The Santana 37 Hull Roster is running a list of information about the 20 other Santana 37s. As I discover little bits of history I will add it here. If you have any information to add or share, please reach out!
Also, if you find something here that is inaccurate please let me know so that I can get it corrected.
Starting Point and Original Data
The information that I used to start the list below comes from a print titled “Santana 37 and 39 Owners Information Network Database“. This document was provided to me by Mike Currie, the prior owner of Destiny II.
The document was dated Nov 21, 1998. Since the document is 20 years old, I have omitted the owner contact information for privacy and kept only boat names and locations below.
If you are involved in a research project of your own and want to see a copy or dig deeper just reach out to me.
According to wikipedia, there were 21 Santana 37s manufactured between 1969 and 1972. One interesting thing to note is the reference document that I used to produce this list also has data for a hull number 24. Not sure if the count is correct on wikipedia or the twenty year old owners list. Right now I have hull #24 flagged for verification and hopefully other owners will find this page and provide more information.
In addition to hull number 24, the document also had some other Santana 37 names that could not be linked to hull numbers.
For now, I’m calling this “Orphan Data”. As more information comes to light I will update the table below.
The Santana 37 Hull Roster Orphans are listed here:
- Hetaira (Listed in the source document as Hull #24 – need to confirm, prior name may have been “Valentino”, Home port of Long Beach, has a racing history)
- Amateur Hour (Known to be with Vallejo Yacht club at one time)
- Meltemi (Last Known Location is Hawaii)
- Satin Doll (Satin Doll won a Vic Maui race)
The Santana 37 Hull Roster:
|Hull Number||Known Names
|Last Known Geographical Area||Other Notes|
|Long Beach, CA||Centurian competed in the 1975 Transpac race|
|2||Destiny II||Puget Sound, WA||Destiny II competed in the 1970 Transpac race, she is also pictured on the cover of the WD Schock Sales Brochure for the S37|
|Redwood City, CA|
|17||Nite Train||Possibly owned by Bill Schock|
|18||Possible Dream||Santa Barbara, CA||Placed second overall on corrected time in the 1990 single handed Transpac race.|
|21||Lanakila||Honolulu, HA||Boat was noted to have impressive racing and big game fishing (Ahi, Ono, Marlin) contest history.|
Add to The Hull Roster
Please reach out if you are aware of any Santana 37 history that should be added here. The easiest way is to simply leave a comment below. You can also contact me directly if you like.