Isn't it the other way around? Sea ports are generally emptied out ahead of the storm, the damage a freighter (or destroyer) could cause being washed onshore would be absurd. I'm failry sure Mayport isn't sheltered enough, and protocol is to put out to sea if they expect a hit.
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