from my experience after buying an O'day 19 this year. (haven't sailed it yet) not a ton of info out there, but the oday owners group mentioned above has been helpful. it does seem like a well built boat and I was able to purchase a manual for it. (really a few loose pages but it got me the info I needed)
apparently the 192 has a larger cabin and more of a shoal keel with a drop down board, other than that, same boat as a 19.
One of the reasons, O'Day went out of business some years ago. Try Sailboatdata.com for info on just about any sailboat built in the past 40-50 years.
05-26-2013 04:09 PM
a bag of it
So an O'Day 192 recently popped up for sale in my area. Naturally, I went about researching the boat and comparing it to others in the same price range, and I was shocked to find that there is next to no information about the boat. Does anyone know why this is?
O'Day doesn't even have a wikipedia page that lists the models or has any information about the company. Some of the only information I could find was on the site iheartodays but even their information is limited.