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Egmont Harbour (Hurricane hole)

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Coordinates: 012° .890' N , 061° 43.523' W
Country: Grenada


This harbour, surrounded by high hills with a narrow entrance (100 feet) and deep is considered a good hurricane hole. Holding is excellent in thick clay. Anchor and secure your boat in the mangroves.

History: Conflicting reports on the number of boats sheltered here during hurricane Ivan (2004) but overall this is a recommended hurricane hole.

  • over 100 boats secured in the mangroves survived the storm; the harbour sustained damages.
  • only two of the more than 40 boats in Egmont sank (at least one after being struck by a large boat which dragged); about 15 were grounded.

Note about hurricane holes:

The information provided here is based on experience and input from members of our community. The general consensus is that hurricane holes are not suitable for direct strikes or category 4 or 5 storms. Your best hurricane plan is to be out of its path. If you must weather a hurricane or storm YOU must talk to your vessel insurance company to confirm if YOUR vessel insurance covers YOUR hurricane plan at this location.

NOFOREIGNLAND does not accept any responsibility or liability for any error, omissions, or consequences ensuing from the use of, or reliance upon, the information presented here.


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Damages caused by Ivan - 2004

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Added by Helena Neal on 09/01/2019 11:33:47.
Last updated by Helena Neal on 09/05/2019 03:11:33.
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