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For what it's worth, we're hauling tomorrow. Even though our slip is in a creek that is somewhat protected (not a hurricane hole though), it's also on the small side. It's fine most of the time, but if we stay in the slip for a storm like this, I don't know that we have the room necessary to avoid banging around. Not to mention that I'm unsure about how well my boat neighbors will prep.
I realize that hauling is no guarantee, but it's the best thing we can do. I hope it ends up being overkill, but I've learned that when in doubt, play it safe.
I know others who have a very large slip with lots of room. If we had one, we'd probably stay in.
Either way, we'll be removing all the sails and canvas, and we'll tie everything down.
1984 Sabre 34 Mk I