$10,999.00 CAD /
Base Boat with Standard Equipment listed below
F.O.B. Fort Erie, Ontario
US Pricing Available Upon Request, HST/GST Extra in Canada
No Taxes payable on boats shipped to the USA, Brokerage Fees $250.00 USD, shipping extra.

The CL14 was designed to provide safe and comfortable day sailing with up to four persons aboard, and for competitive racing by a crew of two. The CL14 has proven to be an excellent boat for training both youngsters and adults in the art of sailing. The experienced sailor will love to single-hand the CL14 as it is a quick, well behaved, responsive sloop that gracefully jumps onto plane and is known to fly the optional Spinnaker along with Trapeze. Proof of this is found in sailing clubs and schools across North America where the CL14 has been a popular choice amongst institutions, cottagers and weeknight racers.

The handcrafted, hand-laid, Canadian-designed CL14 (introduced in 1973) proves to be a simple, yet effective dinghy design. Easy rigging leads to a fast start, as the main focus should be on sailing. The hull’s double-chine offers a superior balance between stability and speed in light and heavier weather conditions - giving a satisfying experience for all sailors. The large deep open cockpit provides dry, comfortable sailing with easy accessible forward storage. The ‘unsinkable’ hull has all-around sealed foam buoyancy for safety and support in case of capsize. The pivoting centreboard and rudder blade allow sailing in shallow water and prove beneficial when launching or beaching the boat.

The CL14 comes standard with a furling jib. This facilitates spinnaker work, beaching the boat or docking safely.
This rugged boat can be sailed with equal assurance in either open or inland lakes, and it instills confidence in both
beginners and experienced helmsmen and crew.

The CL14's light weight allows it to be be easily handled on and off a trailer or dolly. The mast can be stepped
single-handed or you can choose the optional pivoting mast to save time while launching from a trailer.
The CL14 can also be anchored safely on exposed moorings, and can be sailed straight off a shallow beach.

Specifications: tr>
L.O.A 14'2" 4.3 m
L.W.L 13'11" 4.1 m
Beam : 5'7" 1.7 m
Draft : c/b 3'6 1.05 m
Draft : 8" 20 cm
Weight : 260 Lbs 118 kg
Mainsail Area: 75.4 sq.ft. 7.0 sq.m
Jib Sailarea: 40 sq.ft. 3.71 sq.m
Portsmouth Rating : 96

Standard Equipment
  • White or Off-White hull and deck w/blue coveline multi-stripe
  • North Sails Mainsail in white 4 oz. dacron,
    c/w insignia, Class nos., battens, 1 reef, tell-tales, leechline, sailbag
  • North Sails Jib Sail to match mainsail, c/w window, tell-tales, leechline
  • Mainsail Reefing System
  • Jib Furling Gear
  • RWO Plain-bearing blocks
  • Mid-boom sheeting w/Harken cleating arm
  • Anodized aluminum mast and boom (foam filled)
  • Stainless steel rigging and fittings,
  • Quality 3/8" Dacron sheets
  • Stainless Steel Auto Bailer
  • 3:1 Boom-vang
  • Allen Bros. Jib fairleads/cleats
  • Pivoting fiberglass centreboard and rudderblade
  • Aluminum rudderhead, aluminum tiller with golf grip extension
  • Maintenance free fibreglass thwart
  • Hiking straps, boweye

    Popular Options
  • Colored Sails (North) (Double-blue/white or Orange/gold/white)
  • Shoreland'r Bunk Trailer
  • Hull Color
  • Pivoting Mast
  • UV Protection on furling jib
  • Additional auto-bailer
  • Wind Pennant or Windex Indicator
  • High Density Plastic Motor Pad
  • Torqeedo Electric Motor
  • Custom Canvas Mooring Cover
  • Sunbrella Sailcover
  • Launching Dolly
  • Spinnaker
  • Trapeze

    Additional Information
  • Option and price list
  • Pictures
  • Online manual
  • CL14 online forum