is much more like it! Interesting, while pulling hard on it with feet against side of hull, the c-board broke at the top, above the torque point. Turtling
really wasn't in my repertoire. I was surprised to see how fast this turned upside down - with a new draft of some 15' making it about impossible to get into shallow water to upright.
Plug the mast, fill it will flotation material, put a float at the top (or all) or just plain don't capsize - which was a combination of the 10 y/o neophyte at the helm and an 8 y/o too much in front of the cam holding the main sheet...and over we went in a puff out of nowhere:). They are at home in this lake but this abrupt, topsey turvy entry was upsetting, esp. for the 8 y/o until she realized not much else was going to happen and that she could climb out on top of the overturned hull. We were in need of assistance. I might of been making progress toward shore but very slowly.