For my use, I like the use of both and would'nt chose one over the other, As you know in your area, the wind blows at night.
I've been out at two harbors when the solar was almost nothing because of overcast but the wind was blowing around 15 knots and the amp guage was reading positive.
When looking for different wind chargers, I chose the 4-winds as its the simplest and easiest to re-build if needed, and is a basic generator
.. just installed a new set of brushes
in it last week as the old one were worn about half way down. its now good for another 4 to 5 years...
I've been off the grid for over 4 years now and as I look over at the readings,
solar is putting out 6.4amps, wind charger
is at 4 to 5 amps and the reffer is pulling 4.8............overall I'm showing 13.3 volts on the house bank...
system is working great..
You can see the combination of the solar and wind I'm using