I am the happy owner of a 1990 Capri 14.2 that is in fantastic shape. I have the original paperwork where the buyer opted for colored sails. In looking at the photos, and looking at the photos of boats racing, the cut on these sails is different.( notice the seams and the shapes of the panels. I was wondering if these are "other than standard." If anyone can enlighten me I would appreciate it. I am relatively new to sailing, and have enjoyed the boat after teaching myself on an escape "rumba." The first time out I looked at the stern plug and thought it was all the way in, only to tip over later in the middle of a small lake, turtle, and have to paddle upside down all the way to shore. I had about 20 to 30 gallons of water inside the hull. It turtled right away and I spent an hour or two trying to right it. I guess the water inside filled the sides and made it like a giant suction cup. Luckily it was a light wind day and a small lake. I have made the adjustment to the traveller and am switching to smaller diameter lines for the jib. I would like to thank all for the posts, as they really help a newcomer.