Any advice is greatly appreciated. I am in a very windy narrow marina (Pacific coast). I have a Catalina 22 MkII. When in my slip bow in first, the wind typically is crossing the port side of my bow, so upwind slip with a port to starboard crosswind. When i exit I need to reverse out and head down the marina channel port side, so the wind is trying push my bow and boat the opposite way i need to go. Prop walk kicks my stern to port too when shifting into reverse. My challenge besides poor skill is trying to keep control of boat and bow when shifting from reverse to forward in that moment when i have no speed. I have a Honda BF5 5 HP outboard. I recently bought the boat and after reading online i plan to walk the boat out of the slip to keep the bow on the port side in the correct direction and use an aft spring line to help pivot the boat. Or I may try to reverse the boat into the slip so i'm exiting bow first, regardless I'm hoping to learn any good outboard motoring advice if i do need to reverse out the slip in this situation/condition to understand where best to position the boat and rudder at that critical point shifting from reverse to forward.