$1,800 OBO 1978 Oday 22 in Savannah, Georgia

Price: $1,800
Date/Time:10 Apr, 05:09 a.m. EST
Type: Sailboats
State: Georgia  City: Savannah  Boat type: Sailboats
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Great little boat. Just sailed and motored down from VT, and it's time to move onto the next adventure. Boat: "Tern" xxxx 22 Oday. Last owners hardly used her and she sat on land by Lake Champlain. Two main sails and a brand new hank on 110% jib ($500). Deck stepped mast comes down easy. Simple rigging makes for pleasant single handing. Very agile boat that points well into the wind. Great for bay sailing and a veteran of nearshore ocean cruising. She's seen 8 ft seas and while I don't recommend it, she can handle some nasty conditions. Shoal keel draws less than 3ft, great for tucking up into otherwise inaccessible anchorages. 2 Danforth anchors included as well as lots of other boat things. New battery and VHF radio, boating equipment alone is worth the asking price. Berth room for 4, I lived comfortably on her for 5 months. 3 gal Porta-head. Two soft spots on in the decking fiberglass, and a seeping through hole. For an old boat she's a champ, helped me get through some tall water in thunderstorms in the Chesapeake. Motor: Late 90s Johnson 9.9hp Outboard. 2 cycle. Gave it a lot of TLC, and she got a new carborator in Cape May. Very reliable, pushed me all the way down the ICW, used it almost daily for months. Draws from 3 gal gas tank. Cruises comfortably at 5 kts for about 30 stat. miles. It really pushes the boat and will get you into inlets against the strong low country tides. Trailor: Just refurbished, and brought down from VT. 17 ft long. Tern was my home for the winter and a lovely adventure partner. If your looking for a solid and compact sailboat with a history of reliability and adventure, this is the boat for you. She's far more than just a day sailer.