O'Day Javelin Sailboat with Specifications and Standard Features (1967)
In designing Javelin, a fast-growing class that's being sailed and raced throughout the country, special emphasis was placed on stability (a beam that measures 4'6" at the waterline) and roominess (almost ten feet of cockpit space). All this, without sacrificing speed and maneuverability.
Javelin is unusually stable ... but she'll ghost in zephyrs and plane in heavier winds. She'll move out nicely, too, with a 7 hp outboard or smaller.
- Length: 14';
- Beam: 5'8"; Draft:
- Centerboard up 6"; down 3'10";
- Keel model 2';
- Sail area: 125 sq. ft.
- Positive foam flotation
- Foam filled spars
- Anodized aluminum spars
- Cam action main and jib cleats
- Roller reefing
- Combination paddle and boom crutch
- Kick-up rudder and centerboard
- Philippine mahogany floorboards Drain plug in cockpit
- Adjustable jib sheet leads
- Bow eye
- Wire jib halyard
- Vinyl gunwale guard
- 2 year warranty.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-002-1967-C-CAT