Cantina (220)

Name Origin: Cantina – An excellent place to spend your spare time and money with your friends.

The hull of the Catalina 42 was originally designed by Nelson Marek as a limited production ocean racer during the IOR era. Catalina Yachts produced mostly smaller yachts at the time and acquired the rights to produce the Nelson-Marek designed hull in the late 1980s. Catalina Designer Gerry Douglas modified the hull to accept a cruiser-style cabin and added a more forgiving rig. The result was Catalina’s largest offering for many years, with more than 1,000 hulls produced over 22 years.

Cantina is hull #220, produced in 1990, and acquired by Tina and Garry Sagert in 2008. While she spent the first 20 years of her life as a cruising boat, it quickly became apparent that she could also be a competitive racer. Now with her updated sail wardrobe and having shed most of her accumulated cruising equipment, there are few boats than can sail faster while simultaneously baking a pizza.

Crew Adventures: With a name like Cantina, the crew expects to be well-fed with fresh-baked pizza, and we do our best to comply.

Racing History: Cantina has successfully participated in many racing events around the Pacific Northwest including Swiftsure, Patos, Van Isle 360, THRASH, CFSA, Cow Bay. Notable yellow pennants (first place) include:
2014 CFSA Regatta Division 1 Winner
2015 Swiftsure Juan de Fuca Overall Winner
2015 Van Isle 360 Division 3 Winner on 4/9 legs
2016 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 2 Winner
2016 CFSA Regatta Division 1 Winner
2018 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 1 Winner

Yacht Details

  • ID: 1983
  • Name: Cantina
  • Sail No.: 220
  • Make: Catalina 42
  • LOA: 41.8
  • Rating: 117 (PHRF-NW)
  • Skipper: Garry Sagert
  • Yacht Club: Turkey Head Sailing Association
  • Home Port: Victoria, BC

Registration

  • Race: Juan de Fuca (Monohulls PHRF 40 or higher)
  • Crew: Full crew

Images of Cantina

Cantina (220)

Name Origin: Cantina – An excellent place to spend your spare time and money with your friends.

The hull of the Catalina 42 was originally designed by Nelson Marek as a limited production ocean racer during the IOR era. Catalina Yachts produced mostly smaller yachts at the time and acquired the rights to produce the Nelson-Marek designed hull in the late 1980s. Catalina Designer Gerry Douglas modified the hull to accept a cruiser-style cabin and added a more forgiving rig. The result was Catalina’s largest offering for many years, with more than 1,000 hulls produced over 22 years.

Cantina is hull #220, produced in 1990, and acquired by Tina and Garry Sagert in 2008. While she spent the first 20 years of her life as a cruising boat, it quickly became apparent that she could also be a competitive racer. Now with her updated sail wardrobe and having shed most of her accumulated cruising equipment, there are few boats than can sail faster while simultaneously baking a pizza.

Crew Adventures: With a name like Cantina, the crew expects to be well-fed with fresh-baked pizza, and we do our best to comply.

Racing History: Cantina has successfully participated in many racing events around the Pacific Northwest including Swiftsure, Patos, Van Isle 360, THRASH, CFSA, Cow Bay. Notable yellow pennants (first place) include:
2014 CFSA Regatta Division 1 Winner
2015 Swiftsure Juan de Fuca Overall Winner
2015 Van Isle 360 Division 3 Winner on 4/9 legs
2016 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 2 Winner
2016 CFSA Regatta Division 1 Winner
2018 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 1 Winner

Yacht Details

  • ID: 1983
  • Name: Cantina
  • Sail No.: 220
  • Make: Catalina 42
  • LOA: 41.8
  • Rating: 117 (PHRF-NW)
  • Skipper: Garry Sagert
  • Yacht Club: Turkey Head Sailing Association
  • Home Port: Victoria, BC

Registration

  • Race: Juan de Fuca (Monohulls PHRF 40 or higher)
  • Crew: Full crew

Images of Cantina