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WD Schock Santana 2023A Tall

16 October, 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 (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 (Please include the word “Santana” in the title or it may accidentally get deleted as spam.)

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