At one point, the O’Day line up of boats was one of the most popular in the nation starting with small day sailors and ranging into 40-footers. They had a step up for you as one grew with the sport. The O’Day 23 was one of the more popular trailerable boats. The O’Day 22 only had a shoal draft keel and so windward performance was not the best. With the introduction of the 23, C. Raymond Hunt, the designer included a centerboard which improved things dramatically. They built 1,000 of these boats. She has sleeping for 4 in a traditional cabin layout of the double forepeak berth and the port and starboard settees of which one pulls out for a wider berth. The head lies between the two cabins. There is a table midships in the main salon. The galley is stretched across the rear of the main cabin and is close to the companionway where dinners can be handed to the hungry crew in the cockpit. The headroom is 5’2”. The owner has too many boats and is lightening his inventory. He says it is ready to sail with the exception of it needs a new battery.