Once upon a time I seem to remember there being a plethora of sites with very graphical interactive tools for quickly searching Atlantic hurricane data by time range, locations impacted, and storm type and get quick answers. Some I remember as being very intuitive, and offerings from tv stations, government sites, and independents.
These days I know of exactly one, https://coast.noaa.gov/hurricanes/. However I find this site to be difficult to comparably difficult to navigate in finding the location, filtering, and interpreting. I believe NOAA once offered a top-notch option at http://hurricane.csc.noaa.gov/hurricanes/, but it's long gone, and I have trouble finding any others. There's great such tools that have developed for severe weather, and perhaps with the millions of sites out there, other good ones for hurricanes exist, and I just don't know it.
Even better would be if such a site also included other basins to boot. But these days, even for the Atlantic, I usually just look through pages on like Unisys Weather or the archives on Clark Evans' model website or Wikipedia annual maps. But searching for "when is the last time a storm affected X" has proven surprisingly hard these days. Any help to offer?