Great effort and great planning going back to Charlie Cary and 1973. There simply is not enough time, manpower, line, and spaces to protect the boats against surge and wave action. The only chance to survive the combinations of surge and wave actions is large space and many long lines. As soon as the boats are exposed to surf like wave action cleats, winches pull out and all kinds of gear busts. The boats end up piled up like dominoes. You can already see examples from St. Martin.
None of the bareboats come equipped for storm preparations.