When sailing with a passenger, he/she typically holds onto either the righting line or another line I keep secured to the mast. While this is helpful for maintaining some level of balance most of the time, it sometimes backfires in rough waters when the leeward hull dips underwater and the Wave slows down really quickly. This sometimes causes the passenger to fall forward, disrupting the weight distribution and sometimes leading to a pitchpole event. Any tips for creating something to prevent this?
Just keep the weight distribution towards the back of the boat.