I capsized my Oasis yesterday sailing solo with both sails in 20-25 knot winds.
I was sailing downwind and the rudder wouldn't hold on the port tack. It kept popping up -looks like I need the lock down screw that the AI has.
I had furled both sails, pushed the rudder back in its slot, unfurled the front sail and over I went. My first capsize and out a fair way in deep water.
I was dreading righting it with both sails up but it turned out to be easy.
I swam to the leeward side with the boat across the wind, reached over the hull, grabbed the opposite gunwale about midship and rolled it towards me. A couple of shifts of body weight later up it came, both masts and cart still attached.
The front sail was flapping wildly but I was able to reach the furling line and pull it in.
Getting back in wasn't hard- I had done that before snorkelling.
The most difficult bit was trying to retrieve my ballast drybag which was just floating. The wind made it difficult to come alongside it close enough to grab it. I got it after several attempts.
I lost my sunglasses and some items in the mesh pockets but nothing too valuable. (Lesson -have nothing unattached)
I took down the front sail (2 sails in those conditions was a bit ambitious) and continued home.
Overall it turned out to be not that much of a drama.
I was pleased that both furling lines held the masts in place and with how easy it was to furl the sail while still in the water. It would have been much harder to undo the bungee and furl that flapping sail by hand.
The kayak hadn't taken on any extra water while capsized either.