Signature Yachts, Inc.
Signature Yachts, Inc.
The Harbor 20 is the Quintessential Daysailor built by the W.D. Schock corporation of Corona, California. Builder of over 13,000 boats since 1946, this model is also designed by Steve Schock. The self tending jib on the hoyt boom coupled with a large mainsail with lazy jacks make this boat very easy to sail with up to 8 people in it's spacious and comfortable cockpit. There are over 140 of these boats sailing in Newport Harbor, California and there are active fleets in Annapolis, Newport, Santa Barbara and San Diego. We're currently building a fleet here in the Pacific Northwest. Easy to sail with both performance and comfort in mind, this boat appeals to both beginners and experienced sailors alike! There's an extensive list of gear available so you can have this boat as simple or as complex as you like. Each one is custom built to your personal specifications. These boats are premium quality and often become family heirlooms. Give us a call to see and sail the Harbor 20.
|Hull Shape||Monohull||Beam||7 ft|
|Max Draft||3 ft 6 in||Dry Weight||1800 lb|
|Max Seating Capacity||8||Engine Make||Torqueedo|
|Length at Waterline||17 ft 2 in||Length Overall||20 ft|
|Number of Engines||1|
IJPE : 220.75 sq ft
I : 25.75 ft
J : 7.00 ft
P : 26.00 ft
E : 10.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 232.00 sq ft
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|
|While the Harbor 20 presents a graceful shearline counter, its underbody and rig make for a fast and easily handled contemporary daysailer. The result is a competitive, cost effective, and easy-to-use boat. With good stability and loads of conveniences, the Harbor 20 can be rigged in minutes and sailed single-handedly or with a group. The 20's accommodating cockpit holds up to eight persons. Deep coamings provide comfortable back support. Two removable ice chests are tucked in just under the deck. All halyards and lines are led below the deck. They lead to the Harken hardware mounted on a shelf at the aft edge of the cuddy cabin. This design keeps the deck clean and simplifies sail control. The self-tacking Hoyt club boom and the roller furling gear eliminate much of the jib sail handling. The club boom will also act as a vang, holding out the jib when running wing-and-wing. The fully battened mainsail is also easily dealt with as lazy jacks are rigged for easy furling on the main boom. The Harbor 20's 900 lb. torpedo-like bulb keel keeps the weight low in the water. This keel design gives the boat plenty of stability in heavy winds without slowing it down in light air. W.D. Schock builds the Harbor 20 to one-design class rules. As an option, Schock offers CopperPoxy non-sloughing bottom coating sprayed into the hull mold. It reduces annual bottom maintenance to a simple wipe-down. This copper-based, environmentally friendly barrier is carried in an epoxy binder which resists osmosis. The bottom finish does not deteriorate when hauled out for winter storage.|
New 2015 Model Harbor 20#375 In Stock (Seattle) and Equipped as Follows:
MSRP on this hull is $41,534 As Equipped but now Summer Sale Clearance Priced!
Standard Equipment including Automatic 12v bilge pump, jib outhaul, jib winger, mast hinge, jib downhaul, halyard hammock, lifting eyes, block foam floatation, pop up mooring cleats, boom crutch, ensign and staff, windex, tiller extension, tiller lock box, 12v electric system with battery switch panel and nav lights port/stbd/aft
Plus the following factory options
Merlot (Burgandy) Gelcoated Hull Color
White Waterline Stripe
Gold Cove Stripe
White Non-Skid Deck
Black Bottom Paint
Spinnaker pipes underdeck (for future optional spin gear)
Torqueedo 1003 Motor and Electrical System
Bow mooring chockes
C-Foam Cockpit Cushions
Elliott Pattison Mainsail