I got a hobie 16 last summer super cheap from a relative of mine. Have mostly been sailing single-hull before but got a few nice runs last summer - really great experience!
I have a true beginners question - as the season is approaching I would like to turn the hobie upside down to inspect the bottom of the hulls in more detail. Is there an easy way to do this? Main reason im asking is that I'm worried whether placing the boat on the side (as you are turning it around) would apply to much pressure on the hull/pylon that is towards the ground?
Thanks for any responses on this. Tons of posts out there about righting a capzied hobie but not so many about turning them around on shore ..