Santana 20 Characteristics

LOA20' 2 1/2"Displacement1350 lbs.
LWL16'Ballast - Fin550 lbs.
Beam8'Ballast - Wing600 lbs.
Draft - Fin48"Sail Area186 sq. ft.
Draft - Wing32"

FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAINTAINING FAIR SAILING, THE FOLLOWING MEASUREMENTS MUST BE MAINTAINED PLUS OR MINUS 3/8 INCHES ON THE RUDDER AND KEEL:

RUDDER

The thickness of the rudder section measured down from the top edge 3 inches is 2 1/16 inches.

The thickness of the rudder section measured down from the top edge 20 inches is 1 5/8 inches.

Intentional hollowing or changing of the cross section outside of a straight line top to bottom is not allowed.

The gap between the top of the rudder and the hull and between the front edge of the rudder and the rudder post may be filled with any material provided this material does not extend out from the profile or section of the rudder.

FIN KEEL

The thickness of the keel section measured down from the hull 3 inches is 4 inches.

The thickness of the keel section measured down from the hull 20 inches is 3 3/16 inches.

Intentional hollowing or changing of the section outside of a straight line top to bottom is not allowed.

WINGED KEEL

The thickness of the keel section measured down from the hull 3 inches is 3 inches.

The thickness of the keel section measured down from the hull 16 inches is 3 inches.

The thickness of the wings measured 3 inches from the outboard tip is 2 5/8 inches.

The thickness of the wings measured 5 1/2 inches from the outboard edge is 3 inches.

Intentional hollowing or changing of the section is not allowed.

NOTE:

A hollow of 1/8 inches is permitted on a straight line top to bottom of the keel and rudder. Under no conditions may the profile of the keel or rudder be extended.

The keel and rudder may be smoothed and made fair within the following provisions:

  1. It is allowed to add material to the hull, keel, and rudder to fill depressions.