In January I gave up on finding an Expo 14.2 and bought a 1984 Capri 14.2 and documented here its refit. As might be expected, after finishing the boat and sailing it once, an Expo 14.2 became available at a great price, so I bought it and sold the Capri the next day on Craigslist. I sailed the Expo yesterday and love the easy set up and take down and easier sailing with similar performance. While running downwind with the sail on the starboard side, I was hit by a big gust of maybe 15mph, and felt like a capsize could happen, so since letting the sheet out wasn't an option, I pushed the tiller towards the sail turning quickly to port, which worked to get upright. I'm not an experienced sailor but have found that this technique works when sailing upwind, but is it also the best way when sailing downwind?