Medical Form & Emergency Contact

The POA team urges you to complete new emergency contact (required) and medical assistance forms (if applicable). You may have completed them in the past, but we learned during evacuations that a great deal of the information can easily be outdated. We may need this information during/following an evacuation, as we might need to contact you regarding property damage or assist you with other needs as indicated on the forms. We are here to help, but we need your help so we can provide the best possible service! There are 3 easy ways to obtain and return the forms: Email communications@shipyardhhi.com to obtain a …

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Lets Talk More Hurricanes

  At the beginning of each Hurricane Season, we try to host a free hurricane prep talk for owners! We had a great turnout this year and it seemed like everyone learned something new. If you are looking for “the Guide To Emergency Preparedness Field Guide” that was provided at the meeting head to any local fire station or the town hall to pick one up. Located in the Hilton Head Monthly magazine, you can find more information on how to prepare in the event of a storm and what to do when you return to the island. The information …

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Lets Talk Hurricanes

  Thank you to everyone who showed up at our Hurricane Talk last month! We had a great turnout and it seemed like everyone learned something new. If you are looking for “the Guide To Emergency Preparedness Field Guide” that was provided at the meeting head to any local fire station or the town hall to pick one up. Located in the Hilton Head Monthly magazine, you can find more information on how to prepare in the event of a storm and what to do when you return to the island. The information can be found here. Please always be …

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Tropical Storm: Isaias (8/3/20)

Good morning, everyone! The latest storm information from Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Tom Dunn, is attached. Chief Alexander suggests that all owners take heed of the pending storm conditions, stay tuned to local news outlets, try to stay indoors as much as possible and to secure any outdoor equipment to avoid property damage. As you may have already noticed, surf is very rough at the beach and the wind has already picked up in that area. The Shipyard Welcome Center will close at noon to provide personnel time to get to their homes safely before the storm’s projected arrival time of …

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Tropical Storm: Isaias (8/2/20)

Tropical Storm Isaias expected to impact Beaufort County starting tomorrow afternoon, Monday. Starting tomorrow afternoon, Monday, August 3, 2020, and throughout tomorrow night, Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to bring heavy rain, potentially damaging winds and flooding to Beaufort County. As of 2:00 p.m. today, Sunday, the National Weather Service’s National Hurricane Center is reporting Isaias to be located 370 miles south-southeast of Savannah, moving north-northwest at 9 mph with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph. Updates from the National Hurricane Center can be accessed here: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ Due to the storm, Beaufort County is under a riptide warning and strong currents …

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Hurricane Alert: Isaias (7/31/20)

Hurricane Isaias Alert National Hurricane Center At 1100 AM, the center of Hurricane Isaias was located by an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft and Bahamas radar near latitude 24.7 North, longitude 77.9 West. Isaias is moving toward the northwest near 12 mph (19 km/h). A general northwestward motion with some decrease in forward speed is expected for the next day or so, followed by a north-northwestward motion by late Sunday. On the forecast track, the center of Isaias will move over northern Andros Island during the next few hours and move near or over Grand Bahama Island in the Northwestern …

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