This picture was taken by Rufus who helped out all weekend and got a lot of great shots.
Another thing I noticed was that the paddle float entry is slower than the cowboy reentry event when there are boat wakes. The deck on the Tsunami is quite high compared to most kayaks but I was able to swim up directly over the cockpit area for a faster re entry. Keys to making it easy to swim across the boat that work for me are:
1) One elbow pressing against the close side of the cockpit
2) Other hand pulling across from the far side of the cockpit.
3) Kick with your feet until you hear them splashing the surface before you pull across.
4) Then swivel to kiss the front deck with your legs straight out into the water like outriggers.
This usually works well for me, but I am still working on it. In my favorite boat I tip over to the far side when I swivel about one time in five.