Tigers are pretty easy to right (easier than a H16) if you get the sail in the right position. I've gone over a couple of times without a crew and have been able to right it by myself - 80kgs of me.
Have a try at this:
- Once the boats onto it's side get the righting rope over the top hull.
- Next get your body weight towards the nose of the hull until it's slowly turned so the sail is parallel to the wind, hulls are nose to wind.
- Feed about a meter of slack off the righting rope and loop this around your trapeze harness and back up to your hand to lock it off.
- Lean out and use your body weight forward and back on the hull to maintain the mast parallel. Even better if you've got the crew with you, get them to lean on top of you.
Secret's in the positioning of the sail and mast. Too far downwind and you'll just force it to turtle more.
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