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Price: $22,900
Brand: O'day
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1987
Length: 40 ft.
Name: Camelot
Location: Erie, PA


40 Oday 1987

Builder: O'Day

LOA: 39'7"
Beam: 12'7"
Displacement: 18000 lbs
Draft: 6'4"
Bridge Clearance: 57'
Ballast: 6600 lbs.

Engine: Westerbeke Diesel
Engine HP: 46
Hours: 720

Fuel: 42 gal.
Water: 107 gal.
6 gal. hot water
Holding: 15 gal.

• I = 52.00'
• J = 15.25'
• P = 46.00'
• E = 13.25'
• Sail Area = 701.3 sq.ft.
• Foretriangle = 396.5 sq.ft.
• Mainsail = 304.8 sq.ft.
• Mast height above waterline = 57'

You enter the main salon with the galley to port and the navigation area to starboard. Forward of this is the seating area with a U-shaped settee to port and a straight settee to starboard, with blue upholstery and an end table forward to starboard. A drop-leaf table allows dining in comfort. Shelving and lockers top the lengths of the settees. The port settee has a fill-in piece which converts this settee to a very comfortable double berth.
The galley is aft to port and has a countertop facing forward and open to the salon. Double stainless steel sinks are set at a 45 degree angle, and a propane stove with oven just aft. Aft and abeam is a long countertop with refrigeration. Ample storage is provided by numerous cabinets
The chart table with comfortable seat is to starboard and has storage and plenty of room for instrumentation to its side.
Access follows to the aft cabin. There is a hanging locker and queen sized berth flanked by shelves.
Forward is a v-berth cabin with shelving surrounds. There is a head with sink, toilet, lockers for storage, and teak grating for the shower area.
Seven can be comfortably accommodated for sleeping in three separate cabins.
• 12vdc & 110vac Norcold refrigeration with freezer.
• 6.1 cubic foot icebox
• Two burner propane stove with oven
• 4-1/2 lb. propane tank
• Hot & cold pressure water

• Ritchie compass at binnacle
• Datamarine depth sounder with alarm
• Datamarine speed / log
• Datamarine windspeed / apparent wind indicator
• Garmin 162 Plotter/GPS at Nav station
• Datamarine Multi at Nav
• Icom VHF radio
• Maxima AM/FM/Cassette

Electrical & Mechanical:
• 4 Cylinder Westerbeke diesel, 46 hp
• Fresh water cooling
• Cockpit controls
• 1-1/4" Bronze shaft with 2 blade propeller
• 2 House batteries, 1 starting battery
• 3 Bank battery charger, hard wired
• 110vac Shore power with cord
• Holding tanks with pumpout
• Automatic bilge pump
• Wheel steering

Sails & Rigging:
• Neil Pryde fully battened mainsail with 2 reef points
• Neil Pryde 130% roller furling genoa with UV screen
• Hood Seafurl roller furling
• Shore Sails cruising spinnaker with Spinnaker chute
• Spinnaker halyard
• Aft lead halyards, reefing & sheets
• Anderson #46 Self-tailing Primaries, Barient #27 Self-Tailing 2ndaries, Anderson #46 Self-Tailing on Starboard Coach-roof, Barient Self-tailing on Port Coach-roof

Deck & Hull:
• Built-in swim platform
• Bow & stern pulpits
• Double lifeline with port & starboard gates
• Danforth anchor
• Anchor roller and well
• Horseshoe and bracket

Contact Tracy Buczak CPYB,, 814-455-6800, 716-680-4554 cell, 960 West Bayfront Parkway, Erie, PA 16507

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tracy Buczak, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Erie, PA


Phone: 814-455-6800

Tracy has sailed for over 30 years. As a former winner at Youngstown Level Regatta, he met Don Finkle and built a relationship that lead to his position at RCR. In addition to sailing, Tracy has a USCG Master’s Captain’s License. He considers himself lucky to have turned my avocation into his vocation. Sharing his knowledge and love for sailing and boating in general with both experienced boaters and those new to the sport has given him great pleasure and added new friendships to his life. As a founding member of Sail Erie helped shape the group of sailors with common interests focused on cruising and educational activities in the Greater Erie area. Tracy joined RCR Yachts in late 2001 and helped open RCR Erie in the spring of 2002. Since then he has enjoyed building our Erie office as a successful part of Erie and our regions boating community. Hundreds of boats, both power and sail have been sold from this office and their owners have joined the RCR Family of owners. We continue to focus our efforts to making the buying and boating experience a good one for our customers.