I would be interested on how your numbers compare to my F25c...
See info from Bill Adams Jr who built all 48 F25c below:
If I remember right the main deck and hull were about 600#, the beams with hardware were about 100# each and the ama's were about 150# each. For a total of about 1300#. I remember that 2 guys could lift the hull and carry it around the shop before it had bulkheads etc!(The main deck was heavier than the hull). All of these weights were before paint and hardware and all the other add-ons.
The way we flipped them was to remove the ama's and then support the bow using the spinnaker pole in a cradle that allows it to turn. Support the pole close to the bow, not at the tip. Then pick up the back of the boat with as many friends as you can find and roll it over. We used to do it all the time with 6 guys. When it is upside down support it under the beam pads front and back. (Don't let it hang on the pole for a long time)
Have a nice Thanksgiving