The club has a very specific routine for getting the boat out of the boathouse and onto the water, and then getting the boat out the water and into the boathouse after the outing. The crew's cox calls out the following commands the their crew, to which the crew follow.
Each crew member stands beside a rigger. All four crew members put one arm over the boat to the other side, and the other hand on the other side of the boat, ready to lift the boat out of the rack.
"Lifting out... go..."
All four crew member gently lift the boat making sure the boat isn't damaged by the other boats on the rack.
"Brace the boat...Jack go under...
Jill go under"
With the boat upside down, each person needs to be on the opposite side of the rigger. At this point all four crew members are on one side, so two crew members need to go under the boat, one at a time with the other three crew members bracing the boat.
"Landside/Riverside riggers coming up..."
Depending on the position of the riggers, the boat needs to be flipped with the riggers pointing upwards so it can be carried out through walkway of the boathouse. Two people on the underside side of the boat put both arms under the boat to support it, whilst the two people on the other side rest the inside of the boat on their shoulders whilst supporting it with their hands.
"And walk it out..."
The crew walk the boat out of the boat house, making the sure the riggers pointing up don't hit the the top of the boathouse entrance.
"Easy there... level out to waists, go..."
Once the boat is out of the boathouse, the boat goes back to being horizontal, upside down with the riggers no longer pointing up, being held by each crew member standing on the opposite side of a rigger.
"Lifting to shoulders... go..."
In unicen, all four crew members raise the boat up to their shoulders, with the boat resting upside down on the shoulders of each crew member.