Hurricane

Discussion in 'Southeast' started by Gallf1, Sep 27, 2022.

  1. Gallf1

    Gallf1 Well-Known Member

    306
    Sep 26, 2018
    Palm Coast, FL
    2000 Searay 380
    Mercruiser 454 MAG MPI 7.4L
    Custom Forward Hardtop
    Whaly 270 Hard Dinghy, 4hp Honda

    Bahamas Veteran
    Good luck to all as Ian approaches....Extra lines, fenders, full tanks, charge all your portable radios etc etc
    The ONLY nice thing about having a boat in the water during/after a Hurricane is that you can crank the genset and live aboard if your house power is out for some time.

    Stay Safe.....its just a boat
     
  2. DB360

    DB360 Active Member

    226
    Feb 25, 2010
    CAPE CORAL, FL.
    360 SUNDANCER 2004
    BOW THRUSTER
    AXIOM 12 RV
    EVOLUTION 200 AUTOPILOT
    YANMAR DIESEL 315'S
    8 KW KOHLER
    4 HP JOHNSON
    1 foot of water in the house. Roof, windows and doors all fine. Tied boat in the middle of the canal and it made out well. Canvas shot but inside boat is dry. Just got water back on today at the house and hopefully power will follow shortly. Then the plan is to move on board and continue with the recovery. Just being safe is the greatest thing.
     

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