And I'm nervous, to say the least... I don't have a Baby Bob, I don't have a tiller tamer, and the water temps are just now approaching 60 degrees. BUT- I can't wait any longer. It's time. I'm dying to go sailing, and although I'm as green as they come, I'm going for it. I've convinced my wife to come along as crew (that's been the toughest sell yet!) and we're planning on hitting the lake tomorrow morning while the winds are light, in order to ease into things. I figure, hey - what's the WORST thing that could happen? We capsize, turtle, and spend a few hours on the hull, waiting for a motorboat to come along and bail us out? I suppose worse things COULD happen, but realistically, that's likely to be the darkest moment we'll encounter. And honestly, my wife looks pretty great in a swimsuit - so a few more hours on the boat wouldn't be so bad! I'm looking for any last-minute words of wisdom; anything a sailing neophyte should know? My only real sail time was on a Lighting, and that thing was darn near impossible to capsize! I felt so stable in that boat; I'm expecting the Capri to be much different... Thoughts?