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    • Jekyll Harbor Marina

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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: (912) 635-3137
      Website: http://www.jekyllharbor.com/
      Statute Mile: 684.5
      Lat/Lon: Near 31°02.778 N / 81°25.350 W
      Location: lies along the easterly banks of the AICW’s passage through Jekyll Creek, immediately south of the 65-foot fixed bridge
      Depths: 10 ft.
      Address: 1 Harbor Rd. 
      Jekyll Island GA  31527


      Service Details:

      Transient dockage: Available
      Transient dockage rate: $2.25 per foot, per night. Weekly rate $11.00 per foot
      Boat/US Dockage Discount: 10% Discount
      Other Dockage Discount: Discounts available/check with marina
      Type of dockage: floating concrete decked slips and face docks
      Live Aboards Allowed: yes
      Monthly Dockage Rate:

      $15.00 per foot per month, not available in March, April, November or December except with a yearly lease

      Monthly Dockage Rate Notes: Not available in March, April, November or December except with a year long contract
      30 amp $50 per month
      50 amp or 2/30amp $90 per month
      Cable TV $30 per month
      Total number of slips/berths: 730 feet
      Dockside Power Connections: 30/50 amp power hookups available

      $5.00/per night - 30 amp hookup, $7.00/per night - 50 amp hookup
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections: Available
      Showers: Available, Climate Controlled
      Laundromat: Available
      Swimming Pool: Available
      Restaurant: on-site and others nearby
      Restaurant Recommendations:

      Zachry's (912) 319-2174

      Provisioning Possibilities: Cruisers can take marina van to IGA supermarket 1/2 mile away, bikes also available
      LPG (Propane) Availability: Available

      Use courtesy van for LPG tank exchange at Flash Foods convenience store 1 mile away and/or campgounds 6 miles away for LPG tank refill
      Dockside Cable Television Connection: Available
      Wi-Fi Internet Access: Free Wifi Available
      Waste pump-out: Available
      Gasoline and diesel fuel: Gas & Diesel Available


      Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

      Reporting Date: November 12, 2018
      Notes: ethanol free
      Gasoline Price: $4.45 (All Taxes Included)
      Diesel Fuel Price: $3.80 (All Taxes Included)
      Any Quantity Discount: 10 cent per gallon for 200 + gallons

      Reviews from Cruisers (33)

      1. dick lawson -  June 28, 2016 - 8:49 am

        First time to Jekyll in a couple years. Marina under new management and services are good. The adjoining restaurant, DJ’s is closed, but being renovated by new owners and supposed to be open later this year. New town center on the island is beautiful with groceries, shopping and several restaurants – quite an upgrade from the past. It’s within walking distance, or the marina will let you use their golf cart for up to 90 minutes at a time. I required some engine work and they recommended Leo Ross, 912-266-1323, from Brunswick. He did a good and reasonable job and is also recommended.

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      2. Dave Boxmeyer -  January 1, 2016 - 4:52 pm

        If it were not for the exposure to the weather, I would have given this marina five stars. You are tied up to a face dock and wind out of the south can make things exciting. There can also be a wake problem when one of the jerks who can not understand the "no wake" sign come past.

        Aside from the above the place is wonderful. It is right on the ICW, has fuel, a pumpout ($15.00) and the rate is reasonable. The staff is on the ball and will be happy to help you with any questions. There is a restaurant at the marina but for serious dining you want to head for the Jekyll Island Club. In fact, if you have the time a tour of the historic district is a must. You can find out how the rich and famous lived back around 1900.

        They have made quite a few changes over the last few years. There is now a high end market available next to the convention center. It is well stocked and also has a few restaurants inside. Be forewarned, nothing on Jekyll Island is cheap.

        Public transportation is very limited, so bring your bikes or be prepared to rent a car from Enterprise, in Brunswick, they will pick you up at the marina. If you rent a car, everything that you will ever need is in Brunswick.

        If you like to ride bikes, the Island has over 20 miles of trails. The locals will stop for you where the trail crosses the road. Most tourists, not so. They will flatten you ass in a heartbeat.

        We arrived in early December and ended up staying for the entire month. We will be back in the spring.

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      3. James Newsome -  October 30, 2014 - 9:41 am

        I highly recommend at stopover at Jekyll Harbor Marina for cruisers traveling the ICW. Located directly on the ICW, the marina is a very convenient stopover for the weary traveler looking for a couple days of R&R.
        If you haven’t visited Jekyll Island before you’ve missed a real treat. The beaches and Historical District are less than a mile away, easily within walking and biking distance. Or why not try one of the marina’s new complementary golf carts and explore the island. Jekyll Island is an unique coastal treasure. In Georgia it’s called the “nearest faraway place.”
        The onsite restaurant “684″ (formerly SeaJay’s) is under new ownership with a new chef. Two weeks ago I was traveling up the ICW from Fernandina Beach to St. Simon’s Island with another boat. We contacted Meagan at Jekyll Harbor Marina a couple days ahead to make sure it was OK for us to tie up at the transient dock over lunch hour. She could not have been more accommodating and the restaurant easily handled our large group. BTW, the food at “684″ is excellent!
        James Newsome

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      4. Sonny Reeves -  October 27, 2014 - 10:20 am

        Hi Capt Larry,
        The dockmaster Scott Todd @ Jekyll Harbor Marina has worked hard with the owners to get two golf carts for boaters to use on the island. These are excellent vehicles to visit the Historic district and the shopping center on the island.
        In addition a new set of washer and dryers are now in our renovated laundry room. The Showers have been tiled and updated. Very nice and just in time for South bound cruisers to stop over on Georgia’s Jekyll Island. With 30 miles of bike trails you can ride one of the marina’s free and new bicycles to the beach, the forest or river view trails in safety off the roads.Enjoy!
        Sonny

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      5. Alan and Kathy Morris -  January 14, 2014 - 4:37 pm

        Jekyll Harbor Marina is a great spot right on the ICW to spend the night, or spend several months. We are spending the winter here. Great facilities – pool, restaurant, bicycles available, dog friendly, the staff is friendly and always ready to help, and the General Manager, Scott Todd, makes it all run like a well oiled machine. If they don’t have what you need just ask and they will do everything they can to make your visit a pleasant one.
        The Island is not to be missed – oozing with history, awesome dog friendly beaches, beautiful golf courses and miles of scenic bike paths.
        Alan /Kathy Morris

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      6. John Pholeric -  November 19, 2013 - 8:03 am

        Stayed two night here. The people are nice: however, when I expressed concern about them putting a boat 2 feet in front of me, I was told they would get me out at 5:30 rather then moving me while they had space. It did not go well because of a missed dock line which I was told to leave. $600 of gelcoat damage was the result. It can be hard to take care of everything in dark and fog.

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      7. Bill Borchet -  November 3, 2013 - 10:44 am

        We too stopped at Jekyll Harbor on our way to Charleston last month. I was pleasantly surprised at the service and the shuttle available. We didn’t have any issues with the strong current because they put us on the outside of the lay along dock. I also recommend this as a convenient stop either north in the spring or south in the fall.
        Bill Borchet

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      8. Tom -  November 3, 2013 - 10:43 am

        Every cruiser going north or south along the Georgia ICW will pass Jekyll Harbor Marina, just below the bridge to Jekyll Island at AICW mile 684. There is always a concern about currents or water depth as I pass this marina so I know looking over a marina is the last thing I want to do; I just want to get safely out of the area. Recently things were different and I needed a place to weather out a storm near St Andrews Sound and called the folks at Jekyll Harbor. They couldn’t have been more accommodating in every way possible. Not only did they do a great job of
        snatching me off the waterway in strong currents, they arranged a van to take several of us to dinner over at the Club that night. Their dock prices are reasonable and the staff is most helpful. The General Manager, Scott Todd, has even offered that if 6 or more boats come in together, he will personally cook supper for everyone. Make a note of that offer for the Spring migration northward.
        Stay safe,
        Tom

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      9. Sonny Reeves -  October 2, 2013 - 3:48 pm

        The Jekyll Harbor Marina is almost done with a major dredging project; the last of the slips are being finished this week. We will now have over 12-13 feet in some slips. None will be less than 9 feet. Thanks to Scott Todd and the Marina staff for working so hard on this project.
        Sonny

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      10. Captain Sonny -  July 9, 2013 - 1:45 pm

        The Hot tub is Hot! Thanks Terry!
        The pool is always shaded by beautiful Live Oaks adorned with Spanish moss and is always Cold!
        The showers are clean! Thanks V! The new renovations are nice. Thanks Randy!
        The docks float and are concrete, the potable water is clean and each slip has a connection with a dock box.
        The WiFi is strong enough for NetFlix! Thanks Doc!
        The facedock is always full of interesting transients.
        The Parking is close by and shaded by the beautiful Live Oaks!
        The new bike trail is safe and goes over to the old mansions and “The Club” or the beach connecting to 25+ miles of bike trails.
        The market, post office and other stores are a short bike ride away.
        The fishing is great! Especially aboard the “FatBoy” Thanks Alex and Brian!
        The dock hands are experienced and helpful. Thanks Wes!
        The staff are respectful, professional and helpful. Thanks Megan!
        Our neighbors are wonderful friends.
        The Marina host potlucks and cookouts! Thanks Scott!
        Angie makes the best BBQ Ribs ever!
        The Jekyll Bubble actually exists! We have watched storms go around us. Last major storm was 1898.
        Riding bikes through the Historic District early in the AM. Nice because there are almost no people. Riding on the beach early, nice because you see turtle tracks and the Sea Turtle Center marks the nests.
        The marina is scheduled for dredging soon! Thanks Scott!
        We have a onsite surveyor and delivery Captains! Thanks Frank and Lynn!
        We have Boat US onsite! Thanks Rich!
        Music and drinks on the dock for Sundowners.
        Our boat insurance rates are lower here than 60 miles south in Florida.
        We don’t smell the paper mills in Brunswick.
        Shark tooth hunting. Shelling. Watching the Bald Eagles and seeing Deer, Alligators and Raccoons on the bike rides.
        We have the most awesome sunsets over the marsh.
        The State park is a gated, state trooper patrolled community.
        The beautiful beaches are mostly deserted during the week days.
        Drift Wood Beach is remarkable in it’s beauty.
        Cumberland Island and other great anchorages are a short boat trip away.
        We are safe and secure at our homeport.

        What we don’t like about being at Jekyll Harbor Marina:
        The no see ums that swarm when the wind dies down. The good side is they keep the “Disneyland” type tourists from visiting!
        The water in the ICW is dark brown from the silt and tannin. The good side is If the water was clear and there were no bugs then the place would be developed worse than any tourist trap in Florida.
        One of the Live Oaks fell and crushed a car we were fond of, but the insurance paid off so we could buy another. Thanks State Farm!
        Idiots that speed on the island!
        Idiots that speed on the water!
        Idiots that don’t stop or slow down for people on bikes even in the crosswalks.
        Fishing and catching stingrays.
        We fear that developers will some how get control and their greed will destroy this Jewell of the Golden Isles.
        It is 30 miles to downtown Woodbine Georgia the home of Capt. Stan’s Smokehouse. This restaurant needs to be onsite. We all have to die from something and I choose BBQ and fresh oysters! The onsite restaurant just does not get the message.
        The new traffic gate seems to slow the trip back on to the island instead of making things more efficient.
        Tourists that walk the dock looking into the boats and generally being annoying.
        Tourists that throw their trash out on the roads, beach and the water.
        There is no music on the docks since Andy and Diana have gone to the Chesapeake for the summer.
        Captain Sonny

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      11. Jim Smiley -  July 8, 2013 - 1:46 pm

        I agree with most of the positives, but need to add a couple of negatives . . . several years ago we were at the dock when a tropical storm was approaching. At that time (and maybe now) the marina had a contract with a large river cruise liner. On the morning of the storm the cruise ship decided to return to the marina to ride out the storm. Three boats (included ours) were . . . told to leave. The result was that we were kicked off the dock in 30 kts of wind. No fun crossing GA sounds in that kind of wind. After a very trying day we anchored safely in Cattle Pen Creek. Since that incident we have not stayed at the marina unless the tides were unfavorable for doing Jeckyl Creek.
        Jim Smiley

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      12. John Holmes -  April 26, 2013 - 8:53 am

        We docked at Jekyll Harbor a few days ago, as usual the staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. This can be a challenge when the current is running strong and the staff knows exactly what you should do if you have any doubts. Dinner at SeaJays was good. The night we were there the crowd was much greater then they had anticipated and they only had one wait staff and she was literally running to keep up. She did a great job and no one was upset with a little extra wait time. Prices were good and the food was great. Could have used a couple more shrimp in the shrimps and grits but it was great.
        John Holmes

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      13. Harriet Hardy -  April 25, 2013 - 4:16 pm

        We stayed at Jekyll Harbor marina for one night in December 2012. It’s still a nice place–low key and very friendly.
        Harriet Hardy
        sv Moondance

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      14. Raymond W. Smith -  April 25, 2013 - 3:44 pm

        Have stopped there many times. Four (4) days early 2013. Everything is good about this marina. What ever your needs, they can accommodate. Wife needed medical attention from a prior finger injury, no problem. Gave us their vehicle to travel to a Medical Facility in Brunswick, Ga. Also, very friendly and helpful live a boards.
        Raymond W. Smith
        “Fire Dog”

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      15. Harry Burns -  April 25, 2013 - 10:23 am

        Claiborne,
        In response to your request for NE FL/Ga wish list items – here is Jekyll Harbor Marina:
        We spent two nights at Jekyll Harbor Marina starting on March 30, 2013 as part of our journey home from Marathon to VA on our 37′ sailing vessel. We were tied up on the face dock directly parallel to the waterway. Entry for tie was easy into the current with good help from skilled and friendly staff. Depth may be a problem here for some. We draw only 4.5′ and had no issues on the face dock. However, we did see as low as 5.8′ while tied up and another sailing vessel that also draws 4.5′ in a slip at a right angle to the face dock closer to shore and across from us told me they sit in the mud during many lows. However, this is their third year here as their home port and they “love the place”.
        There is clearly much to love here. We specifically stopped here because our 6 year old grandson was onboard for a four day visit. Don’t miss the Jekyll Island Club in the historic district for some great food, stop at the sea turtle hospital, use the many miles of excellent biking and walking trails for access all over the island. Driftwood beach on the north end is a special spot at low to mid-tide with massive exposed trees blown over that must be explored by kids and adults. There are guided 3 hour kayak tours operated from the Univ. of GA marine site south of the marina that we did not do, but heard good things about.
        Issues reported here with shallow water just north of the Jekyll Island bridge are true. We departed near low tide and expected to be OK with our 4.5′ draft. We did make it through but bumped several times starting just south of Marker 19″ .
        Harry Burns
        S/V Two for the Roads

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      16. Terry Bieker -  April 25, 2013 - 9:26 am

        In spring of 2010 we stayed two nights at Jekyll Island Marina. Fine place. We had a GREAT dinner at the Jekyll Island Club. Have not eaten at sea-Jays.
        Terry Bieker

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      17. Captain Mary -  April 24, 2013 - 8:20 am

        We spent a few nights at this marina on our way south earlier this year. The floating dock is easy to tie to, the facilities are clean, and the historic district is a short walk away. There are several liveaboards at this marina, and they are very outgoing, usually inviting transients to one of their many cookouts. We think that the food at SeaJays is not as good as it has been in years past, but they have a great happy hour every day, which we enjoyed.
        Captain Mary
        Intermezzo

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      18. John Winter -  April 23, 2013 - 10:22 am

        Still a great stop and still has courtesy car. Price could be cheaper, but given they have a pool, car, etc, then the price is ok. Restaurant is still there and good. Water depths thru Jekyll Creek still shallow, but we see 5′ draft boats going thru threre at dead low tide. We did it at dead low tide in our 4′ draft and were nervous, but did fine (saw nothing less than 5′)
        John Winter

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      19. Sue Schneider -  April 20, 2013 - 8:37 pm

        Some great things going for this place: ultra clean showers, wifi that actually works at the docks, courtesy car and loaner bikes. Just make sure you budget for the extra charges on dockage. Bravo, Scotty, for great service.
        We are currently staying here at Jekyll Harbor Marina on our journey back north and wanted to let cruisers know that they are charging for every foot your boat, dinghy, davits, anchor overhang, etc. take up on their face dock. We are a 37 ft. sail and they wanted to charge us for 49 ft. We negociated them down to 42 ft.

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      20. Martha Crafton -  February 15, 2013 - 4:30 pm

        It’s about time I added my two cents’ worth. We began stopping at the Jekyll Harbor Marina in 1999. Fast forward 10 years, and we began to leave our boat here on a permanent basis. We don’t get to spend as much time on our boat as we would like, but this place just keeps getting better. Great dockmates, a customer-friendly new manager, the best potlucks ever and a whole island to explore. The JIA is agressively making improvements with miles of new bicycle paths, new convention center. The landscaping of walkways and bikepaths is beautiful. So, I say in my best Hoosier accent, “Y’all come!”M/S Sandpiper

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      21. Sonny Reeves -  September 7, 2012 - 6:51 am

        Cruising News:
        New manager @ Jekyll Harbor Marina. Scott Todd has assumed the position of Marina Manager and is determined to deliver the best service on the ICW. The marina is looking forward to many improvements and updates as Scott and his team work hard to make JHM the place to be. Jekyll Harbor Marina is a Clean Marina and will welcome transients and long term boaters. Enjoy the nice weather and a safe harbor this winter as you travel the ICW.
        Sonny Reeves

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      22. Sonny -  November 27, 2010 - 7:43 am

        Jekyll Island and the Marina are very special. The new dock master, Jessie and staff are working hard to improve everything. The new walkway, clean showers and pool area under the live oaks are the nicest on this coast. A bike ride to the beach or the historic district is in order when you dock here. No problems with depth at the docks and the channel is clear. Jessie and the staff cooked a wonderful thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings plus homemade Clam chowder for the cruisers docked here on Thanksgiving.

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      23. Sweet Pea -  October 16, 2010 - 11:14 pm

        Here’s an update since we decided to stay for a while rather than push on. Jessie, the new dock master, is busy with lots of maintenance and upgrade projects: replacing the wooden walkway to the floating docks, more powerful WiFi with repeaters to push the signal below decks, revamping the showers, and generally putting things in tip-top condition. They’ve started a boaters reward program with coupons for free laundry tokens, discounts on dockage, free bicycle use. No hassle to join, just give them your email or even just the boat’s name. Friendly community of cruisers, many of whom return year after year. There’s often an impromptu party on the dock around sundown that may then migrate to Sea Jay’s to listen to the live music.
        Doc aboard s/v Sweet Pea, Island Packet 32

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      24. Sweet Pea -  October 10, 2010 - 12:41 pm

        The staff and manager couldn’t be more helpful. The concrete face dock parallels the current so, making arrival and departure much easier. We enjoyed being a short bike ride from the historic district and spent several days exploring the island.
        Doc aboard s/v Sweet Pea, Island Packet 32

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      25. Sun Dog -  April 29, 2010 - 9:32 am

        I echo Capt Diana’s comments. We’ve been at Jekyll Island Marina since February. Friendly people, great restarants. Since most transients tie up side-on to the east side of the river, there is an unobstructed view of the sunset.
        The ICW here is a bit tricky, but keep a close eye on the sounder and plotter and you’ll be fine.
        Sun Dog – 420 Sundancer

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      26. Capt. Diana -  April 23, 2010 - 1:22 pm

        Jekyll Island’s specialness, and the many reasons that make Jekyll Harbor Marina a great stop along the coast, has been well-described here. I would like to add to it and make some corrections, however. SeaJay’s Waterfront Cafe and Pub is open year-round (not seasonally) seven days a week. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, the entertainment is live, acoustical guitar music. And yes, the Wharfratz still perform, getting better every year. The place can get busy, but the veranda’s stunning view at sunset can make the wait more pleasant. Also just south of Jekyll Harbor is Tidelands Nature Center, easy to reach with one of the marina’s courtesy bikes. A courtesy van (island use only) also helps meet provisioning needs and takes guests to golf courses. The local grocery has nearly everything a cruiser might require, fresh and otherwise. And the liquor store, bank and post office are conveniently nearby.
        Capt. Diana
        SV Strider
        Tayana 37

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      27. SV Aquarius -  April 13, 2010 - 11:24 am

        Enjoyed our stay at Jekyll Harbor Marina. Highly recommend a tour of the mostly restored Millionaire’s Club area. Ate lunch and dinner at the club house. Both were excellent. Lunch was fairly cheap, but dinner very expensive, but worth it in my estimation. Also there is the Georgia Marine Research center which has a hospital for turles. One was having an operation!!!
        SV Aquarius

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      28. Captain Arnold -  March 30, 2010 - 1:01 pm

        Jekyll Harbor Marina as always is a nice place to stop – $1.75 transient rate. But if you just buy a little fuel and perhaps have lunch at the delightful Caribe style restaurant, they’ll let you stay at the dock free for a couple of hours. Certainly an overnight stay is worthwhile if only to see the “Millionaires Club” where at one time (circa 1910) the Morgans, Rockefellers and Rothchilds formed the Federal Reserve. Now their less wealthy successors play croquet on the lawn – “keeping a stiff upper lip” as we Brits say.
        Captain Arnold

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      29. Capt Bill, s/v Kittiwake -  November 6, 2009 - 5:04 pm

        Good stay on 10/27 – for the first time the tides didn’t seem to be as strong, we had to mess around some to figure out what it was doing, but not quite slack. SeaJays was an outstanding place to hang out for the night, even with almost nobody around!

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      30. Sherry Rabin -  September 24, 2009 - 9:59 am

        Did not stay at Jekyll Harbor this year, but ate at SeaJay’s last year. I highly recommend the Brunswick Stew and Bourbon pecan pie.
        Sherry Rabin
        M/V Evening Star

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      31. Woody Norwood -  September 23, 2009 - 1:50 pm

        Our next stop was Jekyll Harbor Marina (in 2008 and 2009). This is a small facility with friendly competent service. The restaurant is open only seasonally, but the food is fine and on Friday and Saturday nights they often have live music and it can be a long wait for service (a good sign, but frustrating). The store has very limited supplies.
        Best regards,
        Woody Norwood

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      32. SV Gratitude -  September 23, 2009 - 1:31 pm

        We had a great stay there last month. The setting is lovely, the pool divine. No problem docking when we took the dockmasters advice. We ate at SeaJays and thought the food was quite good. Staff very friendly.
        Paul & Judy Jones
        SV Gratitude
        2005 Island Packet 445
        Draft 5’

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      33. David -  July 22, 2009 - 3:29 pm

        We have been to Jeckyl a number of times in the last 5 years and stay at the Jeckyl Harbor Marina. Is always a great place to stay and do day trips from. SeaJays is not fancy but the food and entertainment is always exceptional. Do not know if they are still performing on occasions, but the WarfRats are great.
        David

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    • Lang’s Marina (currently under reorganization)

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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: (912) 882-4452 or 4252
      VHF: Monitored: 16         Working: 71
      EMail: langsseafood2@tvs.net
      Fax: (912) 882-6292
      Statute Mile: 712
      Lat/Lon: Near 30°43.171 N / 81°32.849 W
      Location: located in the heart of downtown St. Marys Village, on the northern shores of St. Marys River, west of marker #13
      Depths: 12 ft.
      Address: 100 St Marys St
      St Marys GA  31558


      Service Details:

      Transient dockage: Available
      Transient dockage rate: $1.00 per foot per night
      Type of dockage: fixed concrete decked slips and face docks
      Live Aboards Allowed: no
      Total number of slips/berths: 100
      Dockside Power Connections: 30/50 amp power hookups available

      $3.00/per night - 30 amp hookup, $6.00/per night - 50 amp hookup
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections: Available
      Showers: Available
      Restaurant: many nearby
      Restaurant Recommendations:

      Riverside Cafe (breakfast, lunch and dinner, 912-882-3466), Lang’s Restaurant (closed Sunday and Monday, 912-882-4452)

      Provisioning Possibilities: Convenience store 1 mile away, long walk necessary or golf cart rentals available
      LPG (Propane) Availability: Available

      Take taxi to Big A Auto Parts for LPG tank refill 2 miles away
      Waste pump-out: Available, east side basin/ $5.00
      Gasoline and diesel fuel: Gas & Diesel Available


      Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

      Reporting Date: October 29, 2018
      Notes: ethanol free
      Gasoline Price: no answer
      Diesel Fuel Price: no answer

      Reviews from Cruisers (13)

      1. Rob -  August 31, 2017 - 10:09 pm

        8/28/17 – 8/31/17 The marina has got to be one of the worst maintained marina’s in the country. The place is falling apart. No power, no lights, no railings, etc, etc. at the west marina, so we had to get a hotel. Across from our slip, a 20 foot end section of a concrete floating dock broke away while we were there. Boats were on it. It was still swinging around a piling when we left. Bare metal bolts exposed on the side of the floating docks, thank goodness our fenders were out before we got to the slip. We had to get a hotel room because no working power and debris was so prevalent that our generator intake required constant clearing. Power pedestals laying down or half way in the water on both the east and west marinas. The east marina is slightly better than the west marina, but you’ll need to search around for a power pedestal without burned out receptacles, bring plenty of power cord. The tripping hazards, holes in the dock walkways, and missing docks, submerged docks, at the west dock are too numerous to mention. The dockmaster, Nat, was a nice kind gentleman, always saying he wanted to help. Cutting deals to get you to stay while waiting the weather out instead leaving. Made promises of returning dock fees if weather broke and we left early, but of course when the weather broke and we left two days early, he was quick to say they had a policy of not returning any prepaid fees as he pointed to the sign and said he was happy to help with anything we needed. The overnight rate is $1.00 per foot, while that sounds good, it is overpriced because the place is so dangerous. When you add in the hotel rooms, it’s not so cheap. You must really be careful walking around the docks, etc. We were only there by chance as it is the only marina between two large sounds on the ICW and needed a place to leave our boat for a few days until the weather got better. I was there about 10 to 12 years ago under similar circumstances, it was horrible then too. St. Mary’s is a nice little town, we had some great meals there this week. People are very nice. It continues to puzzle me and many others why the marina owners do not reinvest in this marina asset.
        [Editor’s note: Cruisers’ Net Team Member, Curtis Hoff, experienced many of these same issues last year, confirming Rob’s comments.]

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      2. Steve Young -  April 25, 2013 - 10:27 am

        We were in St. Mary’s at the end of Jan. We always stay at Lang’s which has sturdy floating concrete docks. Play the tides for easier docking in strong current but no trouble getting on face docks at Lang’s East. Some of the electric pedestals are broken and my feet never touch the floor in the bathroom, but the price is very reasonable. Everyone is friendly and the town is pleasant.
        Lang’s Restaurant is a great place to dine. Don’t miss the all you can eat shrimp.
        Steve Young
        SV CrossRoads

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      3. Jim & Marge Fuller -  April 23, 2013 - 4:20 pm

        This is a very basic marina.No frills, poor head facilities, some power pedestals are not working, docks are dirty but substantial.
        Nate Wilson the dock master does the best he can with what he has to work with. A very nice and accommodating guy and willing to do what he can to make your stay pleasant.
        Given a choice we would not stay there but we need to as we have family in the area and stop once or twice a year. They do get full in the fall and reservations are discouraged at any time.
        Jim & Marge Fuller

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      4. Bill Brubaker -  April 24, 2011 - 9:02 am

        St. Mary’s is a little gem with super friendly people and good food. Doc’s was a cool place with live jazz one night. My wife liked the martini bar at Seagle’s. Lang’s Marina was a great bargain at $1.00 per foot, docks were in great shape with very helpful folks who were tied up there. On the down side, the marina bathrooms appeared to have last been cleaned several months earlier. Also, the $15 price for pump out was over the top and had to be paid in cash directly to the marina dockmaster. Hmmm.

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      5. Capt. Sterling -  April 28, 2010 - 1:14 pm

        Make sure you check out Deni, the bartender , at the local hotel.
        It’s a show!
        Capt. Sterling

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      6. HB Koerner -  November 18, 2009 - 9:11 pm

        If you need fuel, stop at the very first commercial dock, with the blue building “Lang’s Marina” sign behind it. Turn in to the inside dock, where a sign says “pump out station,” and that is the fuel dock. Took me half an hour to find it, as it is no where near the slips, and there was no response when I hailed channel 16. $2.79/gal for diesel. I did not stay at the marina.

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      7. Capt Bill, s/v Kittiwake -  November 6, 2009 - 5:08 pm

        Two nights tied up on the East Side’s facedock. The docks were in a very good state of repair, except for the electricity/water towers, and most of the boaters were courteous as they passed by. Nat Wilson can be difficult to find, use the phone number, may go to Restaurant first, so be ready to right down another number! I think it was good value, and close to downtown worked fine. Otherwise, agree with more of what was said about access to other services, but I knew that going on,.

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      8. Dutch -  October 10, 2009 - 12:08 pm

        Oct 6, 2009
        St Marys is indeed a quaint little village with several interesting sites within walking distance. The Submarine museum, City museum, Orange Hall Mansion, old churches and houses were very interesting and educational but no grocery store or other supplies near by. The East Lang’s Marina just beyond marker 13 provided a pleasent stay. the Dock Master, Nat Wilson was helpful, courteous and interesting to talk with. The general condition of the marina was on the low side of average, but the price of $1 per foot is hard to beat. The City was clean and the people friendly
        Dutch & Janie Haid
        Aqua Casa, Daytona Beach. FL

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      9. Woody Norwood -  September 23, 2009 - 1:48 pm

        In April 2008 we started at St Marys. This is a neat little village with some good eateries right near Langs where we tied up. The ferry to Cumberland departs from Langs. Amazingly, there is no grocery store in this town within walking distance of the marina. We stayed at the Spencer House, a wonderful taste of the old South an easy walk from the marina. There is a good boat yard around the corner a couple of miles northeast of St Marys.
        Best regards,
        Woody Norwood

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      10. Tom & Pat Keenan -  July 22, 2009 - 3:28 pm

        M/V CJ (44 Viking) stayed at Lang’s Marina East and found the docks in a state of disrepair and the shore side facilities less than adequate. Heads were not air conditioned and are in need of improvements. Only advantage to staying there was the close distance to the town.
        Claire Monroe

        Another of our favorite local destinations is St Mary’s. The passage up the St Mary’s River is pretty uneventful, but there are some shoals in the bends, so stay in the marked channel. The old Gilman paper mill is now completely demolished to make way for residential development. We always stay at Lang’s Marina, but note that there are two Lang’s Marina’s. Lang’s East is the newer facility, and where most of the transient boats are docked. It is small and has room for only a few boats, but we usually always can get in. They have concrete floating docks with power & water. A few of the power pedestals have seen better days, so you might have to drag out a spare shore power cord and a splitter. Lang’s West is the older marina, but has floating docks, of which about 50% were replaced after a bad storm a few years ago. The shore facilities at the East Marina are limited to a pair of showers & restrooms, and fuel, and pretty much nothing at the West Marina. There is an nice, elderly gentleman named Nat who is the dockmaster. He sometimes answers the radio, so we usually just call them on the phone (912) 882-4452. The office hours are somewhat limited, so if you don’t raise anyone, just dock, wait an hour or so or until the next morning (if arriving after 5pm) and go to the office at the East marina. They do not take slip reservations. Note that the current can rip through here, so be prepared.
        As far as food goes, you will be impressed. At the main road intersection between the two marinas, there is a small Italian restaurant, Pauly’s Cafe (912) 882-3944, that seats about 20 people. It is excellent and very reasonably priced. Further north on the same side of Osborne Rd is Marianne’s (912) 882-3430. Marianne Thomas used to operate as Sterling’s Southern Cafe, but moved to a larger place across the street, and since it was not in the old Sterling’s Grocery Store anymore, I guess she decided to change the name. Anyway, another fabulous place. On the waterfront street (St Mary’s St) , Lang’s Marina Restaurant (912) 882-4432 is at the foot of the West Marina dock, and is also a great choice. Also on St Mary’s St is the Riverside Cafe. We eat breakfast and lunch there every time we are in town, enough said. Seagles Restaurant (912) 882-4187 in the hotel has reopened, but we have not eaten there yet. Trolley’s is a sports bar and restaurant, and the food is so-so.
        Tom & Pat Keenan
        M/V Ms. Behavin’
        Amelia Island, FL
        Fuel dock has both diesel and gas. Not many available transient slips, One or two restaurants in town are decent. Typical sports bar/restaurant very casual. Some anchorages nearby.
        Jim

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      11. Ben and Barbara Falmlen -  July 22, 2009 - 12:05 pm

        We recently stayed at Lang’s Marina in St. Mary’s, Ga. This is the only marina in St. Mary’s.? The small town is quite quaint and interesting. The rate was .75 pf weekly and 1.00 pf daily.? We stayed for 10 days since Ben was doing work on the boat. We had water & electric.? No other amenities.? The Harbor Master, Nate is most helpful. We were able to off load the motorcycle which allowed us to get groceries and Ben was able to get the parts he needed. You can walk to several restaurants, but it is too far to get much of anything else without transportation. The town is wonderful to explore with 2 VERY nice museums one on the Cumberland Island (which is a must stop on the ICW on Cumberland Island we anchored out and took the dingy in and went on a very informative tour given by the National Park Service ) and the other museum is on the seaport hay day of St. Mary’s.? This little town is one that time has almost forgotten. We were eating on the balcony of a local restaurant and when we saw 2 cars on the street at the same time Ben said, they had a traffic jam! There are more golf carts then cars. They have a BEAUTIFUL waterfront park. The best thing was buying shrimp right off the shrimp boats as they came in! In the 10 days we were there we bought over 15 pounds of shrimp and even bought enough stone crabs for a wonderful Sunday lunch! We recommend Lang’s Seafood Restaurant. Food was very good and the cost reasonable.
        Ben and Barbara Falmlen
        Two Cats Too

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      12. Jim Cobb -  July 22, 2009 - 11:35 am

        Hello All: Monday 3-16-09
        Palmetto Moon, Jim, Su, and Alex (the lazy cat) spent 3 great days Fri. – Sun. in Lang’s Marina 5.3 miles up the St. Mary’s river, exit ICW at MM 712.3 Good floating docks (1.00/ft), city H2O, nice tourist attractions and GOOD restaurants.
        You must try Pauly’s, very small and fantastic food and inexpensive.
        This stop is worth the out of route miles. As always YMMV.
        Jim Cobb
        Palmetto Moon

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      13. charles Parks -  July 17, 2009 - 4:38 pm

        We stayed over night at marina and found it to be a place to rest for the night. The bathrooms were just ok (showers needed cleaning) and it was hard to locate dock master or anyone to discuss docking. The town was cool because it was so small and we were able to stop at all the local watering holes. We cruised inland up the St Mary’s and found it to have good depth worth taking a ride to see the large bluffs

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