RSS Feed

1988 ODay 302

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

1988 Oday 302. Good light air boat (important for Lake Lanier sailing). Weight 7200 lbs vs 10,000 for Catalina 30. When others are standing still, you’re sailing. Sharp looking boat, great lines get compliments. Excellent condition. We used this as a very nice low cost lake house for weekends as well as for fun cruising.

Has self-tacking jib setup for easy single handed sailing. Easily removable if desired. Through hatch portable air conditioner lets you weekend during the hot periods. Full head with shower and sink. Galley with propane stove and microwave. Icebox with drain pump. 6’2″ headroom in cabin. Sleeps 6. 18 hp Yanmar diesel with full complement of spares on board. Teak interior and trim. 120v AC and 12v DC systems. 3 way battery charger provides trickle to keep batteries topped up. Compass, depth gauge, wind speed and direction, and speedometer instruments. Split stern rail and platform with ladder for swimming Shallow 3”11″ draft wing keel for safe sailing in low water. All manuals for boat. Many other custom features. Want to sell right away, let’s talk. Dave (# removed).

Equipment on Board:

1988 O’Day 302

Inspected 2009 by Power Squadron-awarded “safe boat” classification. See sticker on mast.

Always fresh water boat, always F16 Sunrise Cove since new.

Boat weight 7200 lbs (vs 10,000 for Catalina 30). Great in light air when others are standing still, you’re sailing.

Two steering wheels. Larger came with boat and provides easy reach from either side. Smaller wheel permits easy access to rear of cockpit. (smaller is installed now)

Self tacking jib setup. (easily removable if not in use). Value approx $850. All lines are onboard for manual tacking of jib and genoa

Through-hatch portable air conditioner. Great for weekending in summer. Retail new about $900 through West Marine

Stereo Radio/Casette with speakers. Can upgrade easily to CD or MP3 setup.

Full head with shower and sink.. Pump drains floor. Easy cleaning. Toilet pump replaced 2008. 12 volt water heater provides hot showers away from dock

Galley with Propane stove and Microwave. Stainless Sink with legal overboard drain. Good storage. Hidden garbage bin.
Icebox with drain pump for food storage over weekend.

6’2” headroom in cabin. Sleeps 6. 12 volt lighting system.

Teak interior bulkheads, ladder and trim. 2 hatches for ventilation. 2 solar powered vent fans constantly run.

120v AC and 12 volt DC systems

3 way battery charger provides trickle charge at dock, never a dead battery. Battery selector switch. 2 batteries, both replaced 2007.

18 hp diesel with alternator recharges batteries when underway

Compass, depth sounder and wind speed and direction indicators.

Navigation station with light. Accesory & lighting switch panel at nav station

Outboard motor mount for dinghy on stern rail.

Split stern rail with fold down teak swim ladder. Swim platform. Easy access back onboard.

Custom duckboards in cockpit. Teak cockpit fold-down table. Teak & Stainless drink holders

Shallow draft 3’11” wing keel for low water level sailing safely.

Extra jumbo fenders for raft-ups with sailing club. Life jackets. Flotation Cushions.

Plexiglas tinted washboards and screen insert for cabin entrance.

Good access to engine from front and side. All manuals come with boat including an extra one I bought for Yanmar Diesel (much better than original equip manual)

Large spare parts inventory including impellers, hoses, filters, electrical parts, emergency bungs, oil change pump etc (under stbd setee.) Boat always well maintained. Diesel easy to work on. Manuals for hull fittings, electrical system layout, water system and engine.

Slip ring anchor and rode. Good for this lake to keep from losing anchors. Extra anchor.

Hull scrubber. Hose and Nozzle. Water & electric available at dock. Misc cleaning solutions & equipment

Allstate insures this boat for $120 per year with $500 deductable.

ODay 302
ODay 302
ODay 302
ODay 302
ODay 302
ODay 302
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.

No Comments »

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *