Depends on the wind
. The current
can over-power the wind
so that you are going faster than the wind alone would have you. This can make for some squirrely steering
and loss of control. Also, there isn't really any room for tacking, so if the wind is against you, you wouldn't want to sail it.
Be aware that as you make turns, you can be set toward the rocks you are turning away from. This is the major cause of most boats coming to grief here - making the turns, their visual heading looks good while their COG is not.
If you go through around slack tide, you will wonder what all the fuss is about. If you go through during the full flood, you will probably need a drink to relax your sphincter after. Your boat probably won't be able to go through during the full ebb.
Sail it if the conditions are right, but I would also have the engine