Keep in mind that the wind that tipped you over is not blowing on that tramp, and the wind will turn you boat around if you stand on one end of your hull.
The wind will aslo help you right your boat.
Read this page. http://www.hobiecat.com/community/viewtopic.php?t=1570
Make sure you sails won't catch when you right you boat or she'll leave you behind. Even with the sails out she may start to pull away. Always hold onto your boat. the last thing you ever want is to be far from land and your boat.
Standing on one end of the hull has never worked for me....Maybe I don't weigh enough (145lb) the only thing that seems to swing the sail into the wind is if I swim the mast....I'll go out to the bob and swim so the sail is upwind...then ill use the forestay to pull myself back to the boat ASAP then...flip it back over...
I understand the theory of standing on one end of the hull....but for me it just does not work....the boat will not pivot around and bring the mast around into the wind. Again I just don't think i weigh enough.