I use to right my 5.2 by leaving the dagger boards extended and standing on the ends of them, jib usually still sheeted in and the main loose. In light winds you can leave the main sheet tight as long as you have the sheet in your hand. Of course I was much younger back then, in good shape at 5' 11" @ 190 lbs. I was always flying the hulls it was just about the best thrill and a great boat to single hand for my size.

Mike Shappell
TMS-20 Builder
G-Cat 5.7 - Current Boat
NACRA 5.2 - early 70's