Seems to me someone posted in the last year or so a description of using a pair of slings supported by their garage ceiling joists. They simply put the boat right side up into the slings and then rotated the hull until it was upside down. The sling supports the Capri safely and without pressure points -- no need for sawhorses or jacks.
I have a 1992 mod.2 that is presently stored on 2 padded saw horses. My brother and I had no trouble rollong it over and lifting it on to the saw horses. We did the rolling over on the grass which provided a natural padding and non skid surface, it could try to slide away if done on a hard surface. This is last winter on the horses and covered with a green tarp.
Yes to that! We just slid it off the trailer on to the grass. Flipping it over was quite easy, probably easier for folks that are taller than 5' 5", yes we're just little guys and not hardly brawny by any stretch of the imagination.
I must say though, mounting it on to the horses was a bit strenuous. First we lifted it at the stern and while my brother held it, I quickly slipped the first horse under as far forward as I could get it, this gave us a bit of cantilever action which helped tremendously with lifting the bow.
Once it was up we readjusted the position of the horses. One more person would definitely make the task easier, or the wives, if they are willing
Pokey have no fear, you're in good company, with the information you can garner on this forum.... consider it as good as done, but I think you already know that.
I do have a question for you, are you sailing in salt water? Just wondering why the bottom paint? My Mod 2 has never been bottom painted, it's still the original white gel coat, mind you, I sail in very fresh water so no concerns about barnacles etc. just staining from the dark river water which washes off easily at the end of season.