The boat that lost its keel in the previous post had large water ballast tanks
that were carefully managed to keep it from capsizing. It's also not clear to me whether the 14 hours to capsize was from the collision
with the object or from the loss of the keel.
While some would argue whether the "capsize ratio" is any good, I tried calculating it for a Beneteau
40.7. My calculation (which could be wrong) came out at 1.99 just barely below the 2 that is the minimum recommended for offshore
And whatever tendency it had towards capsize in the good shape, that became far, far worse with the loss of the keel and leaked water going to leeward as the boat rolled.