$5,750 US Or best offer
The owner bought this boat in 2010
General condition and any additional information
She is a solid family boat, comfortable and not too big for beginner Sailors.
Beautiful 1984 O’Day 222 Sailboat with Trailer and Outboard, Refreshed with many updates and improvements.
She sails wonderful and is in nice condition and has beautiful lines. The Sails are serviceable but if you plan to Race you will need new Sails.
You’ll appreciate the new stainless Standing Rigging with the updated Forestay which will accommodates a roller furling Jib.
Racers and Cruisers will love the Running Rigging brought back to the Cockpit, the proper Mainsheet placement and of course the BoomKicker integration with the Boom Vang.
I towed her easily with my Dodge Mini-Van and my 6-cyl Pick-Up.
Please see the attached factory ODay_222_Standard_Features file for thorough listing, however this 1984 boat does not come with the Roller Furling Jib installed as mentioned in the .
Hull Type: Keel/Cbrd.
Rigging Type: Fractional Sloop
LOA: 21.75 ft
LWL: 19.58 ft
Beam: 7.92 ft
Draft (max): 4.67 ft
Draft (min): 1.67 ft
Displacement: 2,200 lb
Ballast: 800 lb
Extra gear included
Safety and Other Equipment Provided:
• Trailer with Extension Hitch
• Anchor, Chain and Rode about 100 foot long
• A pair of Dock Lines and 2 Fenders
• 2 Life Vest and 1 Throwable cushion
• Boat Hook and Paddle
• Hand Operated Bilge-pump
• Cabin and V-Berth cushions (one has a damaged zipper)
• Stainless Alcohol stove
• Stainless Sink with pump water tank
• Folding table for Cockpit
• Mainsail Cover
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
Lots of Improvements and Updates:
• New Centerboard
• New Rudder and Tiller
• New Stainless Standing Rigging (Forestay updated to support Roller Furling Jib)
• New Running Rigging
• New halyards and reef line layout brought to cockpit via new turning blocks and rope clutches
• New Mainsheet Configuration relocating to the cockpit floor instead of standard Stern location
• New BoomKicker integration with the Boom Vang
• New Teak handholds and companionway slides and slats
• New Garmin GPS with fish finder thru-hull sonar transponder
• New LED NAV and Interior lights, fuse box, main power switch, and most wiring replaced
• New VHF Coax up the mast
• New VHF Antenna with integrated Windex Fly
• Three Hull scratches professionally repaired and painted by Aquia Bay Marine ~3 years ago
• All interior wood hatch covers replaced with plastic board covers
• 6HP Johnson outboard motor overhauled about 6yrs ago and new impeller installed 3yrs ago along with bottom end lubricant
• Removed, Cleaned and Lubed primary winches
• New VHF Antenna and New Coax from top of mast to VHF Radio
• Bottom Paint – July 2020