A few extra points. While turtled, and very stable, take a few moments to make sure that all sheets and traveler are uncleated. Also make sure the hiking stick is not fouled in any lines, allowing the boat to round into the wind once righted. If it is really blowing then the boat will unturtle quickly, with the wind helping push on the tramp. AND remember to hold onto the dolphen striker once the boat is at the point of 'no return' to keep it from cartwheeling. Last time I flipped, it was really blowing (25+) and the boat unturtled and righted within 1 minute of my leaning. The only time I couldn't unturtle the boat solo was down in Columbia Gorge with big wind and 4-5+ ft waves. The waves kept knocking me off the hull while I attempted leaning out. Fortunately there were several windsurfers, and one sailed over, tethered to my boat and together we righted the boat.