On the Waterfront
Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 8 pm., Saturday and Sunday
Landings Harbor Marina
We will be open this Saturday and Sunday until 8 p.m. On Monday, Labor Day, we will stay open until 6 p.m. Our regular hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. will resume beginning Tuesday, September 7.
The public view web camera at the Marina that was damaged by the last tropical storm has been replaced by a temporary camera while we wait for the new replacement to arrive. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation during the outage.
There are three nightlights by the wet slip docks in the basin that are broken. We have the replacement lights on order and will have them installed when they arrive.
Marina Ship’s Store
Last call for our “END OF SUMMER SALE” that will continue through Labor Day! 50% off select items, 40% off on in-stock Costa sunglasses. Come and get it before it’s all gone!
*Always surprised to hear someone say they didn’t know we had individual Leopold’s ice cream cups at the Ship’s Store! The freezer is full of Leopold’s and other ice cream novelties for this last official weekend of summer!
Custom Landings TERVIS 16 oz. tumbler ($17) and 24 oz. water bottles ($25) have arrived! They are sporting the Landings Harbor burgee embroidered patch! I’m beginning to see a burgee theme going on in the store! Keep your eyes peeled here for new merchandise that is in the works!
Landings Harbor wet, dry, and jet ski storage slots are at 100% capacity. We continue to add to and maintain a waiting list for all slips.
The Landings Sailing Program
The J-24 fleet participated in a Regatta on Saturday along with boats from Hilton Head. Our crew, aboard Bonnie Blue, did exceptionally well. The Landings Sailing Club has a few boat outings scheduled over the Labor Day Weekend.
Landings Dry Storage Activity
Delegal Creek Marina
Summer operating Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Delegal Creek Marina
Savannah had some beautiful weather this week with only a couple of late afternoon thunderstorms. Tuesday’s quick moving storm was an awesome sight of Mother Nature.
The kayak launch dock at Delegal was noticeably taking in water during the past week. Once enough water became trapped, it began to lift to an unsafe point. Staff pulled the kayak launch from the water on Monday to evaluate the issue. A hole was found under the handrail near the launching end of the dock. The launch received a good scraping and pressure washing while the repair was being made. Wednesday afternoon, the rails were reinstalled, and the launch dock was placed back in service.
Staff has been busy pressure washing and cleaning the concrete docks after a busy summer and in preparation of the beginning of transient season.
This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website. Visit landings.org to read the original article. https://landings.org/news/2021/09/03/waterfront