Re 1969 Outlaw
NOV 10, 2013: 1969 O'DAY OUTLAW FOR SALE: I've decided, once again, to sell her (so that NOGIN's remark below is now obsolete. I had decided to keep her when I first advertised a few years ago, but I now do wish to sell her.)
Classic philip rhodes design, built when men were men and fiberglass was fiberglass! The hull and decks are sturdy strong and stiff; they do not bend when pushed or stepped on.
in an inboard well so that it does not show is a 9.9 evinrude (2 cycle) in perfect working order, with electric key start in the cockpit, with throttle and gear shift also in the cockpit where they should be. Two batteries connected in series with built-in charger, and switch so that either battery or both may be operative at any given time.
It flies three sails at once: Main, jib, and foresail. Spinnaker is, o course, aboard as well. 110 v power cord, with connection for 110 volt electricity inside. Cockpit cushions, life jackets, bumpers, fire extinguisher. Propane stove, built-in icebox. Brand new wooden doors.
The cockpit combing (teak) and the rub rail (teak) need light sanding plus teak oil. Needs bunk cushions as well (about $500)
no leaks --none - none anywhere. Some others report water in the after compartment. My boat does not- not- not have this problem.
Sleeps four. Has built in head (illegal, however, and should be replaced with a self-contained legal head, holding tank, (or porta-pottie?)). The buy-it-right -now price is $4,500; or, will be sold to best offer made before December 1, 2013
Winter storage is paid -- good until April 15, 2014.
Last edited by Taslawmed; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:59 PM.