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1976 O’Day Sloop

16 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Fine weekend (or longer) cruiser. Sleeps four easily, five using aft quarter berth. Professionally maintained. Lots of features beyond original factory configuration (described below). Dark midnight blue hull, Imron. Selling because I bought a larger boat. Can be seen in Noank (Mystic) CT.

Equipment on Board:

Standard features:
– Kenyon alcohol 2-burner stove. Gimbaled. Can be re-jetted to LP or CNG
– Westerbeke Universal Atomic 4, four cylinder 30HP, inboard
– Raritan head
– 2 anchors, one oversized storm, with good 150′ Chain/rope
– Knot meter, Depth sounder
– 12 gallon fresh water, 12 gallon fuel tanks

Added equipment and features:
– 120V shore power, master panel w/ circuit breakers, outlet w/ GFI
– 12V freezer/fridge added to cooler box
– Battery switches to handle 2 or 3 battery banks
– Edson wheel, binnacle and compass
– Rolling jib with foam luff modification for optimal reefing
– Mainsail with 2 reefing points, reefing lines
– 8 gallon holding tank, with selectable holding/discharge options
– Externally regulated 40 amp alternator
– Courtesy light in cockpit
– Micrologic GPS, mounted in salon, viewable in cockpit
– Bimini, Sunbrella Pacific Blue, 10′ x 12′, w/ collapsible frame and bridal, supported by main halyard
– Mid-mast steaming and fore deck lights

Recently added equipment and features:
– New high density interior cushions, navy upholstery, and curtains
– New reupholstered interior walls in Forward V berth, Head, Salon and Aft quarter berth
– New engine mounts and engine bed
– New Drip-less stuffing box
– New teak toe rails
– New 12V interior lighting, fans
– New main shrouds, port and starboard, deck to masthead
– New teak ply Penn boards for companionway

I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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