I am also considering this as an option.
My boat is a flat bottom trimaran
with a draft
of 9 inches.
We regularly beach at high tide.
My plan is to stern in on a high tide and use an electric
4X4 car winch
and use round logs
placed under the hull
and then slowing winching the boat to higher ground out of the influence of the high tide.
I do not see why this cannot be an option.
Not just in potental cyclone situations but in places where you want to spend a few days and the weather
direction in not always agreeable.
It is done in many other countries I do not see why it cannot be added to my list of options.
By the way, it is a well know fact that cyclones rarely hit landfall at high tide. I do not know why, but I have lived in Cyclone prone areas all of my life and I have seen it quoted many times.
Comments and opinions would be appreciated.