In the early days of the CATARI design, there was a provision on the carefully proportioned davits for a lifting system that would allow the tender to clamp on to a SS rod running athwartship between the ends of the davits. Once secured to this axle of sorts, the whole tender and clamps would simply rotate 180 degrees until the tender was upside down on top of the davits. Up away from stern seas and good visibility under the tender. I think the clients Dad had come up with the idea on the family boat and he called it the 'Toppler'. I modeled it up and did some renders and thought it a good solution, but it seems to have been abandoned in favor of a two piece (as in split down the middle) tender that will stow on deck. I'd like to see a photo of the tender. Bob?