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This article is about the sailing dinghy primarily raced in the USA and Japan. For the sailing dinghy primarily raced in New Zealand and Australia, see Javelin dinghy (Australasia). For the sailing dinghy primarily raced in Europe, see Javelin dinghy (Europe).
For other uses of "Javelin", see Javelin (disambiguation).
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|Draft||CB 6" up/3'10" down|
|Hull weight||475 - 524 lbs|
|LWL||13 ft 2 in|
|Beam||5 ft 8 in|
|Keel/Board Type||49 lb galvanized steel plate|
|Mast Length||22' 11 3/8" (overall)|
|Mainsail area||90 ft2|
|Jib / Genoa area||35 ft2|
|Spinnaker area||127 ft2|
|Upwind Sail Area||125 ft2|
The Javelin is a 14-foot dinghy designed by Uffa Fox in 1960 and built by the O'Day company until 1984. The boat is a comfortable daysailer. Over 5000 were produced in the United States and the older "classic" models are still being built in Japan.
- "Centerboard Classes". US Sailing. Retrieved 31 July 2012.
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