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I have been trying to figure out how to do that with my Laker over the last few months. My problem is that I want everything removable except for some bolt on points. This way I will still have a nice boat for paddling when not sailing.
I plan on using an old fishing rod for a mast. Sail will initially be cheap poly tarp - can make a better one once the bugs are out of the design. The real issue is how to mount the mast without stays in a way that does not impinge too much on the hull structure.
Have experimented with SOF outriggers but they really don't go with a Laker - need to do some in S&G. Mounting them has the same issues as for the mast - they need to be secure without affecting the hull and also need to be positioned such that the paddle can still be used. I don't think they need to be very large - more important is to design them so they act as centreboards to help convert the sail generated lift into forward motion.
I believe the Laker will make a great basis for a sailing trimaran. Hopefully we can exchange ideas and progress reports in this thread and with any luck some others will join in too.