2019 Western Regional Championship

Great sailing on Klamath Lake at Klamath Yacht Club with 9 Boats.

The racing was very close after the first day of racing the top 5 boats point were 1st 8 - 2nd 9 - 3rd 10 - 4th 12 - 5th 15. and there was a tie for 5th.

Going into the last race on Sunday it was still a very close race for the top three spots. with the final out come:

1st Gordon Mattatall

2nd Russ Peterson

3rd Paul Stephens

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Tired of the wet and cold??

Come on over to Arizona to dry out your boats and mix it up with the 6-8 Santana's that will be racing this season at Lake Pleasant.  We also have several boats that have new skippers and could use some spinnaker handling help.


Racing starts at 12:30pm Saturday and then 9:00am Sunday.  Leave your boat at the gated  mast up storage for $80/month + and she is ready to roll within minutes.  Just hank on the sails and GO. .  


Pleasant is fresh clean water surrounded by desert mountains.  There are 2 marinas and 3 launch sites.  The rest of the lake is in her natural state.  Food, Gas, and Showers are all available.  Park entrance is $6 + $2 for a watercraft.  Keep your boat here and the entry fee is waived. 


Best Regards


S20 167  Jewel




2018 Columbus Day Regatta

Five demanding races on Saturday in Yaquina Bay, Oregon. With gusts over 25 kts, a mast was lost, some rig damage on others. There was the occasional broach, with three different boats having to stop to get a crew member back in the boat. However, it was sunny.

Sunday was gray with the wind a much more manageable (and appreciated) 8-10 kts; so the current from the 7ft. tide shift ruled tactics. It also lead to two boats being briefly grounded trying to hug a little too close to the southern shore. As the wind died and eventually shut off, the third race was abandoned as some of us were about the set an anchor to avoid being carried back out past the breakwater.

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1st place - Ron Fish on Giddy up with Jack Thomas (left) Rob Moline (right)

2nd Place - Paul Stephens on Aquila With Lyle Mayer (left) Paul Timm (right)

2nd Place - Paul Stephens on Aquila With Lyle Mayer (left) Paul Timm (right)

3rd Place: Michael Tieman on Wild Rover with Andy Bailey (left) Eric Redmond (right)

3rd Place: Michael Tieman on Wild Rover with Andy Bailey (left) Eric Redmond (right)

Class notice of change to By Laws

Current Santana 20 Class Members,

At the Annual Class Meeting held at the 2017 Nationals, it was discussed
to change some of the class rules. The Board listened and attached you
will find the text for rule changes as discussed at the last executive

The Board is conducting an email vote of all current class members. 

You will need to respond to class secretary Jim Bogner by email
(readyjimm@gmail.com ) before Sept. 1st 2018
at 4PM MST. You will need to let Jim know if you are in favor or against
each of the three changes. 

Any changes approved by a simple majority of responses will take effect
immediately Before the 2019 Class Championship Regatta.
Rule Change click here