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Barefoot Landing Marina (Transient Dock)

Posted by admin | Posted on 08-07-2008

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8. Barefoot Landing Marina (Transient Dock)
(843) 663-0838
Statute Mile: 353.5
Lat/Lon: near 33 48.101 North/078 44.668 West
Location: overlooks the ICW’s eastern banks, a short hop south of the Barefoot Landing Bridge
Transient dockage: available
Transient dockage rate: $1.50 per foot per night, include electrical connections at no additional charge (this dock was once free, but that is no longer the case)
Type of Dockage: floating wooden decked face dock
Total number of slips/berths: 1100 feet of face dock
Dockside Power Connections: 30-50-100 amp
Dockside Fresh Water Connections: Available
Restaurant: many on-site
Restaurant recommendations: T-Bones Gill and Grill (843-272-7111), Greg Norman’s Australian Grill (843-361-0000), Flying Fish Public Market & Grill (843-663-3474), Umbertos 843-272-1176), Joe’s Crab Shack (843-272-5900) and many more on-site
Provisioning possibilities: Bi-Lo supermarket within walking distance; marina will provide transportation to a nearby super Wal-Mart
LPG (Propane) Availability: LPG tank exchange located at Kangaroo store across highway
Free-Wi-Fi internet access available
Depths: 5 to 8 feet MLW

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Comments from the Cruisers' Net Community (4)

I have stayed there and at Barefoot Landing by the outlet stores. Face dock every time. I’ve never had a problem with wakes, it’s a no wake zone. If jet skis bother you, travel from here to Little River in winter or heavy rain. The ICW here is polluted with them [jet skis] and for most of the operators, this is the first time they have ever driven a boat.

We are here now (08/20/2011). We’ve been here three days and are leaving tomorrow. Friendly staff and easy dockage. The costs go down the longer you stay. Ice is available.

Plenty of restaurants and “beach” type stores within walking distance. The restrooms are public, but clean.

Just keep in mind, it’s a “dock”, not a “marina. No pool, no showers, no captain’s lounge, etc.

Would I recommend it? Yes, I would.

Just a quick note to say good spot, many restaurants and shops, very helpful dockmaster BUT at present no showers. Restrooms yes, showers no. Wanted to correct the listing. Leigh on Raconteur.

Arrived here about 1500 and were greeted by Mark the Dockmaster. He expertly helped us tie up our dock lines and adjust fenders. Price is $1.50 per foot and that includes electric and WiFi which makes it a great deal. The welcome pack includes info on the shopping area and a great discount coupon to T-Bones. The docks are in great shape and very easy to approach from the waterway.

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