The boating news is pretty lean so far on the extent of the damage, but with a storm surge that high, it must be extensive and catastrophic. This guy is either completely nuts or my new hero, depending on his reason for heading out:
Clark is a marine electrician and has been an active contributor for SAIL for many years. During his ten-year circumnavigation aboard his 40-foot ketch Condesa, Clark survived the Southeast Asian tsunami and being run down by a freighter off the coast of Brazil. In addition to following developments in the world of marine electrical systems, Clark is the General Manager of the Spaulding Marine Center, a boatyard and nonprofit educational center in Sausalito, California. Clark's blog is condesa.org.