The O'Day 31 is known for its wide decks, big foredeck, large cockpit and comfortable interiors.
Standard items on this boat include 4 opening ports, teak bulkheads and trim, teak and holly sole, U-shaped convertible dinette, L-shaped galley, quarterbench and chart table, berths for 6, head with shower and great 6'1' headroom.The Peregrine is no exception!
In addition, the owners have done many upgrades including new head, new teak, new hatch screens, recent bottom job and much more! See full specifications for the complete list of improvements.
This 1986 model O'Day 31 is a well-equipped and well-maintained boat that will offer you years of carefree cruising with your family and friends!
Contact Capt Rick Weiler, a lifetime of experience you can count on. Call 832-738-6251 CaptRickWeiler.com
Number of double berths: 3
Number of heads: 1
The Peregrine is a 31' sloop rigged sailboat with fin keel (lead), spade rudder, keel stepped mast and Universal inboard diesel auxilary engine. Aluminum mast, spreaders & boom. Stainless steel standing rigging with bronze & stainless steel turnbuckles & fittings. Stainless steel bow & stern pulpits with double stainless steel lifelines on stainless steel stanchions. Aft cockpit with wheel steering.
The interior of the O’Day 31 is comfortably roomy with a functional layout that includes: Forward V-berth. Head starboard side aft of V-berth cabin. Main salon with port settee & starboard dinette. Galley port side aft in main salon. Navigation station starboard side aft in main salon. One starboard quarterberth.
Current survey available to review.
Large double V-berth.
Teak bulkhead in forepeak with opening to storage.
Storage under and aft of berth.
Bifold, louvered doors provides privacy.
Head compartment is forward on the starboard side.
Molded fiberglass vanity with sink, manual fresh water faucet, bin & storage locker.
Teak-framed cabinet with sliding plexiglass doors & shelf.
Groco manual flush marine toilet.
Hanging locker to port with louvered teak door and 2 drawers.
Stand up shower stall.
U-shape dinette to starboard with padded seatbacks.
Dinette table with formica top.
The dinette converts to a double 6’6” long berth.
Large straight settee to port with hinged seatback to provide more space when sleeping.
Teak cabinets outboard of settees.
Overhead teak grab rails.
L- shaped galley to port with a formica counter and trimmed in teak.
Tasco, 2 burner gimbaled alcohol stove with a storage locker underneath.
Deep stainless steel sink with manual fresh water faucet.
Pressurized hot and cold water.
Insulated ice box.
Storage bins, utensil trays, storage cabinet with dish racks over cabinet.
Hinged panel to provide access to engine.
Chart table on the starboard side aft of the dinette and forward of the quarter berth.
The table has 2 drawers, hinged lid and a formica top trimmed in teak.
Panel over the chart table has space for electronics.
Long quarter berth (6’6”) with storage underneath and shelves over is in the aft of the navigation area.
6" Ritchie Compass
VHF Radio: ICOM IC 502
Autopilot: Raytheon ST 4000 (Needs work)
Depth Sounder: Raymarine Depth/Speed
Wind: Raymarine Digital
Loran "C": Raytheon 570
Chart Plotter: Raymarine RC 435
Entertainmant Electronics: Clarion CD Player & 2 Jenson & 2 Box Speakers
See Updates & Improvements Below for More Electronics
DC Voltage: 12 Volt System
Batteries: 2, Group 24 Lead acid
Acid proof battery boxes with covers
Secure & properly color-coded battery cables
Charge Pro Battery Charger
AC Voltage: 30 Amp - 120 Volt System
Shore Power-Inlet: Marinco 30 Amp
Shore Power Breaker: Dual pole breaker for shore power at distribution panel
Shore Power Cord: 30 Amp, Marinco Cords
See Updates & Improvements Below for More Electrical
Deck Surface: Tan non skid painted
Ports: All Opening
Hatches: All Opening with new screens
Ventilation: Dorade Box Vents
Canvas: full Bimini covering for Cockpit
Dodger frame work without canvas inculded.
Stainless steel bow pulpit/rail
Double, vinyl covered lifelines
FRP & Teak Toe Rails
Anchor Locker accessed from top deck with hatch lock
Teak grab rails on top sides of cabin
Standard cockpit layout with pedestal steering
Lazarette storage area
U-Shaped seating in open cockpit area with cushions
Raytheon Raychart 425 Color GPS and Chartplotter 04/2003
Raritan 12 gallon Water Heater 06/2003
Battery charger installed 2005
2 batteries 04/2008
New Upholstry 02/2009
New Harken Roller Furling 04/2009
New Head and Plumbing 08/2009
New Sunbrella bimini, winch covers, mainsail cover 12/2009
New Nicro Cowl Vents 07/2010
New Galley Faucet 04/2010
New Main and 130% Roller Furling Headsail with Sunbrella UV cover 06/2011
Last Bottom Job 03/2012
Last Complete Engine Service 03/2012
Repack of Packing Gland with Goretex Dripless Packing 03/2012
New Solar Deck Vent Installed 03/2012
New Rub Rail and Trim Installed 03/2012
Hull Compound and Wax 03/2012
All Deck Teak replaced 05/2012
Cabin Sole Refinished 06/2012
New Hatch Screens 03/2013
Portable 8000 BTU/hr Everstar AC
Teak cockpit table and drink holder
Harken roller furling genoa gear - new 04/2008
Stainless steel swim ladder
Spare small Danforth anchor
Raymarine ST60 knot, wind and depth instruments
Raymarine ST4000+ autopilot - not working
Icom IC- VHF radio with cockpit CommandMic
Interior cushions above average - new 02/2009
*Raymarine ST4000+ autopilot - not working
The boat was originally named Moonlight Sonata and hailed from Youngstown New York on Lake Ontario. It was moved to Dallas in 04/2005 and arrived in Kemah in 11/2008. We purchased the boat in 08/2009 and have thoroughly enjoyed it since then. We renamed it Peregrine in 03/2012. The engine currently has 256 hours on it; however, some of those are not real. I didn't realize when we first bought the boat that when shutting the engine off, the hour meter stayed accumulating time unless the key was turned off. I would estimate probably 20 hours or so are not real. It had 154 on it when we purchased the boat. So over the past 3 years we have put just at 100 hours on the engine.
The Listing Brokerage 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 regardless of information provided. 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. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat. All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.
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