Hello! I was looking for a 14 or 15' boat to learn on and settled on a Capri 14.2 that is in great shape. I'm currently making the trailer more road-worthy, but hope to get out on the water soon. But frankly, after reading dozens of posts on this forum to learn from you guys, I'm half-way afraid to raise the sails! Is it a given that I'm going to turn the boat over? In my mind, it's a mixed message... I see that lots of folks end up overturned and others report sailing for decades without incident. I'd prefer to be one of the latter! Here what I'm doing pre-sail. I've replaced all of the lines with each new rope being a different color. I've ordered a Baby-Bob mast float and will not get anywhere near the water until it's installed. I've got years of boating experience in the Chesapeake Bay, but I'll be learning to sail well upriver in relatively protected waters. I will never, NEVER cleat the mainsheet!!! I have sailed a small Hobie Cat once and never felt near turning over. But I understand that each type of boat is different. Am I going to be able to enjoy this boat once I get the feel of it, or is sailing it going to be a constant "on-the-edge" experience? Thanks very much for all that I've already learned from your past posts!