On the Waterfront


Landings Harbor Marina

Normal Operating Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat and Sun 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.











Landings Harbor

Operating Hours   Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat and Sun 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Temporary Gas Shutdown

Early evening on Thursday, we discovered a small leak at a fuel filter on the gas dispenser. The fuel system was secured until the next morning. The repairs required replacing the filter housing by a certified petroleum company. Guardian Fuel Technologies arrived Monday morning with parts to make the repairs. We emailed all our boaters to let them know we would not have gas available at the Harbor until further notice. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this caused those few days.


Caution - Slippery When Wet!

Please be careful when you are getting on and off your boat on the docks. It can be very slippery. We added some non-skid tape to the end of the docks to help. 

Keep the Harbor Clean

Please discard all trash in the cans provided around the Marina. We empty the cans at the end of each day to prevent the raccoons from pulling trash out of the cans overnight. Chicken bones were discarded after hours recently that the raccoons scattered on the ground. These bones are dangerous to the dogs that walk around the Marina. If you know you have something like this to dispose of, it would be best to place these type things directly into the dumpster.

New Team Member

Kieran Strong is the newest Marinas team member. He is originally from Upstate New York, but most recently lived in Jessup before coming to Savannah. A Health and Science Major from Albany State, he is joining us as a dockhand and hopes to become one of our forklift drivers. Kieran has jumped right in, and we are happy to have him on our staff.





Boat Washes

The Marinas team offers boat washes. There are two options. The first is a BASIC wash for a flat rate of $20.  his includes a freshwater rinse and flushing of the engine. The second is a DELUXE wash. The cost is $4 per foot (LOA) of your boat.This includes a wash with soap, freshwater rinse, and flushing the outboard engine. You may request this through a boat move request and note that you would like a basic or deluxe wash in the BoatCloud App. You also can call us (912-598-1901). Our boat washing services are not meant to be of the same level that the professional boat detailers provide. We have names of companies who specialize in boat detailing in the Marina's office if you would like to get in contact with one of them. Boat washes are typically completed during the week and/or when time allows.


“Dog Days of Summer” at Landings Harbor Marina

We love it when our four-legged friends come to visit us! Bella has been capturing their cute faces, and we will start featuring them here throughout the summer. They know where to find the good treats!















Landings Harbor Storage   

Dry, wet, and jet ski slips are all full. We will continue to maintain the wait lists and fill openings based on availability and boat size.

Landings Dry Storage Activity









Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours 8 AM – 5 PM Daily

We replaced the unleaded marine fuel hoses on the fuel dock at Delegal Creek Marina this week. They are a different shade of green than the diesel fuel hoses, and they have a blue strip near the nozzle to indicate marine gasoline versus diesel fuel.

There's a nice folding "Masters" chair that was found in the screened in porch. It can be claimed at the dock master's office at the end of A-dock.

Wise Wilderness Kayak Kamp

WISE, Wilderness Southeast, is offering Kayak Kamp at Delegal Marina July 11-13 and July 17-19. The sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon. These sessions are for ages 9-15, beginners, and those with advanced skill sets. Participants will build kayak confidence, learn coastal ecology, and play games. The fee is $150 per person. To sign up, contact Wilderness Southeast (912-236-8115 or naturesavannah@gmail.com). For more information, email www.wilderness-southeast.org



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

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