According to Merriam Webster, the word 'right' can be used as a verb meaning "to make a ship upright".
Could it be combined with the word 'up' to make it more clear?
Sailor: The barge has capsized. Should we do something about it?
Captain: Yes, right up!
Would this be considered idiomatic english, or would the word 'up' be omitted? Also, do we need 'it' between 'right' and 'up', or could that be omitted in terse speak when giving an order?