1982 O'Day 30' Sloop
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- Enkel / diesel
- Belägen i:
- Cambridge, MD
- Nuvarande pris:
- US$ 15.000 (SEK 121.852)
"Viva Libre" is a 1982 thirty foot O'Day located in Cambridge, Md. She is readyfor her next owner and can be seen today. O'Day Associates was founded by famed Americas Cup sailor and olympic medalist George O'Day. In the beginning, O'Day was only a distributor for several brands of small Sailboats, some being produced by Fairey Marine of England and Marscot Plastics in the USA. (O'Day took over Marscot in 1958 to build the RHODES 19.) O'Day eventually became involved in producingits own line of boats and for a number of years O'Day Corp. was the largest producer of sailboats in the US. For a fun, seaworthy and reliable sailboat, call for an appointment today.
Dave Robinson is a yacht broker with Curtis Stokes & Associates, Inc. based in St. Michaels, MD and specializing in yacht sales in Maryland and Delaware. Dave offers professional, honest, discreet and personal assistance to a select group of clients and customers worldwide.
Please contact David P. Robinson at (410) 310-8855
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Designer: CR Hunt & Assoc
Registrerad i: USA
LÖA Längd över allt: 29 fot 11 tum
Bredd: 10 fot 9 tum
LWL: 25 fot 0 tum
Min. djupgång: 5 fot 0 tum
Max. djupgång: 4 fot 11 tum
Deplacement: 101501 pund
Ballast: 4000 pund
Höjd över vatten ytan: 44 fot 0 tum
torrvikt: 10150 pund
Motortyp: M 2 12
Motor typ: Inombord
Marschfart: 5 knop
Max hastighet: 7 knop
Färskvattentankar: 1 (25 Gallon)
Bränsletankar: 1 (26 Gallon)
Septitankar: 1 (10 Gallon)
Antal singelbäddar: 1
Antal hytter: 1
Antal toaletter: 1
"Viva Libre" is a O'Day 30 in very good condition, nicely maintained and available to see in Cambridge, Md. All the engine equipment and gear is in good serviceable condition and her interior is nicely appointed. She has a roomy forward berth with hanging lockerand head. The cabin area is roomy with a couch and kitchenette to port and a large dinette table and electronics area to starboard. The O'Day has plenty of storage under the cockpit seating and cabin seating areas. The interior has nice mohagany wood accents and is well maintained.
The O'Day 30 is powered by a reliable Universal diesel engine. From the Atomic 4 to current modern diesels, Universal marine has led the way in auxiliary marine propulsion. Universal boatengines represent a breakthrough in marine diesel engine compactness, quietness, and reliability. Used by the most prestigious auxiliary sailboat builders, thousands of Universal diesel engines have been installed in boats for pleasure, commercial and government use.
Engine Type 4 cy/ Number of Cylinders 2-Vertic Displacement 26.0 Cu. In./ Bore 2.60 In Stroke 2.45 In. /Starter 12 Volt H.P./KW 11 @ 3600 RPM/8.2 Alternator 12 Volt 51 Amp Maximum Installation Angle 15° /Engine Weight. 175 Lbs./ Propeller Rotation Right Hand
CYLINDER BLOCK: Spherical graphite cast iron for maximum vibration dampening. CYLINDER HEAD: Marine chrome nickel alloy iron with spherical combustion chamber for smooth running and clean exhaust. CRANKSHAFT: High grade steel, statically and dynamically balanced. Drilled for pressure lubrication. OIL PAN: Stamped steel, detach· able for inspection purposes. COOLING SYSTEM: Closed fresh water. FUEL SYSTEM: Bosch fuel injection. LUBRICATION: Full pressure lubrication with full flow spin on oil filter. TRANSMISSION: Drop center gear with helical gears and a mechanical friction clutch permit free wheeling of the propeller with no effect on the gear. Standard reduction ratio of 2:1. Lubricated separately from the engine. FLEXIBLE MOUNTS: Engine equipped with four point adjustable mounting for ease of installation and minimum vibration. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12 volt system standard. Marine type 51 Amp alternator with transistorized regulator, electric starter with solenoid for remote starting. GLOW PLUGS: For easy starting year around.
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.
All our listings are available for co-brokerage on a 50-50 commission split agreement when the selling broker shows the listing and attends the survey. If the selling broker requires a courtesy showing and we are available to conduct a courtesy showing on our listing, the co-brokerage commission split is 60% listing commission and 40% selling commission. If the selling broker does not attend the survey, the co-brokerage commission split is 70% listing commission and 30% selling commission.
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