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Hazzard Marine

Posted by admin | Posted on 07-28-2008

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18. Hazzard Marine
(843) 527-3625
http://www.hazmar.com
Statute Mile: 403
Lat/Lon: near 33 21.650 North/079 16.792 West
Location: southeasternmost marina on the downtown Georgetown waterfront – Sampit River
Transient dockage: available
Transient dockage rate: $1.50 per foot per night
Type of Dockage: floating concrete decked face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 250 feet
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available (climate controlled)
Laundromat: Available
Restaurant: many nearby
Restaurant Recommendations: Rice Paddy (843-546-2021), River Room (843-527-4110), Thomas’ Cafe (breakfast, 843-546-7776)
Provisioning Possibilities: Stormy’s Sea Food Market on site (843-545-8430), Kudzu Bakery (843-546-1847, WONDERFUL!) within walking distance, take taxi to local Piggly Wiggly or Food Lion supermarkets
LPG (Propane) Availability: Marina staff can sometimes provide transportation or take taxi to Georgetown Ice House (843-546-6169) about 1 mile away which offers LPG tank refill
Free Wi-Fi internet access: available
Gasoline and diesel fuel: available
Waste pump-out: available
Depths: 6-8 foot typical depths

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (9)

Also there is Hazzard Marina a bit farther south of HW. Hazzard is the first marina on your starboard when coming into Sandpit River, Reed T. is the dock master. Great haul out service available there. They did our bottom this winter without a hitch and fair price. Chris can put you on great Techs in the area if you require electrical, mech or any other needs. HM is a bit farther away from downtown but you can easy walk it.
John Beaver

Very helpful people and nice location is you want close access to downtown. We had several meals at The River Room resturant and were pleased with the quality of their food and reasonable prices.
If you like 100+ year old houses, this is the place for you! The older districts of town begin just next to Hazzard Marina. Don’t miss the Rice Museum.
Sykes
SV Aquarius

Equus is on the hard in Georgetown at Hazard’s Marina & Boatyard with a shaft- cutless bearing- stuffing box problem that was about to sink us . Hazard’s is a first-class operation now. I remember it from years ago as only a rickety old pier with a bad fuel pumps. It is now small but five star for service and accomodations..
Best of the season to you and yours,
Andy Denmark

Hazzard Marine in Georgetown- good directions into the marina and a very helpful dockhand. We needed to go into town to provision at the Piggly-Wiggly, so we called the Midnight Cab Co. $3 to anywhere in town!
Joy and Shel Rabin, aboard m/v Evening Star

Hazzard Marine in Georgetown has been redone. It sports new docks, showers, captain’s lounge and a new friendly additude. Also, cheapest diesel around. I would recommend this marina to anyone. Room for four or five transients.
Captain John Cashen

Subject: Georgetown SC
Message: We are in Georgetown for the Wooden Boat Show. The weather didn’t cooperate and it’s high 40′s and rain. Georgetown is great, however. We’re at Hazzard marine which ;is a really nice facility and about a four block walk from downtown.
Fred Sorensen
OA 43 “PENGUIN”

Hazzard Marina in Georgetown gets a big plus. Their automatic fuel dispenser works fine with a VISA or MasterCard. We got in at sundown (after closing) after 12 hours on the ICW, and filled up just fine. The dockmaster had also authorized to take a face dock position for overnight and put the fee in the mailbox if we left before they open in the morning. We liked the catch of the day at Captain’s Quarters.
Michael Tigar
S/V Lady Jane
Bound for St. Augustine

Moving a move north we stopped at Hazzard’s Marina in Georgetown. Great facilities on long floating pier. Laundry and showers clean, working and near pier. They have Captain’s lounge and free wifi but you need good antenna to get it from out on pier. Just a 4 block walk to town. The dockmaster on a Sunday was there to help us tie up but was not knowledgeable about the town. We enjoyed Hazzards. Good stop.
Sincerely,
Phil and Carey Bolin
Apolonia, 43′ Vista

We have stopped at Georgetown a number of times and always enjoyed it. We found Hazard Marina to be the best place for us of the 3 we tried. We probably wouldn’t stay there for a week but a night or two has always been a good stop.
May you have fair skies and calm seas,
Capt. Jackie and Capt. Lynn Millikin
Nauti Dreams

Subject: HAzzard Marine — Rice Paddy
Cruising News: Huzzah’s for Hazzard Marine. Since 8 Nov 2008 this has been our best marina experience. It’s a small place with a big heart and excellent facilities and management. The Rice Paddy can be described the same way — a big heart, excellent ambiance and management. And the food and service staff puts it in our top three ICW dining experiences. We strongly recommend both.
Chris Waln

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