I wouldn't recommend it. The last time I did it the Bravo flipped as I was towing it back through the inlet. The front support for the mast frame broke, twisting up the frame. Long story short, it cost me over $350.00 in new parts.
I'm not sure if the front support was weak due to corrosion, or if the support pulled out of the base due to stress, or if the mast was bounced off the mounting ball as the Bravo hit the inlet breakers, causing the frame to twist up and break.
Bad idea towing it through the rough inlet with the mast in place.