Are you sure this is a Santana 22 Keel. If I recall, I think my Santana
22 Keel had four bolts, two in front and two in back, side by side. I
think it also had a flange that attached to the hull with the bolts.
This keel seems to have 5 attachment bolts embedded in the body of the
keel, along a jagged line. Lots of keels in that era had roughly the
same shape. This could be a Ranger 23 or 26 keel for example. Still a
From: tuna-bounces at myfleet.org [mailto:tuna-bounces at myfleet.org] On
Behalf Of VAURY Jean
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 11:41 AM
To: Nancy & Pat Broderick; Santana 22 fleet mailing list.
Cc: John Riise; Leah Pepe; Lat. 38 Chris Weaver; Gordie Nash; Sally
Subject: [Santana 22] TUNA LOST KEEL
Pics of a Tuna keel (at 99 %) found sadly on the beach down my
apartment, very odd discovery