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I am looking for a place to store a 37-foot boat in the Bahamas for hurricane season 2020. Have googled a lot but not found what I am looking for. Would be grateful for any info on where this is possible and what it might cost.
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Re: Hard storage in Bahamas?

Maybe try r & b at spanish wells and master harbour on exuma

Another option would be in the water inside one of the hurricane holes on stocking island, across from george town.

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Re: Hard storage in Bahamas?

They did it a few years ago. Put a boat on one island. Picked it up on another island.
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Re: Hard storage in Bahamas?

I'd think about moving back to Florida, if that's an option. Since you're going on the hard to manage a hurricane hit, which is a good idea, you have to consider how you'd get your boat back, if the island took that hit. The Bahamas recover pretty slowly. I suppose you're still better off out of the water for storms that brush by and for peace of mind, if you're not around.
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