I am able to right a turtled Sunfish w/out too much problem, becasue my arms are long enough to reach the daggerboard while I'm floating alongside. However, my younger daughters (teenage and down) now like to sail by themselves and with their friends, but are still a little short to reach the daggerboard easily when the boat is completely upside down. I've read a couple threads in here mentioning tying empty milk jugs to the top of the mast and/or top spar (ghaff). I was wonder which location was prefered, and if more than one jug is necessary to keep it from going completely turtle? Anybody have experience / pictures / etc. with this sort of thing? Wouldn't mind trying it myself as well, since our local (KS) sailing spots are usually shallow and muddy.