Sail Area 185 sq. ft..
The boat has been dry sailed for the last 14 years on Dallas-area lakes, Canyon Lake and Lake Travis. This is a great sailing boat with a fast gelcoat hull -- no bottom paint. Almost all of the running rigging, including blocks, traveler and cleats were replaced this year and the layout upgraded to the latest recommendations. At the same time I removed and rebedded hardware and deck fittings. Mast step has been upgraded.
The boat has keel plates for hoisting via a crane, it was crane launched for a good part of itís life and is now trailer launched. Included is a good, roadworthy trailer that makes launching quick and easy using a strap and front wheel setup. Trailer tires are about 5 years old with perhaps 400 miles on them.
The interior paint is flaking, a common issue on Santana 20s. I have not scraped and repainted it yet.
Sails include a nearly-new spinnaker (two regattas), with turtle bag and companionway launch bag; a nice main; an older back-up main with reefing points for heavy air, a jib and a 135 that I got this year. I like the 135 over a 150 as I sail with a light crew of two or three and find it is easier to keep the boat flat and moving, instead of being overpowered and heeling. I race with these sails and have done well with them this summer at our club in PHRF.
It is ready to go and needs nothing. This past month I bought another boat to race one design at our club and will be concentrating on it for awhile, so I decided to sell this one.