O'Day Daysailer II Sail Data

# X-SD-5278

Sailboat Description

The O'Day Daysailer was designed by Uffa Fox in 1968. The Daysailer only draws 7" with the centerboard up so you can sail it right onto the beach. The Daysailer also features a self bailing cockpit, positive foam floatation and non-skid decks and seats. If auxillary power is needed you can mount up to an 8 h.p. outboard to the reinforced transom. You also have a cuddy for storage.

LOA 16'9"
LWL 16'
Beam 7'
Draft 7" up and 3'9" down
Weight 575 lbs.
Sail Area 145 sq. ft.
Weight 575 lbs.
Mast Length 24'3"

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Boat Specifications

Length16 ft
Builder/DesignerUffa Fox
Source of DataClass Rules

Rig Dimensions

I
16ft
(4876mm)
J
6ft
(1828mm)
P
n/a
E
n/a
I2/P2
n/a
J2/E2
n/a

Sail Data

Jibsail

Luff15ft
Foot7ft
Leech13ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
CommentsJib per sail plan/class rules

Mainsail

Luff20.5ft
Foot10ft
Leech21.75ft
Head0.38ft
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsmid girth 6'6", upper and lower batten pockets 30.5", 2 middle batten pockets 40.5"

Spinnaker

Luffn/a
Foot12ft
Leechn/a
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stay15.25ft
Commentshead to mid foot 16'

*A computer algorithm was used to determine this figure based on partial data (usually the I, J, E, and P). These data points should be carefully checked. More Details >

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