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Old 03-04-2007
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Looking For Oday Outlaw Or Tempest In Northern California

Anybody know the whereabouts of either an Oday Outlaw or Tempest in Northern California, please let me know. I have a Tempest, but I REALLY want an Outlaw. Tempest brothers or sisters would be good to have out here, alas, these classic plastic boats are mainly found on the east coast. Thanks,

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Brian, I'm not sure what they are, but there have been a few O'Days on Craigslist recently. In your area too.
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Thanks Dale,

In the mid to late sixties, Oday's largest boats were the Tempest and Outlaw, 23 and 26 feet respectively, and were similar, especially sexy sloops for then and now. Excellent images of both can be seen at sailthetempest.com should you be curious. Thanks for the input, I'll keep my eyes peeled.

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http://oday.home.att.net/potm2003.htm (outlaw)
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Scurvy...thanks for the link....I'd never seen an outlaw before. Very cool boat. Used to have an O'day 32CC. Did some sailing in the "daysailor" too. Too bad they went under...lots of neat boats in their stable.
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Question Outlaw Info

Brian:

Any luck with your search for an Outlaw? I am actually going to look at one here in Massachusetts this weekend. You seem to be "in the know" about them. Do you have any insight as to what I should look for / be wary of when looking at her? I have started a thread over on the O'Day forum asking for info. I would be obliged if you could add your 2 cents.

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Scurvy,

I'll tell you what I did when I was looking for a sailboat... maybe it will help! I put a "wanted" ad in the local newspaper... got great response and a couple really good bargins... and it only cost $20

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hey Brian, welcome to the waters of Catalinas, Cals, Columbias and Islanders. i think the reason you will find very few smaller ODays on the left coast is because they were manufactured in Toronto. larger and smaller boats migrate much easier then 20something footers. i believe this is why i found it so difficult to find a Pearson Triton up here in seattle as they were manufactured in bristol, and instead opted for an older Islander29
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Thanks for the input.

This thing I've got in my head about an Oday Outlaw is just taking me over. I don't know what to do. I can't move to the east coast to find one... but it may be my only option. I must be going mad. I dream about this silly day-sailer every day, yet I'm broke and know my getting this boat will render me thoroughly incapacitated by all the fun junk I'll both need and want to buy for it. No other boat will do, it must be an Outlaw. She's just the sexiest fantastic plastic I've ever seen... and I thought a Tempest was sexy!

Ok, tossing it out there for a reward of some kind: If you know of an Oday Outlaw on the west coast anywhere from San Diego to Alaska, please pass me the info. It doesn't have to be for sale either... everything is for sale if someone wants something enough LOL... or should it be COL! (as in Crying out loud?). Will now place an add in Latitude 38. Wish me luck.

For any and all west coast Oday Outlaw leads,
please phone directly: 707 477-7740

Thank you Sailors!

Brian
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Oday Outlaw

I own a 1965 Outlaw up in Seattle. Im not looking to sell right now, but maybe in a year or two I will. I've owned her for almost a year now and have been busy learning to sail. The previous owner ground the hull down and put a couple barrier coats on the hull and also refinished the mast. My job is to modify how the load from the mast distributes into the hull. The design as-is, causes a lot od stress cracking/delamination in the deck right at the hull to deck joint. Has anyone else run into this problem?

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