$29,500 US Negotiable
The owner bought this boat in 1986
General condition and any additional information
Owner ready to move to the next stage in life. You will not find a cleaner, better maintained boat at this price point.
Shoal Draft ODay 35
You wont find a nicer boat at this price point!
A QUALITY CRUISER that has spent most of her life in the Upper Chesapeake Bay being sailed and cared for by one meticulous owner. With her spacious accommodations and flexible layout, shes been a great boat for her owners voyages with family and friends. Phase IV is simply and thoughtfully equipped, her Universal diesel runs smoothly, shes swift under sail and power -- in short, shes a solid choice for anyone looking to go cruising at a budget price.
- Air Conditioning / Reverse Cycle Heat.
- Sails like new.
- One-owner sloop.
- Shoal draft.
- Swim platform on transom.
- Ready to sail!
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 3 in
LWL: 28 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Displacement: 11500 lbs
Ballast: 4650 lbs
Engine Brand: Universal 21 HP
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: M25
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2226
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Engine Power: 21 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (15 Gallons)
Extra gear included
Avon inflatable dinghy 9 3
Tenaka 3hp outboard engine
Coast guard basic requirements
Dock lines, fenders ... all you need to sail today.
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
1986 ODay 35 Phase IV
This classic ODay provides what its name suggests: Quality time for a couple or family looking to enjoy sailing on a solid, strong performing yacht at a value price.
The air conditioned / heated cabin can accommodate a five to seven member crew in an interior rich in teak bulkheads and furnishings, with teak and holly cabin sole, and handsome blue fabric upholstery on settees and mattresses. Numerous lighting fixtures and natural lighting from large windows, opening portlights, and three translucent overhead hatches keep the spaces inviting night and day. Two dorades supplement the ventilation. Pressure hot and cold water serves the galley and head. Heres the layout, fore to aft:
The private forward stateroom holds a roomy V-berth, convertible from two comfortable singles to a broad double, a three-drawer bureau, shelf and under-berth storage. A large, translucent overhead hatch provides light and ventilation. In the passageway just outside the stateroom door on the starboard side theres a wide and deep hanging locker.
The tidy and efficient head has a Grocco manual toilet, easily cleaned fiberglass surfaces including the basin, a faucet shower, a large mirror, and plenty of storage in cabinets and shelves. Twin portlights offer light and ventilation.
The spacious salon centers on a folding-leaf table flanked by comfortable settees. The L-shaped settee to port easily converts to a wide double berth while the settee to starboard converts to a wide single. Just aft is another hanging locker. Storage cabinets and shelves are behind both settees. Two dorades, two opening portlights, and an overhead hatch provide ventilation and light. A bronze marine clock and barometer adds to the nautical atmosphere.
The U-shaped galley provides a two-burner propane stove and oven, deep double stainless steel sinks, Norcold refrigeration, a large pantry/ice box, and plenty of drawers, shelves and cabinets.
The navigation station has a large, hinged-top desk with drawer storage. Electronics package are installed here and the AC/DC electrical panels and battery control switch are in easy reach under the companionway steps.
The wide quarter berth can sleep two.
Cockpit and Deck
Bench seating with good back support and cockpit cushions
Edson steering pedestal with compass, engine shift and throttle controls, and GPS mount
Wheel and pedestal cover (new 2016)
Raised helm seating
Deep locker to port swallows lots of gear, including the folded dinghy and outboard, and a shallow locker to starboard makes it easy to store frequently used items
Stainless steel stern rail with opening to swim platform and stainless steel swim ladder
Collapsible cockpit table
Wide side decks
Stainless steel stanchions and lifelines and a bow pulpit.
Anchor, chain and rode
Foredeck washdown hose
Sails and Rigging
Mainsail (new 2011) with canvas cover (new 2016)
Genoa 135% (new 2011) on roller furling
Two self-tailing Barlow #25 primary winches
One self-tailing Barlow #19 on the port-side cabin top
Electrical and Mechanical
Universal diesel M25 engine with 2226 hours
Analog engine gauges
Shore power with cord
Datamarine Depth, Wind, Speed
iCom handheld VHF
Hot water heater