrical system including AC power panel, all LED lighting (both white and red), night light system throughout the vessel (08)
    • Extensive refit of pluming systems including new hoses, new bilge pumps (2), pressurized fresh water system, manual salt water system (08)
    • Head equipped with selectable fresh or salt water flush (09)
    • New upholstery throughout (07)
    • Bottom barrier coated and painted (11/08)
    • Fuel polishing installed (09)
    • 2 new batteries installed (09)
    • Automatic “fresh water” engine flushing system installed (09)

    Equipment on Board:

    Galley
    • 2 burner LPG stove with oven (new (09))
    • Manual salt water system
    • Automatic, pressurized fresh water system, including hull fitting with regulator
    • Ice Box
    Electrical
    • 2 Battery bank with selector switch (new 09)
    • AC power panel (new 09)
    • Guest 40A multiphase battery charger
    • 30A shore power
    • All LED lighting on interior and running lights
    • Engine compartment blower (new 09)
    Electronics
    • TillerMaster auto-pilot
    • (2) Contest 130 compasses on bulkhead
    • VHF radio
    • Stereo radio/tape player with interior and cockpit speakers
    • Sailcomp 103 digital compass
    • Signet instruments (wind, speed and depth)
    • Electronic Tank monitor and alarm. Monitors fuel, Fresh water and holding tank (09)
    • Garmin GPS
    Deck Equipment
    • Anchor with chain and 300’ rode
    • Man over board pole with horseshoe life ring
    • LED navigation lights
    • Search Light
    • 11 life jacketsjay.cavalieri@itt.com
    • All necessary Coast Guard required safety devices (fire extinguishers (2), flares (out-of-date), flare gun (new flares 7/09).
    Sails and Rigging
    • Like new, North Sail Kevlar Main, #2 and #3
    • Like new, ½ oz. and ¾ oz Tri-Radial Head Spinnaker
    • Excellent condition drifter and #1
    • New, NS-3DL #1
    • NEW, 1.5 oz. Asymmetric Spinnaker
    • Excellent condition Carbon Fiber Main sail
    • Light and heavy spinnaker sheets
    • Cross Lead spinnaker Halyards
    • Coarse & Fine main-sheet controls
    • Manual back-stay adjuster
    • Manual Boom Vang
    • Rod Rigging
    • Spinnaker pole
    • (6) winches (all serviced 09)
    • (2) Self Tailing winches (all serviced 09)
    • Running Back Stays
    • All deck hardware removed, serviced and re-installed (09)
    • Tiller with Tiller extension
    Mechanical
    • Volvo Penta MD7A diesel
    • Martec folding propeller