My Capri 14.2 is in the water today. But, as I sail it, i find that it is a miserable little boat, with no way to reef unless I add hardware, a silly shock cord that runs the entire length of the floor to the stern to coax the centerboard down, halyards that are too large for the cleats on the mast, the need to reef if the breeze is over 15mph, and the "traveler" on the stern wraps itself around everything back there including the trolling motor when it is slack. So, i removed the "traveler" and rigged a 2:1 on the barney post alone. I made some reeling cleats out of a cutting board I bought at Bed Bath and Beyond to make the inside reef points workable. I shortened the centerboard bungie cord to connect under the barney post so it would be something less to stumble in in the small cockpit. Not spending any money on new halyards unless I fall in love with it. I took an adjustable aluminum door jam and fabricated a boom kicker that works well. Added hardware and small mechanical advantage to the main sail reef set up. Added lazy jacks to prevent the mainsail from coming down into the cockpit as it is lowered. Works better than having none at all. My dream boat is a Beneteau 235 but they are too expensive and too far away. I guess I settled for the Capri 14.2. If I can't get it to work less miserably with the next few weeks, its going to the sale yard. It getting better.