I was thinking about how to flip over a scamp.
On the message boards (and Craig's site, which has good pictures), people rig up dual straps with cinches from the ceiling and it looks complicated and hard to turn. It seems to me that scamps are relatively light. A bit too much for a single person to lift and turn, but not that hard for 2-3 people if they have control.
By tying a rope to the boweye and running that up to a block (or another eye bolt) in the ceiling, one person could lift the bow quite easily.
A second person would stabilize the stern as the bow went up. Put a mover's dolly under the stern for safety.
When the bow was far enough up so that the cabin will clear the ground, the stern holder could lift and flip the boat over just with a few hand movements.
A third person on one side could help guide the boat as she turned.
Has anyone tried this method? It puts a lot of weight on that boweye, but the 3/8" bronze one that I have should handle the weight fine. (McMaster says that steel 3/8" eye bolts can hold 1300 lbs for lifting.)
If I'm wrong or if there is already a good tutorial on the message boards please send a link. I couldn't find it.