Jarrett Bay Boatworks

Hurricane Haul Out

Due to the expansive size of our facility, Jarrett Bay boasts one of the highest hurricane haul-out capacities in the entire mid-Atlantic region. With decades of experience preparing yachts for hurricanes and tropical storms, our service team prides itself in offering a smooth and efficient haul out service in even the most hectic of circumstances.

After hauling 150 yachts in 4 days, Jarrett Bay sheltered a total of over 220 vessels as our area took a direct hit from Hurricane Irene in August 2011.

The Jarrett Bay team hauled 120 vessels in just over three days in preparation for Hurricane Earl in September 2010.

In September 2008, with Tropical Storm Hanna approaching, the Jarrett Bay team hauled 129 vessels in less than 4 full days.

Impending Storm We will accept contracts for the first 125 vessels to be pulled with the 50- & 75-ton lifts and a maximum of 20 vessels to be pulled with the 220-ton lift. It’s important to register before each hurricane season, as we cannot accept additional contracts once we reach these numbers. Once we have reached our contract capacity, we cannot provide hurricane haulouts unless you have purchased a contract and meet the requirements set forth therein.

Hurricane Haul-out Rates:
Description Price
Vessels up to 62′ with a beam of 18′ or less and under 75 tons $15.00 per foot
Vessels up to 80′ with a beam in excess of 18′ 50-220 tons $17.50 per foot
Vessels over 80′ with a beam of 18-30′ to 220 tons $19.00 per foot

View/Download the Jarrett Bay PDF Hurricane Haul Out Contract »

For more information or complimentary rate quote, please contact the Service Department or call 252-728-2690 x232.

Recent Posts on Hurricane Haul-outs

  • Tropical Storm Katia Update #2

    Good Morning Everyone, I hope all of you have a very nice labor day weekend and we realize that many of you will not have use of your vessels due to Irene and the Katia forecast. Katia is at 70mph sustained winds as of 5am this morning. It is progressing at 15mph. I will continue […]

  • Tropical Storm Katia Update #1

    Tropical storm Katia is projected to be NNE of Puerto Rico Sunday. We will track this storm over the weekend and will give you all updates as possible. This storm has sustained winds of 60 mph and is moving at 20 mph NNW. It is too early to tell where it will go, but hopefully […]

  • Hurricane Irene Haul Out TestimonialsHurricane Irene Haul Out Testimonials

    We have received alot of feedback from customers throughout the hurricane Irene haul out process. Read on for their testimonials: Before The Storm August 25th Today I delivered Bay Spice to Jarrett Bay for a haul out. From the 2 young men on the dock, to the travel lift operators, to the crews putting up jack stands, […]

  • Tuesday Morning Hurricane Irene Haul Out UpdateTuesday Morning Hurricane Irene Haul Out Update

    Power was restored to the Jarrett Bay Marine Park approximately 6pm Monday night. The Army Corp of Engineer vessel, Beaufort, was launched at 7:15am Sunday morning to allow for surveying of inlets and channels We commenced launching of commercial and live-aboard vessels Monday at 8am. We cleared the wash pad of all vessels and commenced […]

  • Friday Noon Hurricane Irene Update

    Good Afternoon Everyone, Hurricane Irene is now at 105mph and still headed at us at 14 mph.  It is less than 300 miles south and we should feel tropical force winds approximately 2-3am tomorrow morning.  Hurricane force winds will impact our area at daylight or shortly there after.  Floyd and Isabelle were at 105 when […]

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