1984 O'Day Values, Specs and Prices

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O'Day Note

No longer in production. 1990 model information not available. For information after 1989, see Pearson Yachts.

(1989 - 1971)

SAILBOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
WIDGEON 12' SAIL FG 0 0 285 5'
JAVELIN 14' SAIL FG 0 0 475 5'8"
DAY SAILER 17' SAIL FG 0 0 680 6'3"
O'DAY 19 19' SAIL FG 0 0 1350 7'9"
O'DAY 222 22' SAIL FG 0 0 2200 7'11"
O'DAY 23 23' SAIL FG 0 0 3000 8'
O'DAY 26/SL 26' SAIL FG 0 0 5280 8'
O'DAY 28/SL 28' SAIL FG 1 10 7700 10'3" Diesel
O'DAY 30 C/B 30' SAIL FG 1 14 10600 10'9" Diesel
O'DAY 30 KEEL 30' SAIL FG 1 14 10150 10'9" Diesel
O'DAY 34/SL 34' SAIL FG 1 21 11500 11'3" Diesel
O'DAY 35/SL 35' SAIL FG 1 21 11500 11'3" Diesel
O'DAY 37/SL 37' SAIL FG 1 32 14000 11'2" Diesel
O'DAY 39/SL 39' SAIL FG 1 44 18000 12'8" Diesel
Once the largest sailboat manufacturer in the United States, the company O’Day was created in 1958 by America Cup sailor George O’Day. Creating a wide variety of sailing vessels ranging from day-sailers to 40-foot yachts, O’Day success was accredited the mass production of fiberglass boats and the adoption of high build quality. Even though George O’Day sold the company in the 1960s, the company continued to wear his name until its closure after the 1989 model year. With many vessels sold over a nearly 30-year period, many recreational boaters are still enjoying their O’Day sailboats.