HAVE A PLAN, STAN!
On average two hurricanes will
come onshore somewhere along
the Gulf or Atlantic Coasts each
hurricane season, so it pays to be
prepared if you own a boat.
Don’t know where to start?
Download the BoatU.S. Marine
Insurance Boater’s Guide To
Preparing Boats And Marinas
TRACK THAT STORM
Keep your eyes on the eye, with
the Hurricane Resource Center’s
Storm Tracking map. We’ll watch
the projected and actual trajectory, from named storm all the way
to where it hits land, and beyond.
MAKE SURE YOU’VE GOT
THE BEST INSURANCE!
All BoatU.S. boat policies provide
Hurricane Haul-Out reimburse-
ment in advance of a NOAA
named storm. Not insured with
BoatU.S.? Get a quick quote online
at BoatUS.com/Insurance or call
KEEP AHEAD OF IT!
Sign up to get hurricane alerts
automatically to your e-mail each
time NOAA issues an update.
You’ll also get detailed maps of
the forecast track, wind bands,
and wind field for each named
storm, and be able to select what
area of Atlantic or Gulf Coast you
want to monitor.
EYE OF THE STORM: Hurricane Bonnie
caused immense damage and evacuations
along the East Coast, from Florida to
Virginia, in August 1998.