There's absolutely no way that anything has become any kind of tangled except putting itself through itself, and you made it 100 times worse taking the lines off
If you dropped it in the waves, you might have inverted the kite through the lines and it "looked" tangled, but wasn't and probably could have been sorted by flipping the bar through the lines, once you'd laid out the kite.
If you removed the lines, you'll have to start at the kite and tidy out each "gallery" (A, B, C, Z) from the kite to the mixer/speed system. Probably, by the time you've held A up in the air to have a look at it, you'll see that Z has been flipped through the bridle above the mixer or something like that.
If the lines actually knotted on themselves, then it's just loops that have locked by other loop. Gently tease them apart, and they'll just fall out.
I've seen a guy spend my whole session (two hours) sitting on the beach screwing with the bridles on his Chrono. He shouldn't have detached the lines either
PS. the worst thing you've done is flip the bridle through itself, any number of times, or maybe the canopy through the bridle. The good news is, if you resist pulling the bridle apart, you probably won't have to do this again cos it's dead simple to figure out and you'll learn all you need to know for the next time.