If your PWC has capsized, you’re going to want to right it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
There are many ways that this can be accomplished, including using a pylon or buoy to leverage the boat upright.
However, if you don’t have these items on hand, there is still hope for getting your vessel back up on its keel.
Follow these steps: Find the PWC center of gravity (COG) and make sure it is centered on the keel.
Once this happens, rotate all your effort into pushing up against that side.
Until it becomes fully raised onto its keel again.
Repeat these steps with other side if necessary.
The goal here is to balance out how much leverage each person has in order to do most of the work themselves .
Without having their efforts cancelled out by someone else’s weight distribution application.