Has a 2’11’ water draft and a 30’ air draft.
Hull bottom was painted with Trinidad this year. The deck is in good shape. Sails and rigging are in good shape. Jib needs a halyard line replaced ($157 at Vela Sailing). Cockpit is covered by a two level Bimini top so you can stand at the tiller. Interior cushions covers replaced 5 years ago. Has custom cockpit cushions. The front hatch was replaced with a new Bomar hatch two years ago. The wooden companionway boards were replaced with no maintenance starboard boards. The head is electric and has a removable portable waste tank. The head and galley sink has a foot pump. There is a shower curtain enclosure within the head and is powered by 12v water pump. There are plenty of storage cabinets and shelfs throughout. Halyards and all control lines are routed to the cockpit for easy singlehanded sailing.
Overall it could use a little refreshing here and there but It’s a great sailing boat.
I'm asking $5,500 so the new owner can buy a new motor and still have less invested than if they bought an equivalent Oday 272 with an older motor. The boat is worth more.
A new 9.9hp high thrust long shaft with electric start & electric tilt is $3,100. So for $8,600 invested ($5,500 + $3,100) you’ll have a nice boat with a brand new engine. Most Odays I’ve seen listed in this size are older and were listed for over $10,000 and for that you get an old engine.
At this price I expect this to go fast so if you’re interested, don’t delay. I’m selling because I’m looking for a much larger sailboat, a live-aboard.