The Santana 27 (one piece fiberglass hull and deck) was designed by Gary Mull as a cruising/racing sailboat. The keel and rudder were designed to have a low wetted surface and high lift/low drag for going-to-weather ability. Teak coamings make the cockpit unusually safe and provide comfortable backrest. The masthead sloop rig allows for a small mainsail and jib for leisurely cruising and daysailing, while the large fore-triangle will accommodate genoas and spinnakers for racing. There were 210 of these sailboats built between 1969 and 1974.
She has an inboard Yanmar diesel !!!
Easy to show in Waikiki !
|Hull Type:||Fin w/spade rudder||Rig Type:||Masthead Sloop|
|LOA:||27.04' / 8.24m||LWL:||22.50' / 6.86m|
|Beam:||9.00' / 2.74m||Listed SA:||348 ft2 / 32.33 m2|
|Draft (max.)||4.25' / 1.30m||Draft (min.)|
|Displacement:||5000 lbs./ 2268 kgs.||Ballast:||2300 lbs. / 1043 kgs.|
|Builder:||W. D. Schock Corp. (USA)|
|First Built:||1967||Last Built:||1974||# Built:||210|
|RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS KEY|
|I(IG):||33.75' / 10.29m||J:||11.25' / 3.43m|
|P:||27.50' / 8.38m||E:||11.50' / 3.51m|
|SA(Fore.):||189.84 ft2 / 17.64 m2||SA(Main):||158.13 ft2 / 14.69 m2|
|Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles):||347.97 ft2 / 32.33 m2|
|Sail Area/Disp.2:||19.10||Est. Forestay Length.:||35.58' / 10.84m|
24 Sand Island Access Road
Honolulu, HI 96819