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Boat Reviews By Owners

1965 -- 19' 0" O'DAY SAIL BOAT

Model: Rhodes 19

Cockpit: Ample space in this cockpit for a few people to enjoy a day sail.

Cabin: The little cuddy is just enough to keep some gear semi-dry. The floorboards keep everything up out of any bilge water.

Construction: Fiberglass, solid - yeah it is getting olde, but no signs of structural breakdown - just some gelcoat cracking

Handling: Some people like to race this boat - we just like a nice day's sail. 5 knots, 25 knots, this boat is great fun - and honestly, its hard to get in trouble with her - ours has a shoal draft centerboard and just the right amount of sail with the ability to reef.

Engine Room: Just a kicker to get up and down the creek emptying into the bay.

General Comments: We bought the older Rhodes after sailing a pile of boats including a few catboats. This boat can be sailed drier than a Daysailer but has more spunk than a catboat. A good boat for a family of sailers with different skill levels.

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Date Submitted: 2000-02-28

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