Hurricane Hole "A secure anchorage, marina, or harbor, which is known to be swell, wind & wave protected from all points on the compass; often legendary in its status as safe haven"
When Dolf Le Comte scoped the property in 1962, he instantly recognized its potential as a site for a marina with outstanding “Hurricane Hole” attributes. Land masses twenty feet and higher, boasting massive trees on most every point of the compass, protected this site from Long Island Sound’s waves, swells, and wind; not one angle at which a potential marina would be exposed.
Over five decades of hurricanes and super storms, not one boat was ever lost to “Acts of God”.
Super Storm Sandy did little more than cause minor flooding of the parking lot.
She wasn’t quite that friendly to the neighborhood!