How did GHTA boats do with hurricane IRMA

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  • #8814

    Henry Dennig

    Through email, text, Facebook posts and calls we have heard from many of the GHTA boat owners about how their trawlers fared with hurricane Irma.

    Avocet – in Deltaville, MD not impacted
    At Last – in Huntsville, AL no damage
    Pipe Dream – in Jacksonville, FL – no damage
    Tanuki – in Kent Island, MD – not impacted
    Balena – in Annapolis, MD – not impacted
    Moon Beam – in Beaufort, SC – no damage
    Young America – St. Petersburg, FL – not damaged
    Genisee Dawn – St. Petersburg, FL – not damaged
    Blue Skys – St. Petersburg, FL – not damaged
    Journey – Ft. Myers – not damaged
    Twelve Stones – Inland rivers – not damaged
    Lazy Dolphin – Ft. Myers – not damaged
    Merriman – Ft. Myers – not damaged
    Odyssey – Brunswick, GA – not damaged
    Christina C – Rockledge, FL – not damaged
    Seven Tenths – in Baltimore so no impact

  • #8815


    The Rose On the hard in MA, and in the middle of being painted. Safe and no damage

  • #8816

    Chuck Truthan

    Insandity, on Lake Michigan, no damage (from Irma at least …)

  • #8819

    Norm Miller

    Quiet Company is enjoying a peacefull night in Irma’s rain in Louisville Ky as we cruise up the Ohio To MM0 in Pittsburgh PA. River stage predicted to only rise 1 foot so we feel fortunate and will head north again tomorrow.

    Norm and Vivian

  • #8820

    Avocet is moving north in the morning, from pastoral Deltaville Marina to the Potomac River and – a few days later – the exciting urban environs of our nation’s capital. Tanuki, Balena, Seven Tenths … come join the fun if you don’t have other plans! We will stick around most of next week.

  • #8821

    Richard Lynch

    Semper Fi is still safely tucked in at Kenlake Marina on Kentucky Lake. Had some rain and wind as Irma’s remnants passed by. Heading south on October 30th.

  • #8824

    Michael Sutton

    Southern Grace road out Irma in Charleston SC. Even this far from Irma’s eye, we had a 3 foot storm surge and clocked gusts up to 68 knots. No damage to the boat but our car was flooded and totaled. Didn’t like the car much anyway.

  • #8825

    Henry Dennig

    Sorry to hear about the car…even if you will like the replacement better.

  • #8843

    Henry Dennig

    Bob Miller in Melbourne, FL had no damage to the house or to Strega (N37).

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