On the Waterfront










Landings Harbor

Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Daily 


Landings Harbor Marina

Marina staff kept busy with routine dock and equipment maintenance during the few days of unsettled weather.

Dredging Project

The post-bathymetric survey from this year’s project is being reviewed by engineers to calculate the volume removed.

Meet the Team

We continue introducing our Marinas team members to you each week so that you will have names to go along with the faces you see. This is Drew Holloway. Drew has been on our team for almost six months. He is originally from Jacksonville, FL but has grown up in Savannah. Drew came on board with us as a dockhand and is currently being trained on the forklifts. He loves to go fishing on his days off and enjoys bowling, too!

Marina Ship’s Store

Don’t forget that the Ship’s Store is the place to come for a refreshing beverage or some delicious ice cream as you’re enjoying the beautiful sunshine. Lately, we have overheard people saying how our little store is the best kept secret on the island! (In other words, we have a great adult beverage selection at reasonable prices!) As a homeowner at The Landings, you can purchase anything in the store on your Landings Association account. You do not have to store your boat here to do so. We would love to see you; come on by!

50th Anniversary Merchandise

A huge thank you to everyone who has been coming in and purchasing their 50th Anniversary merchandise! The ladies’ shirts are running a little small, so please do not wait to get the sizes you need before they are gone. The first big event will be on May 15, so be sure you have a special shirt and/or hat to wear.

The Landings Association will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary with a special night out at a Savannah Bananas Game on June 25th. You can purchase tickets on the 50th Anniversary Webpage (www.landings.org/50th). You will want to be sporting one of these shirts for that night at the ballpark to show your Landings pride and community unity!








The Landings Sailing Club kept the Rhodes 19s at the dock last Saturday and sailed on the larger J24 sailboats due to wind. There are challenges when it is so breezy with the light Rhodes sailboats.

Today, Friday, April 15 will be the second Beer Can Race of the season. They typically sail around 4:30 p.m. and come back to the Harbor and the Dockside Bar around 6:30 p.m. for a social gathering. If you would like more information, email the sailing program (landingssailing@gmail.com).

Last call if you are interested: The Landings Sailing Club will offer another Basic Sailing Course this month. The two-day, intensive course includes interactive classroom instruction that will be held Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The water session will be held the following Sunday, Tuesday, or Wednesday based on student and instructor availability and weather. Class size is limited to 10. There are still some open slots remaining. The cost is $100 per student. $25 will be refunded if you join TLSC within 30 days. You must be a Landings resident. For questions and to register, contact Angela Margolit (amargolit@hotmail.com or 973-296-8011).

Dry Storage

The Landings Harbor Marina dry, wet, and jet ski storage is at full capacity. We continue to maintain a waiting list for all slips.

Landings Dry Storage Activity











Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Daily 

Delegal Creek Marina

The electric panel project will resume after the Easter Holiday starting on B dock Monday, April 18. The electrician expects that “B” Dock will take two to three days to complete. The power will remain off during the work, so please be sure to plan ahead.

We added two ocean kayaks to our rental fleet. The one tandem and six single kayaks will allow larger group trips for residents to explore the local waters.

Improvements to the kayak launch are taking place this week. An additional dock section will be installed to stabilize the launch platform as well as provide better access for the larger rowing kayaks.


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

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