O'Day 1967 Sailboat Catalog
Sailboarding! The word conjures up images combining the excitement of sailing with the thrills of surfing -- and that's just about what happens.
This high-speed planing sailboat has a self-tending jib and a bendy rig that automatically adjusts the molded sail shape — no matter what the weather.
Seven-Eleven makes up in fun and utility what she lacks in size. She's a great family fun boat, and ideal yacht tender, rowing or outboard dinghy (takes up to a 3 hp motor). Not just for kids.
This unassuming boat hides, behind a simple single-sail exterior, the heart of one of the fastest little giants on the frostbite racing circuit.
Fast-moving, lively, incredibly maneuverable -- that's Sprite. This roomy sailboat holds three or four youngsters, one or two adults, and can be sailed cat rigged...
Here's a modest-cost family sailboat with extra safety and handling ease built in. Her long, roomy cockpit seats six easily; the cuddy cabin accommodates two.
Large enough for parents to sail with their children, small enough for a youngster to handle alone or race with a crew — just two features that make Widgeon so popular.
In designing Javelin, a fast-growing class that's being sailed and raced throughout the country, special emphasis was placed on stability and roominess.
The boat that launched 10,000 weekends, we call her, but that's an understatement because today there are nearly 4000 Day Sailers throughout the country.
A relative newcomer to the sailing scene — but already one of the largest classes in the country. Today, there are more than 1500 of these beautiful boats sailing ...
Mariner might be the roomiest 19-footer afloat … a happy combination of day sailer, racer, and overnight cruiser. The perfect balance between her proven hull design ...
Designed by Philip L. Rhodes to O'Day's specifications, Tempest combines a hull of medium displacement that's easily driven with a full masthead rig for the most efficient performance.
If getting away from it all has meant leaving all of the comforts behind, you owe yourself a look at the Outlaw. This largest O'Day boat is spaciousness personified ...
Young in years but an old-timer in the award category, International Tempest has established for herself an enviable reputation in a very short time.
There are other reasons why O'Day has the kind of satisfied customers and reputation that other boat-builders eye enviously.
Here you'll find all the specifications for the O'Day sailboats that were included in the 1967 O'Day Catalog.
GG Archives REF: BPODY-002-1967-C-CAT