This is how I have my Maui stored. The boat rests on two webbing straps. Best if upside down with most of the loads on the rails. The webbing is just long enough to support the boat when fully hoisted. I tied line to the ends of the webbing straps to run up through blocks. The lines then run to a beam where I mounted a couple of cam jaws. I can pop the line in and out of the jaws when hoisting or for lowering. I then tie off around a nail for security. I hoist from next to the boat and then walk over to the cleats. Not hard to hold the lines.
I also tied stopper knots in the lines so the the system hangs as a sling, low, to make loading easy.
This system will tumble the boat on the way up or down. I give it a budge to rotate it if I want it to stay in one orientation or another.