I know I am probably beating an old horse wtih this topic again, but....the linked PICTURE sequence shows Eric righting his 16 with a water bag and has me thinking. http://www.hobiecat.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9728
I have not flipped my 21SE yet and would like comments. I have a righting line rigged like Eric's and I have a righting bag, but I do not have the ability to place this righting line over
the hull because the tramp is flush with the deck. This would only allow me to pull from the inside edge of the hull from the cross bars instead of over the top and outside of the hulls. How much less leverage do I have by not pulling from the top, outside, of the hulls??? Should I have other righting lines and/or pulling points for the crew?
I have a large righting bag and other than crew weight, is there any other suggested items to have on the boat for righting?
I see that Eric is still in a dry suit up here in the northwest. Our water has warmed up a bit where I am that I am now ready to practice righting the boat myself.