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.


Landings Harbor

Mike Bousquet’s Retirement Party - Tuesday, September 12  

The date is set, and we are getting ready to celebrate Mike Bousquet’s retirement with his Landings friends and family. This will take place Tuesday, September 12 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Landings Harbor. We will be hosting a potluck and we would like to invite everyone to join in on the fun. Carey Hilliard’s will be bringing their famous chicken fingers and The Landings Sailing Club will be providing the cake. If possible, please bring a favorite dish of yours to share with others. Our goal is to let Mike know what an impact he has had on our Landings Marinas family over the years. Come prepared to share your best “Mike, Mike, Mike” story and well wishes for our honoree! Contact Jen Sabo with any questions (jennifers@landings.org or 912-598-5503).

Landings Association Billing Questions

There continues to be confusion regarding the billing “invoices” vs. “statements” that boat storage and Landings Harbor store customers receive. I’d like to try to explain the process. When we started using the Payfabric Online system that is when things initially changed. 

You will get two types of communication to your email address you have on file with The Landings Association. There are “invoices” for each purchase or each time a boat storage fee is applied to your account and then there is a “monthly statement” that gets sent out at the beginning of each month that pulls all your Association-related charges into one place. “Invoices” will be sent out within a few days of your purchase. Think of it as a “heads up” that a purchase was billed to your account. This invoice will give you the opportunity to make a payment. If you make the payment directly through that exact invoice, the payment will be credited to those specific charges. Meaning that if you had not paid charges billed the previous month, this payment you make will pay the current charges, leaving the earlier charges to potentially fall into delinquent status. This is the perfect time to make a payment if that is the only purchase that you are expecting that month. If you regularly make purchases at the store or have boat storage fees, I recommend you wait until the beginning of each month when your Landings Association “statement” gets sent out. That way you will see every item you have had billed to your account that month and any previously unpaid charges. If you log on to your Payfabric account directly, you also can see all items on your account.

You can set up automatic payment arrangements through your checking account or through a credit card. To set it up through your checking account, please email Jen Sabo (jennifers@landings.org) and the ACH form will be sent to you to fill out. If you would prefer to set up automatic payments through your credit card, you may do so through your Payfabric account or call Debbie Waterlander (912-598-5514). Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have.

The Landings Sailing Club



Our J-24, Gone with The Wind, won the Commodore’s Cup along with a bottle of champagne at a race with other local sailors.  Ed Zimmer accepted the trophy on behalf of skipper Angela Margolit and the crew. This is a new summer series sponsored by Chatham Sailing Club to encourage PHRF (Performance Handicap Racing Fleet) racing for local boats. PHRF is a handicapping system used for yacht racing in North America. It allows dissimilar classes of sailboats to be raced against each other. The aim is to cut out inherent advantages and disadvantages of each class of boats, so that results reflect crew skill rather than equipment superiority.

Peter Kovats and other sailing club members worked hard refurbishing Yankee’s keel. Keeping the boats in good shape is a year-round process that The Landings Sailing Club members take pride in.











A very popular event that our sailors look forward to each year is the Low Country Hook Ocean Race, organized by the Chatham Sailing Club and The South Carolina Yacht Club. This will be taking place Saturday, August 26.  The race always ends here at Landings Harbor where the sailors celebrate sharing in the experience and crown the winners. Our J/24, Bonnie Blue, displays Hook Race Brag Flags from first place finishes in 2020 and 2021. They are looking forward to adding one from this year’s race!  

Landings Harbor Storage   

Dry, wet, and jet ski storage are all full.  We will continue to maintain all wait lists. We are beginning to prepare for Phase 2 of the Dry Rack Storage Project that will commence at the end of this year, beginning of next. To do so, we need to plan on where to place the boats that are currently in the rack that will be temporarily displaced.

Landings Dry Storage Activity









Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours 8 AM – 5 PM Daily

Delegal Creek Marina has been relatively quiet during the week with most boating activity during the weekend. Staff installed storm drain tiles around the marina’s storm drain inlets adding another layer to the Clean Marina Program participation. The Tiles are provided by Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Division as part of the “Adopt-a-drain” program. The stormwater that enters the drains at these points discharges into the waterways. Informing the public of this discourages any dumping of foreign materials that negatively impacts the coastal environment.

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

Visit landings.org to read the original article.