Brunswick Landing Marina Notes (Statue Mile 680)
Brunswick Landing Marina sits hard by downtown Brunswick, GA. This marina has become very popular with cruisers, both for transient dockage and much longer stays. Captain Jim's note below gives some of the reasons for this facility's appeal.
Also nearby, on Jekyll Creek, is Jekyll Harbor Marina (A SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS' NET SPONSOR). This is also a superb pleasure craft facility that is highly recommended by this writer.
Tomorrow (Mon) Palmetto Moon will be on the move North from (MM 680) Brunswick, Ga. This has been our spot to escape the chilly and strong winds of the past week. While in Brunswick, we were able to see some of the nearby sights and enjoy some goooooood meals in the revitalized downtown. This is worth the effort and off route miles for a great stop. The marina is very calm and the only noise is the occasional trains going to and from the paper mill. Almost every afternoon there is a meeting, convention and general gathering of Seagulls, Cormorants, terns, small shore birds and a few crows who think they are waterfowl, that use the T-head as their place to show who's boss bird. Often times the little shore birds are the victors. Very funny sight watching these bantams chase the much larger away.