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Author: steve
Subject: New Santana 22 Owner
Info: (1817 views) Posted: Wednesday 7-23-08 12:10:16 PM
Hey there,

Thanks so much for the good info and feedback...much appreciated. I will follow-up with the resources you've mentioned and see where that takes me.

Again, thanks for your time and consideration.

Steve

:: Hey Steve,
::
:: I suggest checking out Steve Seal at Seal's Spars.

:: http://www.sealsspars.com/
::
:: I'm looking forward to working with him on a new
:: backstay adjuster for my boat. He came highly
:: recommended by Kame Richards at Pineapple Sails. It
:: looks like Steve has a lot of experience with S22s,
:: stocks a good deal of equipment and was incredibly
:: generous with his expertise when I called him about my
:: project last week.
::
:: Speaking of Kame, he's another great local resource. We
:: just purchased a new jib from him, and couldn't have
:: been happier with the relationship. Very informative,
:: looks like he makes a top-notch product.
::
:: Another good resource is Cass Marina over in Sausalito.
:: Rumor has it they have a big treasure trove of old S22
:: parts. I've never had good luck purchasing direct from
:: Schock -- the parts prices and shipping costs are pretty
:: lofty compared to the easy connections I've been able to
:: make locally.
::
:: Good luck!

:: C
::
:: :: Hello there,
:: ::
:: :: I recently purchased a 1966 Santana 22...
:: ::
:: :: The boat needs lots of work so I'm hoping to connect
:: :: with any groups, individuals or other reliable resources
:: :: to ask questions and bounce ideas off of.
:: ::
:: :: Any information, suggestions and or advise would be
:: :: greatly appreciated.
:: ::
:: :: Thanks so much,
:: ::
:: :: Steve

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