On the Waterfront


Landings Harbor Marina

Normal Operating Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily










Landings Harbor Marina

Landings Harbor Marina had a few beautiful days to end the year, and we enjoyed getting to meet everyone’s family members and friends that were visiting for the holidays. Landings Harbor staff found several frozen and cracked waterlines at the wash racks after the Christmas Holiday. The fishing pier and Dockside Bar had broken waterlines as well. All repairs were made by the Marinas staff, and all water systems at Landings Harbor were restored when temperatures allowed by Thursday morning, December 29.

Forklift Repair

Staff replaced the radiator coolant hose on the large forklift that showed signs of failure and began to seep antifreeze.

Year End Inspections

Central Industries, Inc. performed the annual fuel line, leak detection, and spill bucket testing on Friday, December 21 at both Marinas. One small diesel leak was detected and repaired at Delegal Creek Marina without any interruptions.

Marina Ship’s Store

It’s a new year, and that means boating season is just around the corner. If you have any requests for items to be carried in the store this spring and summer, please email your suggestions to jennifers@landings.org.

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. *Reminder – if you are giving up your slip permanently, you must provide a written 30-day notice and submit it to Jen at jennifers@landings.org.

Landings Dry Storage Activity










Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours 9 AM – 5 PM Daily


Delegal Creek Marina hosted a few transients over the holiday that were escaping the cold temperatures while making their way South for the winter. With the frigid temperatures, boating was not on the high priority list for most Landings Boaters. Staff remained busy monitoring and dripping the freshwater lines around the property to prevent the lines from freezing. The docks and restrooms remained operational despite several days of freezing temperatures. The Sunset Pavilion had to be closed due to a leaking waterline in the attic but was reopened on Wednesday. The Marina had no issues with freezing waterlines. The water system on the docks is made of PEX that can withstand freezing temperatures without damage.

Resident and local Captain, Rock Reed, assisted the View-Finders film crew working on an upcoming show for the Georgia Public Broadcast television network from Delegal Creek Marina last week. The film crew spent one night on Ossabaw Island and the following day at Wassaw Island. The show will feature the unique barrier islands along this part of the Georgia Coast. The Marina was filmed as Captain Rock Reed cruised out of the Delegal Creek.



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

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