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Georgetown Landing Marina

Posted by admin | Posted on 07-29-2008

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17. Georgetown Landing Marina
(843) 546-1776
http://www.georgetownlandingmarina.com
Statute Mile: 403
Lat/Lon: near 33 21.925 North/079 16.033 West
Location: on the Pee Dee River’s western shore just south of the U.S. 17 bridge, some 1.1 nautical miles north, northeast of the ICW’s junction daybeacon #W
Transient dockage: available
Transient dockage rate: $2.00 per foot per night (50 cent dockage discount for Boat/US or Sea Tow members), 30 amp power-$4.50, 50 amp power-$6.50, 100 amp power-$13.00
Type of Dockage: fixed and floating wooden slips and face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 180
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50-100 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available (climate controlled)
Laundromat: Available
Restaurant: on-site and several others within walking distance
Restaurant Recommendations: Thomas’ Cafe (Breakfast, 10 minute walk, 843-546-7776), Rice Paddy (10 minute walk, 843-546-2021), River Room (10 minute walk, 843-527-4110)
Provisioning Possibilities: Variety/convenience store on the docks, marina can sometimes provide transportation, or take taxi to local Piggly Wiggly or Food Lion supermarkets
LPG (Propane) Availability: LPG tank exchange available about 4 blocks away at the Kangaroo convenience store, or take taxi to Georgetown Ice House for tank refill (843-546-6169)
Free Wi-Fi internet access: available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: available
Waste pump-out: available
Depths: 6-12 foot minimum depths

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (8)

Georgetown [Landing] Marina is good..we have stayed many times. Walk into the town.
The water flow is super fast here..be on the lookout wheb getting fuel as the current throws you against the docks.
Barbara and Ernie Roberts
Bermudiana

Very good marina. People are very helpful. They helped us move our sailboat to other side of facedock to point into wind for storm. Not many marinas this considerate. Arranged for free transport to local WalMart and stores. Highly recommend a stay here on way through ICW.
Dean & Nancy aboard S/V Pegasus

We are first timers on the ICW and can’t say enough good things about Georgetown Landing Marina. They couldn’t do enough for us and helped us with restaurants and incidentals. We had no real experience docking in the presence of a strong current and they responded right away on Ch 16 and helped get us in. Each day that we went up and down the ICW they asked us where we were going and about when we’d expect to be back. Agree w/statements about their general orientation to sport fishing but it had no effect on the hospitality they showed us.
R & T Fishleder aboard M/V Tessie Belle

Great place to stay. The dock staff were very friendly and helpful (including Bella the yellow lab pup!) The bathrooms were very clean. It was an easy walk into town. We were inside the long face dock and had no problems in strong winds from both the south and north. Being at a sportfishing marina wasn’t a bad deal–someone didn’t want their king mackerel catch and gave it to us!!

Subject: SC wish list
Cruising News: We visited both Charleston City Marina & Georgetown Landing within the last six months. I agree with the opinion expressed about
Georgetown Landing on the web site. The marina is oriented towards sport fishing. The office is very friendly, the walk into town acceptable, Wifi not reliable, currents are strong & docking on the outside in heavy weather is not a good idea.
Tim Carter

We have stayed at Georgetown Landing Marina for at least six years in our trek up and down the waterway. It is always an easy in and out for us. They answer the phone and radio promptly. Very long face dock, easy to get fuel. A young staff of dockhands but always skilled and knowledgeable. Free wi-fi does work. Excellent restaurant adjacent to the marina and is within walking distance of some food stores. The last time we were there was this past April. Only downside is no cable TV.
Ken Stickrath

Subject: Georgetown Landing update (Marina)
Cruising News: Any weather from the South or south east causes rocky conditions in the marina but especially on the face dock. Land’s End Restaurant is good food but marina wifi is finicky and no cable on face dock. Exposed to wakes from passing small boats.
Pat B

We are currently at Georgetown Landing ($4.50/ft/wk with BoatUS). They can’t do enough for you here. It’s furthur from town but still walkable. We’re on a nice floating dock, a large “t” straight out from the office. The current is strong and it appears exposed but we weathered one really bad blow very well. The charter captains have been great and we enjoyed the excitement of a really large tournament and subsequent partying last weekend. We saw lots of beautiful dorado and wahoo. There is a very nice butcher on Fraser (hwy 17) who went out of his way to get us what we were looking for. He also said to call and since they deliver to the Front st restaurants they could drop an order off at the marina. We have taken advantage of Enterprise’s weekend special for car rental and locals have given us lots of places to explore. We have enjoyed our stay here. The old houses and churches are nice. It’s a short car ride to good plantation tours south and Brookgreen gardens to the north. Charleston is an hour away by car and Murrell’s Inlet a half hour. We would come back to Georgetown again and stay at Georgetown Landing Marina.
John & Ellie Wheeler
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