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Schock Harbor 20 Daysailer

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Boat REF# 136261
Price
This boat has been sold
LOA 20'0"
Year 2001
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Long keel
Berths 0
Engine 1 x 0hp, (unknown year)
Lying Seattle - At Our Docks

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Extra Details

Designer Steve Schock
Builder W.D Schock Boat Builders
Lying Seattle - At Our Docks
Deadrise 16-20

Mechanical

Engine 1 x 0hp
(unknown year)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Engine Cooled
Steering
Drive
Prop(s)
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded

The Harbor 20's electric motor is set up to hinge in and out of the lazarette and has at least 4 hours of running time between charges. The dual battery system is charged by a 110 volt charger.

Dimensions

LOA 20'0"
LWL 17'0"
Beam 7'0"
Draft Min 3'6"
Draft Max 3'6"
Airdraft 2'0"
Displacement 1,800.0lbs
Storage On marina

Rig

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Sloop rigged Schock Aluminium spars (2001), with stainless steel standing rigging (2001)

Sails

10% discount on sails
Mainsail Schock - Slab (2001) Lazy Jacks, 1 Reefs
Headsail Schock - Furling (2001)
Other sails Spinnaker (2001)
Spinnaker gear tick

The Harbor 20 is set up with a club boom for easy handling of the roller furling Jib. This makes the boat self tacking for those up wind legs.

The boat also has a spinnaker with all the gear.

Electrical Systems

12 volt, 2 batteries charged by: shore power

Construction

GRP Construction with Long keel underwater profile, gelcoat finish

The Schock Harbor 20 has a one-piece hull that is 100% hand laid-up fiberglass. To support the bulb keel there is a fiberglass keel grid bonded to the hull. The main bulkhead is placed forward of the keel grid and is bonded to both the keel grid and the forepeak liner.

The bulb keel is ballasted with 900 lbs. of lead encased in a fiberglass shell. Eight SS keel bolts attach the fin to the hull.

The rudder is located well aft for maximum control. It is a spade design constructed of laminated fiberglass and high-density filler.

The deck is also 100% hand laid-up fiberglass. and cored with end grain balsa to give it stiffness without adding to the weight of the boat.

Accommodation

The cockpit is large enough to seat up to eight people. The main sail cam cleat is mounted on a barney post for easy control of the main.

The cuddy design of the deck incorporates a shelf that accommodates almost all of the sail controls at the forward end of the cockpit.

Deck Gear

Sail cover tick
Warps tick
Fenders tick
Boathook tick

2hp outboard, Electric, Short Shaft (2001)

Safety Equipment

1 bilge pumps (1 manual / 1 Electric)

Date of last life raft service: 01-01-1970

Broker's Comments

The Schock Harbor 20 is a great family day sailer with an extraordinary amount of space in its cockpit. With its 900 lb. ballasted fin keel it sails like a much larger vessel. This is a family boat that is also a competive racing boat, and with her club boom and headsail roller furling she's easy to sail.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Schock Harbor 20 Daysailer has been personally photographed and viewed by Roger Drill of Boatshed Seattle. Click here for contact details.
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