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What are O'Day boats?
O'Day is a classic boat brand in the marine industry, manufacturing boats that span in size from 25 feet to 40 feet. Boat Trader currently has 28 O'Day boats for sale, including 0 new vessels and 28 used boats listed by both private sellers and professional boat dealers mainly in United States. The oldest model listed on Boat Trader was built in 1973 and the newest was built in 1989.
What kind of boats does O'Day build?
O'Day designs and builds boats with familiar hull types including monohull and other. They are generally used for conventional boating on-the-water activities including a variety of commercial and recreational boating activities. O'Day constructs models with inboard and outboard propulsion systems, available in diesel, gas, electric and other fuel systems.
How much do O'Day boats cost?
O'Day boats for sale on Boat Trader are offered at a swath of prices, valued from $1,500 on the moderate end all the way up to $55,000 for the biggest, most advanced boats. Higher performance models can accommodate motors up to 40 horsepower, while the more modest more functional models may have as modest as 10 horsepower engines (although the average power size is 16 HP).
Why are O'Day boats popular?
O'Day is popular for their Sloop, Cruisers, Racer/Cruiser, Daysailer and Motorsailer among other classes and models. Overall these boats have greater draft and generally wider beam, qualities that make them favorable for a variety of commercial and recreational boating activities Given their classic, crowd-pleasing status as a popular, established boat brand, used O'Day boats in good condition often make great candidates for boat repowering projects.
What is the best O'Day?
Some of the best-known O'Day models as of today include: O'day 28, 302, 25, 1985 and 240.