Yesterday, on the first sail (solo) of my new 14.2, I caught a gust and capsized. I was unable to pull myself up to the center board, but thankfully, a motor boater stopped by to help upright it. Once the boat was righted, I tried getting up using the home made loop step hanging off the top of the transom, but was unable to get in- the rope kept sliding to the side of the boat and my lower leg submarined under the boat. I had to use the motor boat's ladder to get out of the water and back into the Capri. So last night I did some searching and found this thread. This morning I practiced capsize recovery with the bow tied to my dock and the stern to an anchor. Anita's method worked perfectly. Tossed the lower jib sheet over the top (took several tries) and was able to use that to walk up the sideways bottom of the boat to get it upright. You dont't really need to walk yourself up too much, but you need to wait a few seconds while hanging on for gravity to do it's thing. To get in, I modified my rope loop step to route it through one of the drain holes. I attached it to a U-bolt was already mounted on the transom meant for a docking line, but you could also tie it to the hiking strap.