Remember these quick tips for hurricane season. They might save your boat–or your life. All you have to do is follow them. [More] 8 Quick Tips for Hurricane Season
Hurricanes are a fact of life in most cruising grounds. Preparing for one starts long before it's ever predicted, in the off-season.
See our articles below or if you want a detailed step-by-step look at how to prepare your boat, check out our course Comprehensive Hurricane Prep for Boaters.
Do you know how to make a hurricane plan for your insurer? Here’s what it should include. [More] 🎧How to Make an Insurance Hurricane Plan
Hurricane season is here. These 10 (+) tips will help you prepare your boat. [More] 🎧Prepare for Hurricanes – 10 Tips to Help
Should you stay on your boat in a hurricane? Probably not. But if you have no other choice, this is what you need to know. [More] Should You Stay On Your Boat in a Hurricane?
If your boat will be in the water when a hurricane comes through, you’ll need good lines to improve your chance of survival. These are 5 factors to keep in mind. [More] Choosing Dock Lines for a Hurricane
There are so many things you need to do to help your boat survive a hurricane. Here’s a list that will help you stay focused on this important task. [More] 🎧How to Prep for a Hurricane – The List
When a hurricane is coming, reducing windage is a vital task. Here’s what to remove or tie down. [More] 🎧How to Reduce Windage on Your Boat
Exploring the factors that go into deciding where to spend hurricane season, and sharing our decision for this year.
[More] 🎧Hurricane Season Options
Give your boat every chance to survive a hurricane. Follow these 11 tips to help it through. [More] 🎧Improve Your Boat’s Odds in a Hurricane
Why simply tying off your roller furling jib or genoa isn’t sufficient for a tropical storm or hurricane — pictures of the results. [More] Hurricane Prep: Why Remove Jibs and Genoas