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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » Other Boats » 32cc

 
32cc 32cc
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Review Date: Mon May 28, 2001 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I have owned my ODay 32 Center Cockpit twice. First time from 1983 till 1995. Then I bought her back in 1998. So I guess you can say I like the boat.

Good points. Split cabin for privacy great for families or 2 couples. Great storage in cockpit and inside the boat. Good Engine room access better when I was younger. Shallow draft 3'4" with a drop down board. Sails good in light air or heavy and don't have much leeway even with board up. She is not a racer in pointing. I get through in 90 degrees if I really try hard but she is when you get wind in her sails.
Easy to handle tacks thruough every time and a joy to single hand. Very stable boat and goes best with a reef in main and not healed to extremes, a point enjoyed by wife. A good design by Raymond Hunt I suppose contributes to all the above. Last it has the best usualbe cockpit for its size than any boat I have been on. A friend Morgan 41 is more cramped than my cockpit. Big bimini makes for cool anochering and sailing in hot summer months on Texas Coast.

Bad points. Desgin flaws have caused a lot of deck delamination in 32's due to opening in deck for light and thru anocher well. My boat suffers from this. It does not effect the safty of the boat but does give a lot of concern to some who would buy the boat. So for resale be aware of how most react to a deck with a bad core problem. Like I said I bought her back knowing her ugly spots. A great coastal crusier and a lot of boat for the money as the going price of these boats are in the 18,000 to 25,000 range. A great boat to take to the Islands in with its shallow draft.
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Review Date: Sun August 19, 2001 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Been looking for my second boat. This boat looks great.
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