On the Waterfront










Landings Harbor

Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Daily (please note updated hours)


Landings Harbor Marina

This past week’s boat movements were more evenly spread throughout the week. Several boaters and residents took advantage of the beautiful weather on Columbus Day and came down to the marina.

Staff continues to perform maintenance projects throughout the Marina, such as pressure washing the final areas of the North docks. A waterline break on the Fishing Pier caused a short outage on Wednesday afternoon. Staff quickly made the repair and returned water service to the pier.


A Shakespeare Rod-and-Reel combo was left on the Landings Harbor fishing pier Saturday night or early Sunday morning. The rod was turned into the marina store Sunday morning by a resident. If you think this may belong to you, please contact the marina store (912-598-1901).

Marina Ship’s Store

New custom Landings Marina apparel alert!!!!  These have the classic Landings burgee embroidered on the chest. They will be a hot item for the gift giving season! The sweatshirts are made of a soft French terry and the quarter zips are made from recycled materials.






Last week we received these wonderful solar shirts for men. I had mentioned there was a ladies’ solid white version. That delivery has been delayed and should be arriving in 3-4 weeks.









Dry Storage

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. There is one dry storage slip that just opened and will be filled from the waiting list.

Landings Dry Storage Activity












Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Daily (please note updated hours)



Delegal Creek Marina

A Hilton Head Island boat club brought 12 boats to the Marina for a BYO lunch rendezvous, everyone enjoyed their accommodations and hope to get another trip planned soon.

Routine maintenance continues to be done by staff in their downtime. Plans to install Gull Sweeps on “B” and “C” docks are underway. The experimental installation on “A” dock has proven to be effective in preventing most birds from loitering on the docks.

Transient vessels have begun making their way back South for the winter. Dockwa reservations have steadily increased over the past couple of weeks. The Marina has two transients that required accommodations for several weeks due to an interruption in their trip. The two boats are traveling together and will resume their voyage by the end of the month.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

Visit landings.org to read the original article.