Even though it’s barely summer, hurricane season is right around the corner. The good news? We’ve got your back with more comprehensive hurricane prep info than anyone else in the business.
Boat owners from Maine to Texas have a reason to become edgy in the late summer and fall: Each year, on average, two hurricanes will come ashore somewhere along the Gulf or Atlantic coasts.
Canals: The Ultimate Hurricane Holes
One of the most secure places to leave your boat when it has to be left in the water is a residential canal or narrow waterway.
BoatUS CAT Team is on the Scene
BoatUS has nearly 50 people helping with the salvage and recovery process in hurricane-ravaged areas of Florida and Texas.
Anatomy of a Nor'easter
This first cousin of a hurricane can pack a breathtaking punch. Treat this type of storm with great respect, and prep for it with a few simple precautions.
Boat Hurricane Rescue
Hurricane season is now. The BoatUS CAT Team (that's CAT, for catastrophe!) has lots of invaluable lessons to share with you about how best to prepare marinas and boats for the worst.
After The Hurricane: Lessons from the BoatUS CAT Team
The CAT Team has accumulated an unparalleled body of knowledge on what works and doesn't work when boats are preparing for hurricanes.