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Designed by C. Raymond Hunt & Associates and introduced into the O’Day line in 1981, the O’Day 35 was one of the more successful cruising designs built by O’Day. The original design had an overall length of exactly 34’. In 1985, the transom was modified slightly and a "scoop transom" with a boarding/swim platform was molded in. The change resulted in the addition of 11-1/2" to the LOA and the O'Day 35 was born! Both versions share the same waterline length of 28’ 9", the same beam of 11’ 3", and the same approximate displacement of 11,500 lbs. Hull construction is a solid laminate of fiberglass and plastic resin.
"Sound Advice" has been well maintained and thoroughly enjoyed by its owners. Her features are many and her problems are few. They have decided to parts way and and find the next crew, who will undoubtedly enjoy her as they have over the years.
Read on and learn all about this wonderful cruiser, "Sound Advice". Then come have a look!
Sleeps six. Forward cabin is double V-berth with filler and 6’ 6” sleeping length. Bin storage is underneath each. Berth-length storage shelves port and starboard. Aft of berth are three generous storage drawers. Aft of drawers is hanging locker. Opposite hanging locker is enclosed head with manual W.C. plumbed directly to holding tank, vanity and sink with storage below, pressurized hot and cold running water and showering nozzle(shower sump not working). Additional storage outboard of vanity and head. Large mirror on forward bulkhead.
Next aft is the main cabin, with settees port and starboard. (6’ 4” sleeping length). Bin storage (along with water tanks) underneath each settee. Port settee pulls out to form double berth. Sliding door storage compartments and shelves above the P&S settees. Dining table is permanently mounted between settees and has two leaves can seat six for meals. Additional stowage in center of dining table.
Aft to port is the galley, extends back to companionway opening.
Opposite galley is the Nav Station and generous pantry cabinet just forward of Nav desk. Aft of Nav station is the quarter berth (the sixth) with 6’ 4” sleeping length. Six overhead interior lights are installed, as well as two reading lamps on forward bulkhead of port and starboard settees. Sole is teak and holly, and woodwork is unfinished teak in excellent shape and oiled yearly.
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Length at Waterline||8.76m|
|Fresh Water Tank||227.12 l ()|
|Fuel Tank||113.56 l ()|
|Holding Tank||49.21 l ()|