- 32 (ft.)
- Bridge Clearance
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- Perma 18
- Number of Engines
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This Renovated O’Day 32 ketch will provide a family of six with many fun filled days of sailing. Private aft stateroom provides sleeping accommodations for two, desk and hanging locker. Main Cabin has large vee berth that sleeps two, plus two salon berths. Main cabin also has a head with a hot water shower. Galley has two burner stove and refrigeration. Loads of storage space, second hanging locker, and linen closet. The 10”6” beam and 6”5” cabin headroom provides plenty of living space.
She has a reliable and economical1988 Perkins Perma Diesel 30 HP.
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- Additional Information
- A superior boat upwind. The performance of The O'Day 32 upwind is remarkable. Her low drag keel and her favorable sail-to-wetted-area ratio combine to drive her close to the wind: an obvious advantage when one must make a landfall to weather on a stormy day. A private stateroom . The O'Day 32 is one of the few boats her size with a separate aft-cabin. Boats costing twice as much seldom provide this kind of privacy. Her unique double berth lays athwart-ship. Its spaciousness will remind you of a double bed. Headroom is 6'1". A boat that truly lives six . Many 32' boats can sleep six. But few can live six. The O'Day 32 can live six comfortably. She's sanely divided into three living zones. Her forward area is cavernous: fore cabin, main cabin, galley and private head. Headroom in the main cabin is 6'5". There's also a large drop leaf table with room for six people and their elbows. Amidships, there's a deep cockpit that seats six. Aft, lays the private cabin. Purposely overbuilt . Many sailboats today are constructed with chopped fiber glass. This method is about fifteen percent less expensive than hand lay-up. The O'Day 32's hull and deck are entirely hand lay-up. More expensive, but better. Laying-up fiber glass by hand helps keep weightings even. It also minimizes crazings and surface distortions. Hand lay-up results in a sinewy hull. One that's stronger. Designed by architects. Not accountants . Cost-conscious accountants did not have a hand in the design of The O'Day 32. Schaefer hardware abounds: blocks, cleats and chocks. All lines are Double braided polyester. There are two Barient 21's two speed and two Barient 16s in the cockpit. Halyard winches are Barient 10's. Strong, safe, stable . Hard bilges, beaminess, and a favorable ballast to-displacement ratio contribute to the stability of The O'Day 32. She is also equipped with a lightning ground. Her standing rigging has been renewed with stainless steel wire and StaLok fittings. Her mast is stepped on the keel. Not on the deck. Her hull and keel are of one-piece construction. A seam can't open because there are no seams. A foredeck anchor locker . On The O'Day 32 you can store the anchor in a recessed foredeck locker. It's located near the bow pulpit. This self-draining locker is big enough to accommodate a 200' rode. Galley . The sink is stainless steel. And has a pressure water system. The icebox is extremely large and has a newer 12 volt refrigerator. Origo two-burner stove.
- UPGRADES SINCE 2003
- Major work on “Coyote” since purchase 2003 Replace shore power installation, wiring and distribution panel adding second 30 Amp Line. Replace Hot water heater (electric and engine heating) 2004 Replace standing rigging. Add roller furling foresail Eliminate excess underwater thru hulls. Replace 12 volt system, including new DC panel, new Battery Charger and new House and Engine starting battery banks Paint hull sides (Imron) Rub rail to boot stripe. 2005 Add additional reef points main and mizzen Redo fresh water system, new pump and water lines Replace head and install new holding tank (40 gal). 2006 Add running back stays to Mizzen mast Add running back stays to Main Mast 2007 Replace cockpit decking and install new access hatch Replace Rub rail Install new binnacle, new shift, throttle, engine stop and steering cables. Paint deck, from rub rail up (Imron) 2008 Replace life lines and add forward gate access. Install a galvanic isolator Install davits Have Main and Mizzen sail cleaned and resin re-impregnated at “Sail Care” 2010 Replaced all batteries Install new 12 volt refrigeration system (to include new insulation around box. 2011 Replace all “above the water” thru hulls and exhaust tail pipe. New bottom job 2012 Renew bright work with “Cetol”
- Eau Gallie Yacht Club.