O'Day Trailerable Cruisers & Sailboats
The new O'Day 20 for 1973 was made for people like you. Fast enough to race. Roomy enough to cruise. Easy to trailer and launch, even with small cars.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-013-1973-C-AD
In the water and on the wind, the O'Day 23 safety features and handling qualities stand out: Self-bailing and self-righting; with keel and centerboard combination.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-011-1973-C-AD
Unlike many roomy boats, the O'Day 23 is also fast. We gave her 235 sq.ft. of sail, a 5'6" centerboard and 900 lbs. of ballast so she'll more than hold her own with other boats her size.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-023-1976-C-AD
The O'Day 23 is a brand-new family cruiser. A boat that solves a lot of problems. Unlike some other trailerables, she's big inside, with a full 5' headroom, 7'11" beam.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-030-1977-C-AD
The new O'Day 25 … sleek and stylish. Today's biggest trailerable cruiser. Broad beamed for live-aboard comfort. Wide, flat decks invite sunbathing, provide racing safety.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-017-1974-C-AD
Only uncommon materials will survive. But they're expensive. Stainless steel. Tempered Dacron sailcloth. Braided lines. Solid teak. All are specified for the O'Day 25.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-025-1976-BW-AD-2
For cruising luxury, racing swiftness and trailering convenience, choose the O'Day 25. C. Raymond Hunt Associates designed her for O'Day. And, you won't believe she's even self-righting.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-020-1975-C-AD
The performance standard that John Deknatel and the Hunt Associates' designers created for the O'Day 25 Sailboat has been a rude shock to many a hot MORC racer.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-034-1979-C-AD-2