Originally Posted by Hud3
If you don't want to endure the hassles of Trinidad, consider storing your boat on the hard at Jolly Harbour for the summer. They'll strap the boat down to yard anchors in a paved yard. There was no hurricane the year we stored ours there, but it survived a tropical storm passing directly overhead with no issues.
I second this. The staff are very good and I kept my boat there for 4 summer seasons with no issues. Speak directly to Festus Isaacs, who is an excellent manager of the marina and has his own boat there. He is a very considerate and pleasant man. I would recommend enquiring fairly early about a cradle
, if you can get one. They have excellent state of the art cradles for vessels up to 65 feet. If you don't wish to spend the extra for that, they will put you on concrete hardstand
with welded stands and tiedowns. Tiedowns also for cradled boats.
In the staff photo
Festus is foreground, at left.