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This O'Day 35 is located in Rhode Island.
New Awlgrip in 2011, and loaded with options, this one really needs to be seen to be appreciated.
This sailboat is AIR CONDITIONED, and that's just one of the many benefits on this particular boat. Here are some of the other installed options: Autopilot - Wind Generator - Solar Panel - Transom Shower - Radar - Dodger & Bimini - Custom Winter Cover and the usual "stuff" like Garmin 128 and 76, VHF, 130% & 150% Genoa, Schaefer roller furling, cruising chute, Barient winches, sheets and halyards, and just about anything you need to fully enjoy this very well optioned vessel. See the Specification section for full details.
Designed by C. Raymond Hunt & Associates and introduced into the O'Day line in 1981, the O'Day 35 was one of the more successful cruising designs built by O'Day. The original design had an overall length of exactly 34' however, in 1985, the transom was modified slightly and a boarding/swim platform was molded in. The change resulted in the addition of 11-1/2" to the LOA and between 1985 and 1989, essentially the same boat, was marketed as the O'Day 35. Both versions share the same waterline length of 28' 9", the same beam of 11' 3" and the same approximate displacement of 11,500 lbs.
Hull construction is a solid laminate of fiberglass and plastic resin.
Auxiliary power is provided by Universal Marine's three-cylinder, 21 Hp, fresh water-cooled diesel engine. This is sufficient power for the size and weight of this boat. The engine is installed beneath the bridgedeck, and to the delight of mechanics and surveyors, the installation is not crowded. Access is good to all sides of the engine. The fuel tank and water heater are installed aft of the engine and there is a large port sided seat locker through which even a 200+ pounder can fit through for easy access to and service of this equipment.
Definitely worth your time to make an appointment.
- Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name Liberty Specs Builder: O'Day Designer: C. R. Hunt Dimensions LOA: 34 ft 11 in Displacement: 11500 lbs Ballast: 4600 lbs Engines Engine Brand: Universal Engine Model: M-25XP Engine Hours: 1700 Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (50 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (30 Gallons) Holding Tanks: (19 Gallons) Dimensions Length at Waterline: 28'09" Beam: 11'03" Max Draft: 5'07" Max Bridge Clearance: 47'02" Engines Total Power: 21Hp Galley Tasco Propane 2 burner stovetop with oven 12V Pressure water system 12V Refrigeration Raritian 110V/Engine 6 Gallon Hot water heater Electronics Standard Speed & Depth - Helm Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot, (2004) - Helm Furuno radar, display,helm dome,pole Garmin 128 - NavStation Garmin 76 - Helm Target Communications SSB receiver Standard VHF Standard Wind speed - NavStation Kenwood KRC-5205 AM/FM/Casette Stereo with 6 CD changer BOSE 151 Cockpit Speakers Ritchie Magnetic Compass - Helm Electrical Air Force 400W Wind Generator Marine Air 12,000BTU AC/Heat Balmar Alternator 100Amp Link Interface 2000R battery monitoring system with regulator Heart 1000 watt inverter 50 amp battery charger Start battery (3) AGM house batteries 315amp hours Oil change pump Battery combiner Ideal 12V Windlass with foot pedals 12V Breaker Panel 110V Breaker Panel Solar Panel 12V lighting 12V USCG Nav Lighting 12V Fans 110V GFCI Outlets Sails, Rigging & Canvas Schaeffer roller furling Hood 130% Genoa 150% Genoa Cruising chute with sock & tacker Dodger, Bimini, side & aft curtains-full cockpit enclosure Custom canvas winter cover (2008) Wire Rigging Spinnaker Pole (2)Barient 25, 2Speed, ST - Cabin Barient 27, 2Speed, ST - Cockpit Barient 19, 2Speed, ST - Mast (2) Winch Handles Additional Swim platform with ladder Transom hot/cold shower 3 blade MaxProp New interior lights & bunk fans Stainless steel dorades New engine mounts & fuel tank Force 10 outside grill connected to main propane tank 5 coats of Epoxy Barrier Coating 35lbs CQR and 25lbs West anchors with chain & rode Companionway barn doors with plexiglass or screen inserts Fenders Docklines USCG Standard Safety Package Outboard Motor Mount Emergency Manual Bilge Pump - Cockpit Teak Cockpit grate Stern Seat
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
- Please contact listing broker - Larry Rutter firstname.lastname@example.org 401-338-3554