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Harbor 20

Harbor 20

The Harbor-20 is the Classic Modern Daysailer:

Steve Schock of the W. D. Schock Corporation blended the classic beauty of a traditional daysailer with state-of-the-art marine technology in 1997 when the first Harbor-20 was built in Southern California. The boat was specifically designed as a comfortable daysailer and one-design club racer using guidelines from four experienced elder statesmen of offshore racing. The result is a competitive, cost effective, and easy-to-use boat that will always be in style.

Comfortable Cruiser:

The Harbor-20’s accommodating cockpit holds up to six adults comfortably and no one needs to sit on the rail to balance the boat, or duck under the boom when tacking. Deep coamings provide comfortable back support and two easily accessible ice chests quickly render your favorite refreshment.

Competitive Racing:

The Harbor-20’s 900 lb bulb keel keeps the weight low in the water with very good stability in a stiff breeze without slowing the boat down in light air. The boat’s excellent performance makes it a natural club racer.  Each boat is built to conform to written and established tight one-design class rules.

Control Panel:

All halyards and control lines led below the deck to the Harken hardware mounted on a shelf at the aft edge of the cuddy cabin. This sensible design keeps the deck clean and simplifies sail control.

Jib Boom:

The self-tacking Hoyt jib boom makes short tacking up the bay very easy even with inexperienced crew. Also, the jib Roller Furler deploys or furls the jib in seconds making sailing simpler and safer.


The Harbor-20 was designed with simplicity in mind and a competitive spirit at heart. Sailing upwind, the roller-furling fractional head sail and self tacking jib boom make things simple.  Downwind, when running

wing-and-wing, the jib boom acts as a vang, effortlessly holding out the jib. The full-battened main sail furls neatly on the boom via lazy jacks. Finally, the control panel just behind the mast is centralized convenience for line handling.

Fleet Captain: Brian Anderson

Email: bcanderson1647@gmail.com