A boat crashes into rocks after breaking free from its mooring in Hurricane Force weather which hit Auckland, New Zealand on July 26, 2008. (Photo by Tim Hales/Getty Images)
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BALTIMORE - As Hurricane Sandy approaches the area, you may be thinking about emergency kits and protecting your home, but what about your boat?
Maryland coastal areas are vulnerable to severe weather.
Here are some tips from the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) on what your can do to protect your boat:
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