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Old 07-09-2017, 07:12   #1
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Liveaboard Hurrican Prep?

With Irma bearing down on the Gulf and Eastern US what do you long term liveaboards do for preparation? I assume most leave their boats for a safer shelter during the storm? What do you do in terms of preparing your boat to weather the storm? Is it better to leave in the water, or haul out? Better to try to move it to inland rivers, etc? Better to leave in a slip, or anchor? I have never been through a hurricane, so I was just wondering in general what the procedure would be like.
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