O'Day Javelin 14-foot Dinghy Sailboat

Six persons are comfortable in Javelin's large cockpit that's nearly 10' long with contoured seats molded the full length. Beneath the foredeck, behind a lockable hatch, is loads of dry storage for sails, lunch, and gear, and an insulated icebox is built into the cockpit seat as standard equipment.

O'Day Javelin Sailboat Sales Information and Specifications (1966)

1966 O'Day Javelin Sailboat Sales Information and Specifications

An exciting fourteen footer that will delight and please anyone with a flair for sailing a small boat. Its unique design is truly a break from convention...

O'Day Javelin Sailboat

1967 O'Day Javelin Sailboat

In designing Javelin, a fast-growing class that's being sailed and raced throughout the country, special emphasis was placed on stability and roominess.

Easy Sailing for a Family of Three on a New 1971 O'Day Javelin Sailboat.

The New 1971 O'Day Javelin Sailboat

Sailing for the entire family demands room in the cockpit, stowage and safety plus an easily handled rig. Javelin has all of this and more. She's a center-boarder that can be sailed right up to the beach, and easily trailered and launched by two people.

O'Day Javelin Sailboat

1973 O'Day Javelin Sailboat

She's a centerboarder that can be sailed right up to the beach, easily trailered and launched by only two people. The outboard-mounted rudder is quickly removed for trailering.

 

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