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Old 24-07-2012, 09:12   #1
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What Kind of Sailboat is this?

The Syracuse, Indiana Sea Scouts has this boat. In order to best fit her with rigging, I need to know where to look. And I can't do that until I know what her make is. Can anyone help?

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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

That little silver plate just under the trim on the starboard side of the transom probably has the Hull ID number on it. If you have that, it's easy to look up.
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

There is a serial number on the starboard transom. with that number I can tell you the manufacturer, year, and hull number.
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

Lou:

Whatever it is, it is almost certainly out of production by now. Some popular out of production boats have sailmakers who support the boat with semi-production sails. You can find these by googling the boat and looking for a class association. Yes, I know you need the make of the boat to do this.

Lacking the name, or a high volume boat with support, any sailmaker can measure the rig and make up a set of sails for it.

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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

looks like a cal or a macgregor venture.... cannot see keel shape to make sure... the key is in the hin. should be imprinted on the transom.
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

looks quite clean and familiar.... santana? hmmm... maybe not. Venture? Go to Sailboatdata.com and look in that size range. The arched transom top makes me think COlumbia.. but doesnt really look like one Im familiar with....
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Old 24-07-2012, 09:33   #7
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

It has a crank center board. I haven't seen its kind before.
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I will look closer for the hull plate. Thanks
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

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I will look closer for the hull plate. Thanks
It's easy to see, I can see it in the pictures.
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Schock Santana 21?
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Schock Santana 21?
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SANTANA 21 sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
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Thanks to all who has helped me in my question. I will make arrangements to rig this boat and on Thursday, the Syracuse Sea Scouts will learn how to sail.

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Transom shape, dead giveaway. Almost bought one, once.
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Re: What Kind of Sailboat is this?

Without a doubt this is a CAL 21, built by Jensen Marine (Costa Mesa, CA and Marlboro, NJ). Designed C. William Lapworth and built from late 1969 to around 1974.
My Family owned our 1970 CAL 21 (hull # 285) for 38 years, so I'd recognize on of these beauties anywhere!

Did you find the rigging info yet?? If not, let me know and can send you needed info. (I still have a copy of the Owner's Manual!)

The CAL 21 has a retractable Keel, the winch was actually intend to be removed (cable unhooked from keel after lowering and being locked in down position), and a plug was inserted to fill in the keel slot and the opening in the cockpit sole was covered with a plywood panel.


See my avatar for a pic of our CAL 21, NODROG.
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