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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: (843) 546-1700
      Fax: (843) 546-5055
      Website: http://georgetowndrystackmarina.com/
      Statute Mile: 403
      Lat/Lon: Near 33°21.708 N / 79°16.797 W
      Location: guards the northeastern banks of the Sampit River along the downtown Georgetown Waterfront
      Depths: 5 ft.
      Address: 18 South St. James Street
      Georgetown,  SC   29440


      Service Details:

      Transient Dockage:Available.
      Transient Dockage Rate:$1.50 per foot per night
      Type of dockage:floating wooden face docks
      Live Aboards Allowed:no
      Total number of slips/berths:15
      Dockside Power Connections:20/30/50 amp power hookups available
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections:Available.
      Showers:Available.
      Restaurant:many within walking distance
      Restaurant Recommendations:Rice Paddy (843-546-2021), River Room (843-527-4110), Thomas’ Cafe (breakfast, 843-546-7776)
      Provisioning Possibilities:Kudzu Bakery (843-546-1847, WONDERFUL!) within walking distance, take taxi to local Piggly Wiggly or Food Lion supermarkets
      LPG (Propane) Availability:Available. Take taxi or walk to Georgetown Ice House (843-546-6169) 6 or 7 blocks away for LPG tank refill and/or Pantry Convenience Store 4 blocks away for LPG tank exchange
      Wi-Fi Internet Access:Free WiFi Available
      Fuel Availability:Gas & Diesel Available
      Fuel Notes:ethanol free


      Fuel Prices (All Taxes Included)

      Reporting Date:June 7, 2021
      Fuel Notes:ethanol free
      Gasoline Price:$4.01 (All Taxes Included)
      Diesel Price:$2.88 (All Taxes Included)

      Reviews from Cruisers (11)

      1. Sara and Monty Lewis -  December 2, 2016 - 12:56 pm

        [Editor’s comment: Sara and Monty Lewis are the founders of Explorer Chartbooks, the standard for safe navigation in the Bahamas.]
        Larry,
        We are traveling down the ICW and wanted to send in a corrected phone number for Dry Stack Marina in Georgetown, SC. The correct number is 843-546-1700. The 4415 number is another business in Georgetown. Thanks for all you do to make it easy for us to cruise south.
        Sara and Monty

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      2. Harold "Cap'n H" O'Briant -  February 11, 2013 - 1:38 pm

        Headed south from Beaufort, NC on ICW. Stopped over at the old Boatshead Marina in Georgetown. It is now called Georgetown Dry Stack Marina. This is a very recent event as is evidenced by some improvements which hopefully will be undertaken very soon.
        The people are very friendly and this facility should improve to be a nice stopover.
        Mens and Womens restrooms and showers need some attention but are adequate.
        Dockage is $1.50 per foot and $5 per day for 30 or 50 amp electrical per day or $10 for both.
        One note, I could not raise the marina on the radio and had to call at 843-546-1700. Hopefully, the will be equipped with handheld radios before long. Adress is 18 South St. James Street, Georgetown, SC 29440. email at gdsm5461700@gmail.com

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      3. Paul Robson -  April 16, 2012 - 7:57 pm

        We sayed at the Baotshed on April 17 2011 The staff were friendly but the price is now $1.50 a foot and thw WiFi does not reach the transient docks.

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      4. max miller -  April 16, 2012 - 7:29 pm

        The fuel dock is the transient dock, either on the inside or outside. 1.50 per foot includes 30 amp and cable. Floating docks. No pumpout.

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      5. Dennis Lawrence -  November 14, 2011 - 9:54 pm

        We stumbled upon the Boat Shed Marina when once again we were not able to find sutible anchorage in the harbour.
        Can not say enough about how great they were with us. Even gave us a lift to the Ice House to fill our propane tank.
        Dennis Lawrence
        S/V Thate Wata

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      6. Larry Morrow -  February 26, 2010 - 9:56 am

        Because of high winds and very cold temps we pulled in to Boat Shed instead of dropping the anchor. This is our second stay here and we find it a great place to tie up. They have changed the marina office to a larger building and now have a super stocked ship’s store. Cost of $1.40 per foot includes electric, WiFi, water, and cable TV hook-up. The fuel hoses can easily reach any boat on the dock. Several trash containers spaced along the pier. Friendly staff and close to town and all the restaurants.

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      7. Claiborne -  September 3, 2009 - 12:53 pm

        Boat Shed Marina. New docks and great people. We were sailing north out of Charleston Harbor to Georgetown and got stuck when the wind shifted to the north and we had to tack several times. We got there two hours after they closed but two dock hands stayed to help us dock. Very good people and we will definitely go back there.
        Best Regards
        George
        S/V Chez Nous

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      8. Claiborne -  July 22, 2009 - 9:16 am

        We stopped at Boat Shed every trip north and south over the past 3 yrs. It is one of our favorites. The marina staff are always helpful and friendly. The town is great for walking and the Rice Museum is wonderful. We stopped there in Jan. & May of this year and were not disappointed.
        Kathryn Jeidy

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      9. Claiborne -  July 22, 2009 - 8:31 am

        Georgetown, SC, tied up at Boat Shed Marina for two days. Barely adequate non-climate contolled showers (one in each rest room) but inexpensive dockage and easy walking distance to historical downtown with good restaurants and a harbor walk. I would try Hazzard Marine next time with a bigger, new floating face dock and perhaps better shore facilities. The entire town closes on Sunday, with the exception of a few places, but a great small town stop nevertheless.
        Best regards,
        Chuck Tontsch
        s/v Memories
        Oriental, NC

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      10. Claiborne -  July 22, 2009 - 8:20 am

        Hi Folks:
        We had 3 beautiful days of cruising the ICW since we left Writesville Beach.We arrived in georgetown SC on saturday afternoon and took a slip at the Boat Shed Marina. We have been traveling with a couple on a sail boat, we both make about the same speed. They have done the trip 5 times previous to this year and are familiar with a lot of good places to anchor and dock. They are Bob and Lynn Guyott from Maine. We have to stay in Georgetown at least until Thursday because of gale force winds south of us. We have calculated that we will not get to Florida before we want to return home so we have made arrangements to leave the boat at a marina in Brunswick GA. The place was recomended by a couple of boaters, including Bob and Lynn who will be staying there for the winter and will keep an eye on our boat for us.
        Georgetown is a very old city and has lots of nice historic buildings and houses, they also have a waterfront walkway. In colonial days large amounts of rice and indigo were grown here and exported to England and Europe.
        The weather remains unseasonably cold and we have been having rain
        on and off for the last two days with heavy overcast in between.
        So that’s all the latest news, I will write again when I can.
        Tom and Elizabeth

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      11. Claiborne -  July 21, 2009 - 3:10 pm

        Ourselves and several other boaters had a great stay at Boat Shed Marina at Georgetown three weeks ago. The staff was extremely knowledgeable, and helpful, and the rate was $1.40 all inclusive, no discounts. Boat Shed is between Hazard and Harborwalk. Nice floating dock and fine water and power, clean restrooms and showers, but no laundry. It is an easy walk to a nice rice plantation museum, some fine restaurants, beautiful residential area, and an old small downtown area. One of the boaters stated that the meal at the Rice Patty Restaurant was one of the best on the Loop. I also understand that you can use the mooring balls, if one is available, and no one oversees them. We had a very fine stay at Boat Shed.
        Robert & Kay Creech
        C-Life

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