Designed by John Deknatel of the C. Raymond Hunt design team, this O’Day 192 is a clean pocket cruiser that is so easily towed behind a small vehicle and can be launched and retrieved easily and rigging her is a simple as you get. Her keel configuration is that of a shoal keel with centerboard which means she is self-righting with the board up or down and when the board is down, you have very good windward performance. Inside she has berths for 4. Her mast is hinged on deck and the rig is fractional, which means you have a large main and smaller headsail for easier sail management. The owners have taken good care of the boat cleaning her each spring, buffing the hull and applying wax. The deck is power sprayed and then PTEN is applied for UV protection. The wood is treated with Sikkens Cetol and the interior teak is oiled. The owner claims the sails are in good condition.