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uw1971 11-08-2009 04:51 PM

Oday 39 and 40 owners
 
I'm John on board the Oday 40 Marylee. This is our third year living aboard our boat.

I'm trying to compile a list of 39's and 40's with serial numbers. I guess I'm just curious about the number of these models still out there.

I know a few of you and I've met quite a few so far in our travels. If you would like to send me info on your 40 or 39 I would really appreciate it.

John
sv Marylee Oday 40


I see I have to post 2 or greater to post links so I guess this is 1.

uw1971 11-08-2009 04:53 PM

You can email me direct at jandm@sailmarylle.com if you wish or post here.

Our web site is s/v Marylee Trip Log

John
sv Marylee Oday 40

logden 11-09-2009 08:45 PM

Hull #17: O'Day 39
 
I have recently sold my O'Day 39 "MORPHEUS" (Hull #17).

robob353 12-29-2009 07:36 PM

I liveaboard a 40 #177. Shes a 1987.

danmonk 04-26-2010 06:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by logden (Post 540240)
I have recently sold my O'Day 39 "MORPHEUS" (Hull #17).

we are Morpheus' new owners, and she's the greatest.:)

jackchad 08-04-2010 12:14 PM

O Day 39 Owner
 
We have O Day 39 number 81 1984 that we bought March 2006. Now named Dror, was Sparrow.

Great Boat, have spent 4 years unmuddling it.

Numerous projects including large holding tank, solar panels, refrigeration, new water heater, new cushions, track on mast for spinnaker pole, new standing and running rigging, lifelines, windlass and more.

Also stripped the bottom and epoxy coated last spring.

Happy to help with advice. jack@greatboatgear.com

Have just started a sailing Blog Welcome

So far only has solar panels but working on the rest.

TSL 11-12-2010 01:09 PM

Purchase hull 54 a 39' 1983. Now on the hard in Wisconsin with a long list of projects

uw1971 12-03-2010 12:30 AM

Oday 39 and 40's
 
Thanks for all your responses. So far I have been able to account for 13 O39's and 14 O40's. I have personally met 7 of these owners and spent time on their boats.

So far I have hulls #17 thru 106 in the 39's and 131 thru 193 in the 40's. I am guessing that there was approximately 200 of our style boats made.

For all the doubters of the Oday line that may stumble across this post I would like to add that my wife and I have put over 15,000 miles behind us in the past three years. We have sailed the Great Lakes, the East Coast from the Keys to Martha's Vineyard and made two trips to the Bahamas. We are landlocked for a year but will set out for the Caribbean in 2012.

Great boat!

smackdaddy 12-09-2010 01:02 PM

How would you guys compare the build quality of the 39 with a Hunter or Bene? Is it a composite hull below the waterline?

O'Day seems to always get lost in the brand discussions, but I've seen some favorable comments about them from more racer-oriented sailors.

blt2ski 12-14-2010 10:24 PM

IIRC the boats talked about are Jeanneau's brought over by O'Day or built over here in the states, but a Jeanneau Sunn Fizz design. One can find some more info at www.jeanneau-owners.com too!

marty


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