Some years ago I built a Chesapeake 16 (from plans) and paddle it on our local estuary.
In glassy (windless) conditions the boat tracks beautifully, but once a breeze sets in, she develops the habit of weather-cocking (i.e. the boat will turn into/ or toward the wind).
Does anyone know how to trim a Chesapeake 16 in order to eliminate this annoying habit. Would a small skeg, or keel, placed near the stern help ?