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Jeykyll Harbor Marina... a Cool Place to Beat the HeatThe Hyatt dock is a popular boating dock along the Savannah River that many tourists and boaters use if they are staying at The Hyatt or just stopping by River Street for some lunch.  If you’re sailing along Tybee Island, park your boat and grab a burger!Located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway, Skidaway River at Mile 590, Marker 46-A, Latitude:   N  31o 58.78' , Longitude: W 081o 03.35' 2-354-8187Riviera Dunes Marina Just off Tampa Bay Owned and Operated by BoatersBoca Grande Marina, Gasparilla Island, FloridaAmelia Island Yacht Basin - Marina and Boat Yard - Amelia Island Florida
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Savannah Hyatt Dock


Basic Marina Information:

Phone: (912) 721-4654
Lat/Lon: Near 32 04.940 North / 81 05.476 West
Location: flanks the southern banks of Savannah River, just west of the Savannah City Docks
Depths: 27 ft.

Service Details:

Transient dockage: Available
Transient dockage rate: $3.00 per foot, per night
Type of dockage: floating concrete decked face docks
Total number of slips/berths: 414 feet
Dockside Power Connections: 30/50/100 amp power hookups available

Dock. Fresh Water Connections: Available
Showers: Available, Climate Controlled - in hotel across the street
Laundromat: Available
Swimming Pool: Available
Restaurant: many nearby
Restaurant Recommendations:

Sapphire Grill (912-443-9962), Elizabeths On Thirty Seventh (912-2365547), Olde Pink House Restaurant (912-232-4286)

Provisioning Possibilities: Kroger supermarket several miles away, taxi ride necessary, taxi stand at hotel just across street


Reviews from the Cruisers' Net Community (2)

  1. Tom Wilson -  April 26, 2013 - 10:44 am

    My better half and I have stayed both at the Hyatt dock and at the Market Street dock. Both are accommodating but neither is what I would call a first class facility. Wifi and cable were “iffy” at best. And yes, to answer your question more specifically, the large boat traffic did keep us bouncing around some, and the clunk of tree limbs and other flotsam on its way to the ocean also created some anx. However, it is all worth it to visit and tour River Street and to take a horse and buggy ride through that beautiful city. Our favorite restaurants are “Vics on the River”, and just off the river, but within walking distance is the “Blue Safire” Restaurant. We would recommend the visit and these restaurants enthusiastically.
    Tom Wilson

  2. Larry -  April 19, 2011 - 11:24 pm

    Instead, I called the Hyatt, which is located next to City Hall and has 414 feet of dock on the river. I expected the dock to be full of 100 foot megayachts, but Jennifer, the dockmaster, said there was plenty of room and even a 30 amp outlet she could put us near (they advertise 50 and 100 amp service only). We went for that even at the price of $3/foot. The advertised ammenities seemed worth it at only 50-cents more than the other dock. The third facility is at an even more splendiferous hotel than the Hyatt, but it is on the South Carolina side of the river. Even though they offered free ferry
    service to the Savannah waterfront, we decided not to go there. We would rather have the old port a step off O.G’s deck.
    Captain Ted Jones


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