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I have 1988 O'day 302 and i'm very happy with it. I took it on a 9 day cruise last summer with two other friends an will again this summer. It will sleep 6, but on the 9 day trip 3 was quite comfortable. Has a head with shower, galley has a two burner stove with oven, hot and cold running water and holds 40 gallons of water. Bought it for under $30,000 with 9 1/2 foot inflatable Avon dinghy an outboard for dinghy.

Sailed her a couple of times in about 8 foot seas with no problem at all. It also has a winged keel and only draws 4 feet.
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Hey stuffit "Get a life"
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