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Santana 22 Nationals 2014
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Why a Santana 22?
If you are looking for competitive one design racing on the San Francisco Bay at a fraction of the cost of other fleets, the Santana 22 is your boat. The Santana 22 is a 50 year old design that was conceived expressly for sailing on the bay. The class currently maintains an active racing schedule participating in the YRA One Design Class Association series in addition to several other races. Our sailors range from some of the best in the bay to those who are just getting started in racing.
Santana 22s are the cheapest way to get into one design racing. Race ready boats are commonly found for sale at less than $2,000. Strict one design rules keep costs on sails and rigging down while maintaining a tight fleet. The Santana 22 is also an extremely safe and forgiving boat to sail.
New boats are also available from the manufacturer, WD Schock. For more information on new boats and Santana 22 history, go to the WD Schock website
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