After doing about 6 boat launches with psycho15.5 and titan12.5 and 18.5 with both some success and failure, I have what seems to be a sure fire technique.
1st- Carefully wrap up your kite and check all lines and bridles for alignment.
2nd tie up lines on bar so that you cannot slip the bar through the lines causing crossed lines.
3rd, anchor boat or slow down with sea anchor VERY IMORTANT!
4rth On boat, hook into safety system and also hook into chicken loop before unwinding lines or filling the kite. That way the chances for getting lines crossed is nill.
5th unwind lines from bar, letting the wind carry them away from the boat.
6th Fill kite as much air as possible and the toss into water. If the wind is light and you don't fill it with enough air it takes more time to get it off the water.
7th jump in and get ready to boogie!
note: I tried unwinding the lines while the kite was drifting away from me and found that if I put too much air in the kite and the wind was 12 to 15knots, it drifted faster than I could get the lines off the bar whereupon I employed the titan's pull stop system to get the rest off the lines off. When the same thing happened with the psycho I had to ditch the kite. It's just a lot more comfortable knowing you are not going for a sleigh ride if you unwind the lines BEFORE you throw the kite in the water. Any comments or suggestions very much appreciated.........