O'Day Gold Medal Fleet 1973 Catalog
So here they are. The O'Day's for 1973… fourteen boats that dollar for dollar have more in them -- and more to them -- than any other boats you can buy… for a lot of reasons…
In her three seasons of racing, the 23 has beaten a host of larger, more racing-oriented competitors: both boat-for-boat and on corrected time.
For all 'round performance and handling, this great family boat offers an unbeatable opportunity for safe sailing and wholesome fun.
With the proven hull design of the Rhodes 19 as the basis, O'Day has come up with a comfortable cruising boat that's fast and has named it... The Mariner.
Well-matched to the rugged, displacement hull, the rig is strong, simple and powerful. Strong enough to withstand the screaming winds of San Francisco Bay.
O'Day has two Day Sailer models available to you… the original Day Sailer and the Day Sailer II introduced in 1971… both accepted by the Day Sailer Class Association.
She's a centerboarder that can be sailed right up to the beach, easily trailered and launched by only two people. The outboard-mounted rudder is quickly removed for trailering.
Widgeon… the smallest sailboat that's really practical for adults and is easily handled by youngsters. The excellent stability and good sailing characteristics of this Gold Medal fleet favorite.
Bangor Punta and O'Day Sailboat Accessories catalog from 1973 includes covers, gear, hatches, cushions, trailers, straps, poles, claws, extensions and much more.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-010-1972-C-CAT