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Based on the middle picture I would say designed by Garden
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I have *always* been into mulch, that's why when the in-law offered it, I grabbed it!!!

Hey, even if it never sails at least I've got a nautical themed planter...

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I am not certain on this one at all, but it looks like it might be an O'Day Daysailer II.

That would be about the right vintage.

Is that a rock on the starboard rail????
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It has registration numbers/decal on it. The paperwork associated with that should have manufacturer, length and HIN.
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I am not certain on this one at all, but it looks like it might be an O'Day Daysailer II.

That would be about the right vintage.

Is that a rock on the starboard rail????
Gary,

You may be correct about it being an O'Day D.S. As I recall they came with an optional rock.
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Huh.

I knew my O'Day was missing something back when.

I owned one of the original Daysailors and had a ball with it. I even took it to
Catalina from Long Beach a couple of times. (Picked my weather REAL carefully!)

Sweet little boat. When you got her up on a plane, her centerboard would hum. That was my speedometer. When the board hummed, I was hauling mass!
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Mmmmm... Had a Daysailer too... I don't think that's a Daysailer. The bow was more plumb, I think.....

Could be wrong...

Do you have a picture of the insignia on the main sail?

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I don't have a picture of the insignia, yet. I did find a web site that matched mainsail insignias with manufacturers but didn't see mine in it. It'll be tomorrow evening before I can post that as we have a function at the house tonight.

Re: the rock. I know its a poor substitute, but until I find a carbide deck gun that's all the armament I have...

I had thought to look up the NY registration not only on the bow but also on the registration sticker, alas to no avail. But if anyone knows of the web site that has such data I'd be most grateful.
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I got a shot of the symbol on the mainsail. I have two sets of sails, both have the same symbol and they were both sold by the same dealer. Unfortunately, I don't know how to embed them, only attached them as attachments.
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Go the the local bookstore or libary. There is a book available called the" Field Guide to Sailboats of North America". You should be able to figure out what it is that way. If I remember correctly the boats are arranged from smallest to biggest. If someone doesn't pop up with the answer soon, that would be a quick easy way to identify the boat. (Will also give you all the specs for the boat as well as background info.)
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