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Catalina 22 vs Starwind 223 vs Laguna Windrose 22

  • Thread starter mrudman850
  • Start date Sep 14, 2015
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Have gotten approval to upgrade from a 18' Buccaneer to a 22' boat on my mooring in Plymouth MA. Looking at Catalina 22, Starwind 223 and Laguna Windrose 22. I currently pull my Buccaneer 180 with a Subaru Outback. I'm looking for comments, recommendations, cautions and biased opinions of all kinds. Thanks.  

JohnVTX

A great and balanced boat is a Sirius 21/22  

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Looking at the specs on all three boats the Windrose is larger for overnighting, Having owned a Catalina 22 for all most 25 years I will tell you that the years from 86 to 92 is what is called the “new model, it is well thought out for overnighting and is overall heavier than the other two and will take the waves and wind, the earlier years are faster because of the weight being 900 lbs lighter. Of all three boats the Catalina is still made and all of the replacement parts are still supported. A 22 foot boat, make sure a good trailer comes with the boat. Then it comes down to the nicest boat with the most stuff.  

Bad Obsession

Bad Obsession

Take a look at the Compac 23. They are built by the Hutchinson Company and they have been built almost the same for 30 years. They have a fixed shoal draft but you can still get them on the trailer. This means you don't have to worry about moving parts under the water as well. The layout is great. The V berth is a good size for a 23. It has good accommodations for a boat this size.  

walt

A Subaru Outback was mentioned. All of the boats mentioned are going to be WAY heavier on the trailer than what you have been towing - maybe a factor of 3X. My .02.. if you look at those larger boats, you will also have to look at a larger tow vehicle.  

AaronD

walt said: A Subaru Outback was mentioned. All of the boats mentioned are going to be WAY heavier on the trailer than what you have been towing - maybe a factor of 3X. My .02.. if you look at those larger boats, you will also have to look at a larger tow vehicle. Click to expand

The compac 23 is a similar boat to the Starwind 223 but with cheaper cabin trim and finishes. The 223 has an interior carpeted hull and extensive wood trim with a galley and hanging locker. We have a 1985 Starwind 223 which is our trips boat. We Have done the Florida Keys, Florida's West Coast, Long Island Sound, Cheaspeake Bay, Potomac River, The Outerbanks and some inland lakes. We trailer the boat to distant sailing venues usually for a two weeks trip in the area. The boat is a Jim tailor design with a short fixed, ballasted keel and a center board. We have done two couple trips with very, very good friends and we have been comfortable. We have sailed into Mystic Connecticut under conditions that had 32' boats pinned down for weather. We were pinned down ourselves in Okracoke and in Tangier Island, which we made just ahead of small craft warnings posting. After crossing Plum Gut in the Long Island Sound we developed a lot of confidence for this little boat and she has not let us down yet. We power it with a two stroke Nissan 9.8HP. The boat is heavy for its class and the whole load trailers at around 3800 lbs. which might be over the maximum for your Outback. Since we trailer long distances we use a Navigator as a tow vehicle but if you only intend to do short distances at slow speeds you might be able to do it with the Outback. With the short fixed keel of 1.2' it does require a slightly steep ramp to launch and retrieve. Allow for an increased trailering load as you pull the boat up the inclined plane. Our trailer does have a tongue extension which we have used just a couple of times. Just power slowly out of the ramp as to not hurt the tow vehicle. Sailed a Catalina 22' once and I thought it was a good trailerable boat but felt a lot lighter than the S223. No experience with the Laguna.  

Jackdaw

Benny17441 said: The compac 23 is a similar boat to the Starwind 223 but with cheaper cabin trim and finishes. The 223 has an interior carpeted hull and extensive wood trim with a galley and hanging locker. We have a 1985 Starwind 223 which is our trips boat. We Have done the Florida Keys, Florida's West Coast, Long Island Sound, Cheaspeake Bay, Potomac River, The Outerbanks and some inland lakes. We trailer the boat to distant sailing venues usually for a two weeks trip in the area. The boat is a Jim tailor design with a short fixed, ballasted keel and a center board. We have done two couple trips with very, very good friends and we have been comfortable. We have sailed into Mystic Connecticut under conditions that had 32' boats pinned down for weather. We were pinned down ourselves in Okracoke and in Tangier Island, which we made just ahead of small craft warnings posting. After crossing Plum Gut in the Long Island Sound we developed a lot of confidence for this little boat and she has not let us down yet. We power it with a two stroke Nissan 9.8HP. The boat is heavy for its class and the whole load trailers at around 3800 lbs. which might be over the maximum for your Outback. Since we trailer long distances we use a Navigator as a tow vehicle but if you only intend to do short distances at slow speeds you might be able to do it with the Outback. With the short fixed keel of 1.2' it does require a slightly steep ramp to launch and retrieve. Allow for an increased trailering load as you pull the boat up the inclined plane. Our trailer does have a tongue extension which we have used just a couple of times. Just power slowly out of the ramp as to not hurt the tow vehicle. Sailed a Catalina 22' once and I thought it was a good trailerable boat but felt a lot lighter than the S223. No experience with the Laguna. Click to expand

I'm new to the list, but wanted to add another boat to consideration. I bought a Rhodes 22 this summer, upgrading from the 'other' Buccaneer 18 (a fast dingy formerly made by Chrysler). My dock neighbor has an older Compac 23 which he also uses to cruise Lake Erie (haven't met him yet, scuttlebutt is he does a couple 3-4 day trips a year). My criteria was convenient reservoir day sailing and a couples weekender that could be trailered to the great lakes. Large cockpit for the reservoir, easy fore deck access, single handling friendly, able to handle shallow water and a real head were on my list. In mast furling has proven wonderful for short sails. I lack time to both sail and repair, so I chose a factory rebuild. After half a season, I have no regrets. I will upgrade to a bigger tow vehicle, your Subaru would be too small as well.  

srust58

We looked at a Starwind 223 back in 1985 and I thought the build quality was very good but did not care for the interior layout and lack of a true poptop for headroom. We bought a Siruis 22 instead. We spend 2-3 weeks at a time cruising our boat on the Great Lakes and we love the interior layout and poptop cabin. As for the Catalina there are a few versions of this boat so not sure what one you are looking at. Tell us what your intentions are. Are you using it for daysailing and weekending or do you plan longer trips? Interior layout may not be that important if you spend limited time overnight. How often will you trailer the boat? If you keep it on a mooring and only trailer it twice a year and the beginning and end of the season you can always borrow or rent a tow vehicle. Why saddle yourself with a larger vehicle if it is not really needed? IMO if you are towing longer distances (100's of miles) you need a vehicle rated for 5000 lbs to comfortable tow these boats that come in at 3400-3800 lbs including the trailer.  

Jackdaw said: All true and good info except for the designer. Cortland Streck Click to expand

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As I use to tell my customers, there are many boats out there but look at the ones that will meet your needs and then if you like a boat very much, then buy it as most often you will tend to keep that boat for a long time. It is good many are giving you their opinions. If you intend to pull or trailer all the time, that will make a difference on your selection. For example a wing keel is harder to launch and thus you will need to know your ramps. IF you decide on a Catalina 22 swing keel, purchase the Catalina 22 Sport trailer as it was designed by Ron Frisosky with me there as to a nearly perfect trailer for that but do get it with brakes.  

rgranger

Al Cole said: I'm new to the list, but wanted to add another boat to consideration. I bought a Rhodes 22 this summer, upgrading from the 'other' Buccaneer 18 (a fast dingy formerly made by Chrysler). My dock neighbor has an older Compac 23 which he also uses to cruise Lake Erie (haven't met him yet, scuttlebutt is he does a couple 3-4 day trips a year). My criteria was convenient reservoir day sailing and a couples weekender that could be trailered to the great lakes. Large cockpit for the reservoir, easy fore deck access, single handling friendly, able to handle shallow water and a real head were on my list. In mast furling has proven wonderful for short sails. I lack time to both sail and repair, so I chose a factory rebuild. After half a season, I have no regrets. I will upgrade to a bigger tow vehicle, your Subaru would be too small as well. Click to expand

Got a close up look at a Starwind 223 and am smitten! Seems to be a much better use of space and storage than the Catalina 22 to this novice sailor. Anything I should look at critically before taking a leap?  

A funny thing, but one thing that I don't like about smaller boats is that the V-berth comes to a sharp point. It can be uncomfortable, especially if you are sharing it. Having a wide foot at the V-berth is nice. The Compac 23 has a very nice v-berth for a 23 foot boat. I have cruised mine for as many as 8 days and it is okay for that. In all seriousness, if you can swing it, get a bigger boat. Take a look at the Hunter 260 or the Catalina 250. They were water ballast boats and where they have their issues, they are light to tow, easier to launch, and they have nice cabins.  

mrudman850 said: Got a close up look at a Starwind 223 and am smitten! Seems to be a much better use of space and storage than the Catalina 22 to this novice sailor. Click to expand

Daveinet

If you want to go light weight and fast, find an RL 24. The boat weighs 1600 lbs. Weighed in on the trailer with all my junk at 2700 lbs. One thing about the RL is that with a swing keel, the boat sits very low on the trailer. This means less wind resistance. The weight is low, so it handles very well on the road. Ironically, except for on a steep hill, this boat tows much easier than my previous 17 foot American Fiberglass, which only weighed 900 lbs. The AF 17 had the weighted keel below the boat, which meant on the trailer, it stuck up in the wind, which made it pull very hard. Besides, if you are towing with an Outback, shouldn't you be sailing Australia's favorite trailer sailor.  

mrudman850 said: Got a close up look at a Starwind 223 and am smitten! Seems to be a much better use of space and storage than the Catalina 22 to this novice sailor. Anything I should look at critically before taking a leap? Click to expand

Sumner

Bad Obsession said: ....In all seriousness, if you can swing it, get a bigger boat. Take a look at the Hunter 260 or the Catalina 250. They were water ballast boats and where they have their issues, they are light to tow, easier to launch, and they have nice cabins. Click to expand
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Windrose 22

Windrose 22 is a 21 ′ 7 ″ / 6.6 m monohull sailboat designed by W. Shad Turner and built by Laguna Yachts between 1977 and 1987.

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The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

Similar to LAGUNA 22 and BALBOA 22. A fixed keel version was also available. Thanks to Donnie Redmond for providing photo.

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Basic specs., sailing characteristics.

This section covers widely used rules of thumb to describe the sailing characteristics. Please note that even though the calculations are correct, the interpretation of the results might not be valid for extreme boats.

What is Capsize Screening Formula (CSF)?

The capsize screening value for Windrose 22 is 2.43, indicating that this boat would not be accepted to participate in ocean races.

What is Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed?

The theoretical maximal speed of a displacement boat of this length is 5.8 knots. The term "Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed" is widely used even though a boat can sail faster. The term shall be interpreted as above the theoretical speed a great additional power is necessary for a small gain in speed.

The immersion rate is defined as the weight required to sink the boat a certain level. The immersion rate for Windrose 22 is about 94 kg/cm, alternatively 530 lbs/inch. Meaning: if you load 94 kg cargo on the boat then it will sink 1 cm. Alternatively, if you load 530 lbs cargo on the boat it will sink 1 inch.

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UsageLengthDiameter
Mainsail halyard 18.8 m(61.8 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)
Jib/genoa halyard18.8 m(61.8 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)
Spinnaker halyard18.8 m(61.8 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)
Jib sheet 6.6 m(21.6 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Genoa sheet6.6 m(21.6 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Mainsheet 16.4 m(54.0 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Spinnaker sheet14.5 m(47.5 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Cunningham2.7 m(8.8 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)
Kickingstrap5.3 m(17.5 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)
Clew-outhaul5.3 m(17.5 feet)8 mm(5/16 inch)

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Balboa alias Windrose alias Laguna

LOD:

21' 7"

Designer:

Shad Turner

LOA:

22' 7"

Builder:

Laguna Yachts

LWL:

19' 0"

Years produced:

1977-1979

Min./max. draft:

1' 3"/ 5' 6" swing, 2'11" shoal

Sail area:

206 sq. ft.

Bridge clearance:

31' 0"

Fuel tankage:

portable

Power:

outboard 3 to 6 hp

Water tankage:

portable

B/D ratio:

30%

Approx. trailering wgt.:

2,800 lbs.

The Balboa 22 was built by Laguna Yachts, the same company that built the Windrose 22 (page 213), also designed by Shad Turner. If you look closely you will see that both hulls have identical dimensions, though the decks are somewhat different. Both hulls came in two choices of underbody: a swing-keel version (min and max drafts shown above) and a fixed fin-keel version with a draft of 2' 11". Ballast for the swing version is 600 pounds, for the fixed version is 900 pounds. Corresponding displacements are 1,980 (swing) and 2,280 (fixed). The Balboa 22 was only produced for three years, while the Windrose 22, with different deck mold, continued until the company ended production of all boats about 1987. Best features: Poptop gives six-foot headroom when erected. Worst features: Construction is below average—definitely not "yacht quality."

Laguna Windrose Sailing

Avg.

Max.

Motion

Space

No. of

Head

Comps

LOD

Beam

MinDr

Displ

Bllst

SA/D

D/L

PHRF

Speed

Index

Index

Berths

room

Balboa 22

21' 7"

8' 0"

1' 3"

1,980

600

20.9

129

246

5.8

9.5

326

4

4' 4"

Dehler 22

22' o"

8' 0"

1' 3"

1,980

880

25.1

140

225

5.8

9.7

344

4

4' 9"

Spindrft 22

21' 6"

8' 0"

1' 8"

1,990

600

19.6

128

252

5.9

9.5

345

4

4' 8"

Windrose 22/Laguna 22

21' 7"

8' 0"

2' 11"

2,280

900

19.0

148

246

5.8

10.9

337

4

4' 4"

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Windrose 22 s

The windrose 22 s is a 21.58ft fractional sloop designed by shad turner and built in fiberglass by laguna yachts between 1977 and 1987..

The Windrose 22 s is a light sailboat which is a good performer. It is stable / stiff and has a low righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a day-boat.

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Model Windrose 22 s
Length 21.58 ft
Beam 8 ft
Draft 2.92 ft
Country United states (North America)
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Sail area / displ. 19.07
Ballast / displ. 39.47 %
Displ. / length 148.40
Comfort ratio 11.16
Capsize 2.43
Hull type Monohull fin keel shoal draft
Construction Fiberglass
Waterline length 19 ft
Maximum draft 2.92 ft
Displacement 2280 lbs
Ballast 900 lbs
Hull speed 5.84 knots

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Rigging Fractional Sloop
Sail area (100%) 206 sq.ft
Air draft 0 ft ??
Sail area fore 105 sq.ft
Sail area main 100.63 sq.ft
I 24 ft
J 8.75 ft
P 23 ft
E 8.75 ft
Nb engines 1
Total power 0 HP
Fuel capacity 0 gals

Accommodations

Water capacity 0 gals
Headroom 6.17 ft
Nb of cabins 0
Nb of berths 0
Nb heads 0

Builder data

Builder Laguna Yachts
Designer Shad Turner
First built 1977
Last built 1987
Number built 0 ??

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WINDROSE 22 Sailboat Data

Hull Type: Swing Keel Rigging Type: Fractional Sloop LOA: 21.58 ft / 6.58 m LWL: 19.00 ft / 5.79 m S.A. (reported): 206.00 ft² / 19.14 m² Beam: 8.00 ft / 2.44 m Displacement: 1,980.00 lb / 898 kg Ballast: 600.00 lb / 272 kg Max Draft: 5.50 ft / 1.68 m Min Draft: 1.40 ft / 0.43 m Construction: FG First Built: 1977 Last Built: 1987 Builder: Laguna Yachts (USA) Designer: Shad Turner

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I: 24.0ft
J: 8.75 ft
Foresail Area: 105.0 ft
P: 23.0 ft
E: 8.75 ft
Mainsail Area: 100.6 ft
Total S.A (100% Fore+Main ) 211.6 ft

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I bought this little Laguna Windrose 22 sailboat on Craigslist last year and it has been setting in my RV Storage building. Now that it is springtime and I have time because of the Coronavirus pandemic I will start the restoration.

Laguna Windrose 22 MK1 Sailboat

She needs a new paint job, the swing keel repainted and remounted. The deck is dry rotted under the step plate so it needs to be cut out, replaced and re-glassed.

Some brightwork is needed on the interior wood and the sliding kitchenette is missing altogether. Reconstruction of the sliding kitchenette will need to be done with a camping stove, cooler, and sink. I will also make a better folding table and give the V-birth a bulkhead divider for some privacy. She has all of her cushions and covers.

I have a depth finder that I am going to install along with a 7.5 HP Outboard motor for her but she needs a motor mount for the aft of the ship. The ship needs two winches as the sailboat did not have any when I bought her.

The trailer is in fairly good condition but I want to replace some wooden stanchions on it and give it a new paint job.

Other than that I think she is good. I will write more on her progress in the coming weeks.

Laguna Windrose 22 MK1 Sailboat Specifications

The little boat is a day sailor designed by Shad Turner for the Laguna Yachts company in Stanton, CA from 1977 to 1987.

Sailboat Specifications

  • Hull Type: Swing Keel
  • Rigging Type: Fractional Sloop
  • LOA: 21.58 ft
  • LWL: 19.00 ft
  • Beam: 8.00 ft
  • S.A.: 206.00 ft2
  • Draft: 1.40 ft to 5.50 ft
  • Displacement: 1,980 lb
  • Ballast: 600 lb
  • Construction: Fiberglass

Rig and Sail Specifications

  • I: 24.00 ft
  • P: 23.00 ft
  • S.A. Fore: 105.00 ft2
  • S.A. Main: 100.63 ft2
  • S.A. Total: 205.63 ft2
  • S.A./Disp.: 20.91
  • Est. Forestay Len.: 25.55 ft

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COMMENTS

  1. WINDROSE 22

    A boat with a BN of 1.6 or greater is a boat that will be reefed often in offshore cruising. Derek Harvey, "Multihulls for Cruising and Racing", International Marine, Camden, Maine, 1991, states that a BN of 1 is generally accepted as the dividing line between so-called slow and fast multihulls.

  2. Windrose 22

    Variants. Windrose 22. This swing keel model was introduced in 1977 and built until 1987. It has a length overall of 21.08 ft (6.4 m), a waterline length of 19.00 ft (5.8 m), displaces 1,980 lb (898 kg) and carries 600 lb (272 kg) of ballast. The boat has a draft of 5.50 ft (1.68 m) with the keel down and 1.40 ft (0.43 m) with it retracted.

  3. Catalina 22 vs Starwind 223 vs Laguna Windrose 22

    771. Catalina 22 Central Penna. Sep 14, 2015. #3. Looking at the specs on all three boats the Windrose is larger for overnighting, Having owned a Catalina 22 for all most 25 years I will tell you that the years from 86 to 92 is what is called the "new model, it is well thought out for overnighting and is overall heavier than the other two and ...

  4. Windrose 22

    Windrose 22 is a 21′ 7″ / 6.6 m monohull sailboat designed by W. Shad Turner and built by Laguna Yachts between 1977 and 1987. ... The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more. Formula. D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³ D: Displacement of the boat in pounds. LWL ...

  5. Review of Windrose 22

    The DL-ratio for Windrose 22 is 148 which categorizes this boat among 'ultra light racers'. Heavy Light 73% 0 50 100. 73% of all similar sailboat designs are categorized as heavier. A light displacement requires less sailarea and has higher accellerations.

  6. Windrose 22

    The Windrose 22 is a 21.58ft fractional sloop designed by Shad Turner and built in fiberglass by Laguna Yachts between 1977 and 1987. The Windrose 22 is a light sailboat which is a high performer. It is stable / stiff and has a low righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a day-boat.

  7. Balboa alias Windrose alias Laguna

    outboard 3 to 6 hp. Water tankage: portable. B/D ratio: 30%. Approx. trailering wgt.: 2,800 lbs. The Balboa 22 was built by Laguna Yachts, the same company that built the Windrose 22 (page 213), also designed by Shad Turner. If you look closely you will see that both hulls have identical dimensions, though the decks are somewhat different.

  8. Windrose 22

    The Windrose 22 and Laguna 22 are developments of the Balboa 22, using the same hull molds. The Windrose 22 and Laguna 22 are a series of American trailerable sailboats that were designed by W. Shad Turner as cruisers and first built in 1977.

  9. Windrose 22 Sail Data

    Complete Sail Plan Data for the Windrose 22 Sail Data. Sailrite offers free rig and sail dimensions with featured products and canvas kits that fit the boat. Javascript is disabled on your browser.

  10. Windrose 22 s

    The Windrose 22 s is a 21.58ft fractional sloop designed by Shad Turner and built in fiberglass by Laguna Yachts between 1977 and 1987. The Windrose 22 s is a light sailboat which is a good performer. It is stable / stiff and has a low righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a day-boat.

  11. Specifications WINDROSE 22

    WINDROSE 22 Sailboat Data Hull Type: Swing Keel Rigging Type: Fractional Sloop LOA: 21.58 ft / 6.58 m LWL: 19.00 ft / 5.79 m S.A. (reported): 206.00 ft² / 19.14 m² Beam: 8.00 ft / 2.44 m Displacement: 1,980.00 lb / 898 kg Ballast: 600.00 lb / 272 kg Max…

  12. windrose 22

    Posts: 2. windrose 22. Picked up a windrose 22 thats been sitting for a few years. Started cleaning boat, raised the mast and hook sail bar and sail setting ropes and pullies. Don't understand the rigging for the frount sail. I have the sails, but have not taken them out for fear of damaging them. Any pictures or advice would be very welcomed!

  13. 1979 Laguna Windrose 22 MK II

    The 1979 Laguna Windrose 22 MK II sailboat has a fiberglass hull and has an overall length of 21.58 feet (sometimes referred to as LOA). The width (or beam) of this craft is 80 inches. This boat is rigged as a Sloop. The sail area for the sailboat is 206 square feet. The displacement for the boat is approximately 1980 lbs.

  14. WINDROSE 22

    Blue Water Surf Value Rank (BWSVR) 7390. Capsize Comfort Value Rank (CCVR)

  15. Laguna Windrose 22

    And proud owner of a Windrose 22' sailboat. I noticed in your message you stated having a manual book for your boat.? I would happily pay you for a copy of that manual. I have a Balboa 22' and can't find any manual at all, but they say the Laguna/ Windrose/ and Balboa are the same boat. Thank you. Sincerely,

  16. 22 ft 1975 windrose sailboat

    I recently bought a 1975 22 ft windrose sailboat and I can't seem to figure out how to attach aft stay to hull any one have pics 22 ft 1975 windrose sailboat - Cruisers & Sailing Forums Portal

  17. Windrose 22

    Sailboat data, rig dimensions and recommended sail areas for Windrose 22 sailboat. Tech info about rigging, halyards, sheets, mainsail covers and more. Sailboat Data directory for over 8,000 sailboat designs and manufacturers. Direct access to halyards lengths, recommended sail areas, mainsail cover styles, standing rigging fittings, and lots ...

  18. Boat: 1977 Laguna Windrose 22

    This Laguna Windrose 22 sailboat has a fiberglass hull and an LOA of 21.58 feet (length over all). The boat has a 80 inch beam. This sailboat is set up to sail as a Sloop. The craft has 206 square feet of sail area. Displacement for the boat is 1980 lbs. The draft of this sailboat is approximately 5'9".

  19. SailNow: Windrose 22 CLASSIC Cruiser sailboat

    Windrose 22 CLASSIC Cruiser sailboat. SOLD -- This 1977 Laguna Windrose 22 (a.k.a. Balboa 22) was designed by W. Shad Turner (who also designed the Schock Santana 20) with a full 8 foot beam and draws only 15 inches keel up for easy launching and gunk-holing, yet draws a full 5.5 feet keel down for solid performance into the wind!

  20. Windrose 22 Sails

    Collection: Windrose 22. Mainsails, Headsails and Downwind Sails for Windrose Sailboats in-stock and ready to ship. OEM/Standard Jib - 23.58S Sale. OEM/Standard Jib - 23.58S Regular price $420.00 USD Regular price $ ...

  21. Laguna Windrose 22 MK1 Sailboat

    Laguna Windrose 22 MK1 Sailboat Specifications. The little boat is a day sailor designed by Shad Turner for the Laguna Yachts company in Stanton, CA from 1977 to 1987. Sailboat Specifications. Hull Type: Swing Keel; Rigging Type: Fractional Sloop; LOA: 21.58 ft; LWL: 19.00 ft; Beam: 8.00 ft;

  22. windrose 22 Archives

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  23. Boat: 1982 Laguna Windrose 22

    The 1982 Laguna Windrose 22 sailboat has a fiberglass hull and has an overall length of 21.58 feet (sometimes referred to as LOA). The width (or beam) of this craft is 80 inches. This boat is rigged as a Sloop. The sail area for the sailboat is 206 square feet. The displacement for the boat is approximately 1980 lbs.