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Building 16' Dory w/ simple Sail Rig

I'm new to sailing and am heading back South to the Mobile Bay area.
What I am looking for is a simple sail rig I can handle myself.

The boat is just under 16 foot and I'm waiting for the epoxy and fiberglass. I don't want to catch so much wind as to overwhelm my lack of skills but then I want enough as to enjoy some quickness.

Any ideas? there is one idea from redbarnboats on youtube that looks pretty simple but maybe there are others.

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Re: Building 16' Dory w/ simple Sail Rig

Gaff rig might be the way ta go. Classic Dory lines and easy to fabricate. NOt too tall; but enuff sail area to get ya along.
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