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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-10-2014 09:58 AM
Storz
Re: Info on the O'Day Outlaw??

Great looking boat
11-10-2013 12:18 PM
Taslawmed
Re: Info on the O'Day Outlaw??

Hello to All: I wish to sell my O'Day outlaw, located in NorthPort, Long Island. It is, now, in the water (covered). I is equipped with main and roller furled genoa (which, because of the roller furling acts, also, as a working jib and storm jib). It carries an Evinrude 2-cycle 9.9 HP -- in perfect working order -- electric start,with shift, choke, and throttle controlsin the cockpit. It has, also, two new wooden cabin doors (one of them a set of four slats, for which the companionway was originally designed, and one a single piece, designed, also, to fit perfectly into the companionway tracks.

Cockpit combing is teak and needs refinishing, as does the teak "rubrail" that runs forward and aft along the sides of the deck.It has a true marine head (illegal, however. Legality would require the installation of a holding tank or sanitation system).

In the port-side cockpit seat compartment there sit two batteries,a built-in charger, and a "main switch" with three settings. The charger accepts 120 volt shore power, so that batteries are always fully charged, if the vessel is kept at a slip. If it is kept at a mooring and the batteries should wane, one need only start the outboard by hand, with its auxiliary pull-start mechanism. The outboard's charger will then charge the batteries.

I would love to sell the boat before I commit to summer storage (on April 15.)

Theodore Silver MD: 631-630-2274
11-10-2013 12:16 PM
Taslawmed
Re: Info on the O'Day Outlaw??

November 10, 2013

Hello to All (AGAIN): I wish to sell my O'Day outlaw, located in NorthPort, Long Island. It is, now, in the water (covered). I is equipped with main and roller furled genoa (which, because of the roller furling acts, also, as a working jib and storm jib). It carries an Evinrude 2-cycle 9.9 HP -- in perfect working order -- electric start,with shift, choke, and throttle controlsin the cockpit. It has, also, two new wooden cabin doors (one of them a set of four slats, for which the companionway was originally designed, and one a single piece, designed, also, to fit perfectly into the companionway tracks.

Cockpit combing is teak and needs refinishing, as does the teak "rubrail" that runs forward and aft along the sides of the deck.It has a true marine head (illegal, however. Legality would require the installation of a holding tank or sanitation system).

In the port-side cockpit seat compartment there sit two batteries,a built-in charger, and a "main switch" with three settings. The charger accepts 120 volt shore power, so that batteries are always fully charged, if the vessel is kept at a slip. If it is kept at a mooring and the batteries should wane, one need only start the outboard by hand, with its auxiliary pull-start mechanism. The outboard's charger will then charge the batteries.

I would love to sell the boat before I commit to summer storage (on April 15.)

Theodore Silver MD: 631-630-2274

$4,500

631-630-6274
03-13-2013 03:52 PM
Taslawmed
Re: Info on the O'Day Outlaw??

Hello to All: I wish to sell my O'Day outlaw, located in NorthPort, Long Island. It is, now, in the water (covered). I is equipped with main and roller furled genoa (which, because of the roller furling acts, also, as a working jib and storm jib). It carries an Evinrude 2-cycle 9.9 HP -- in perfect working order -- electric start,with shift, choke, and throttle controlsin the cockpit. It has, also, two new wooden cabin doors (one of them a set of four slats, for which the companionway was originally designed, and one a single piece, designed, also, to fit perfectly into the companionway tracks.

Cockpit combing is teak and needs refinishing, as does the teak "rubrail" that runs forward and aft along the sides of the deck.It has a true marine head (illegal, however. Legality would require the installation of a holding tank or sanitation system).

In the port-side cockpit seat compartment there sit two batteries,a built-in charger, and a "main switch" with three settings. The charger accepts 120 volt shore power, so that batteries are always fully charged, if the vessel is kept at a slip. If it is kept at a mooring and the batteries should wane, one need only start the outboard by hand, with its auxiliary pull-start mechanism. The outboard's charger will then charge the batteries.

I would love to sell the boat before I commit to summer storage (on April 15.)

Theodore Silver MD: 631-630-2274
04-25-2011 02:21 AM
Bizzyrne
Oday

Hello,

Yes, I still have the boat. My outlaw was not equipped with an inboard, but I believe some of them were....I think it would be a pretty costly installation. The advantage of the outboard is you can pull it out of the water when you're not using it....and you can work on the engine in your garage - not in a cramped space. Another reason why I like the outboard is, like you said, simplicity......although, it would be cool....as long as you could spare the money

J
04-25-2011 02:04 AM
Scurvysailor
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bizzyrne View Post
Just FYI, I own the 1965 outlaw in Seattle. Im still looking to sell it, but its not really a great market for selling sailboats.

I also have water collecting in the compartment under the outboard well. I put in two access hatches to let it breathe when it wasn't in use, but that didn't solve it. Now I've drilled a hole in the bulkhead in the very bottom to allow the water in that compartment to drain out into the compartment under the **** pit. Once it drys out, Im going to pour in some epoxy to make sure all the nooks and crannys are filled in so water will stop collecting back there. If I dont do anything about it, I'll have to replace that bulkhead. Something I dont want to do.
Curious for a friend, if you still have the boat?

Also, the guy looking for inboard installation information, well, I've yet to see one installed in an Outlaw, but have considered the challenges and advantages or disadvantages of doing so. I like the ultra-simple aspect to the boat as is, and the inboard would definitely alter that appeal. Then again, were it an outstanding installation with a great engine, well, who could argue... that is unless one were paying to have the work performed.
04-25-2011 01:55 AM
Scurvysailor Hello fellow Outlaw drivers! Indeed, I found my Outlaw, a fine example from Marta's Vineyard, and lucky for me, found in Olympia Washington. That said, it appears that there are at least TWO examples of the Outlaw on the west coast, however PLEASE ADVISE if you have seen, heard of, or have any evidence of any other example on the west coast. Interesting reading about the issues you other owners are having, I too, have a difficult to contain minimal and mysterious leakage in the aft lockers, otherwise, she is a dry boat. I'm proud to be caring for hull number 55, and prouder still that I've located all but one owner all the way back to the new purchase in 1967 from Milford Boat Works in Connecticut. She is "Renegade", and sitting pretty in Sausalito right now.

Any other Outlaw people out there?
03-10-2011 02:39 PM
Bizzyrne
Outlaw

Just FYI, I own the 1965 outlaw in Seattle. Im still looking to sell it, but its not really a great market for selling sailboats.

I also have water collecting in the compartment under the outboard well. I put in two access hatches to let it breathe when it wasn't in use, but that didn't solve it. Now I've drilled a hole in the bulkhead in the very bottom to allow the water in that compartment to drain out into the compartment under the **** pit. Once it drys out, Im going to pour in some epoxy to make sure all the nooks and crannys are filled in so water will stop collecting back there. If I dont do anything about it, I'll have to replace that bulkhead. Something I dont want to do.
08-09-2010 10:32 PM
sonosail If you don't have these pictures, you are welcome to use them.
OUTLAW 26 (O'DAY ) Sailboat details on sailboatdata.com
05-22-2010 06:28 PM
calden Hey all:

I'm in the market for boat and have been perusing Craigslist ads within 5 hours drive of me. Found this in Seattle, and while looking up info on it saw that a couple of you guys are drooling quite heavily. If anyone reading this is still jonesing for an Outlaw there's one available...

1965 O'day outlaw sailboat

Carlos
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