I've never been stopped in Mission Bay for exceeding the speed limit on a sailboat.
Faster? Bigger boat? I don;t think the Bravo can carry a bigger sail.
I agree with Matt. Without shrouds and a forestay you would start to exceed the limits of the design and things would start to go snap, snap. The wave is only a foot longer than the Bravo and yet look at the beam and the sail area difference between the two. It is significant. That is due to the fact that the wave has the type of rigging it does. I worry that if I had two adults weighing in at 200lbs each the boat would not begin to heel and that a-frame would just snap. The Bravo is what it is. A great little boat to get out on quick, not deal with a lot of rigging and not worry about getting over powered. I have had a Dart 18 & currently have a Dart 15. Both high performance fiberglass cats, but I love my Bravo for the overall convience.