The Wilkerson Bridge at MM126, just at the lower end of the Pungo River Canal, is actually 64 Ft. a MHW. There is very little tidal range here and is mostly wind
The latest version of the chart (paper correction) has the correct clearance and the clearance boards have been verified. (another example of why it is important to carry paper charts
and check LNTMs for and make the changes relevant to your mission.)
The anemometer at the mast top usually has a quick connector that can be easily disconnected and the antenna should be easy to take off as well. If it was just the VHF
whip, these are very often twanged under bridges but the wind
stick is a pretty expensive mistake. These kinds of situations require a trip to the top or a wait for perfect tidal conditions. Monohulls can often get away with heeling the boat; cats, not so much!