On the Waterfront










Landings Harbor Marina

Normal Operating Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily


Landings Harbor Marina

Our team replaced the deteriorated wood from around the storm drain utility access hole next to the walkway path to the marina.

Marina Ship’s Store

Restock of one of our most favorite terry crew sweatshirts has arrived in navy blue. New this year is the hooded version! This is made of the most-comfy cotton terry. Don’t wait to grab yours this year, as we sold out of the navy very quickly last year and could not get more in.









Landings Sailing Club

The Landings Sailing Club held a Beer Can Race/Social last Friday. The lack of wind made the sailing challenging; however, our sailors persevered. The after-sail social portion was a hit as always.

Tito Perez, a long-time and valued member of the Landings Sailing Club passed away in June. A memorial gathering is planned for October 28th at Landings Harbor. This will also be the date of the last Beer Can Sail for the year.

Dry Storage

The Landings Harbor Marina dry, wet, and jet ski storage is at full capacity. We continue to maintain a waiting list for all slips. We do have a few slips opening November 1. These are in the process of being filled from the waiting list.

Landings Dry Storage Activity










Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

For those of you in and around Delegal Creek this weekend, expect to see more traffic at the marina, as it's time for the Ossabaw Island Foundation | Pig Roast. All weekend there will boats ferrying folks to and from Ossabaw Island out of Delegal Creek Marina. For more information regarding this event, and/or to inquire about future events and planned trips, please click here

Fall Transient Season is approaching, and we are seeing a few reservations for overnight dockage from some of our regular visitors.

NOAA Benchmarking

Project Managers from Woods Hole Group, Inc. are installing several benchmarks this week around the Marina and near Delegal Road in preparation of the Southeast V-Datum Project. This is a NOAA project that will provide benefits to improve and update nautical charts, storm surge modeling, alerts, and tide predictions. Additional monitoring equipment will be installed on the docks at Delegal Creek Marina for a four-to-five-month period. The equipment operates autonomously using solar power and will be removed at the end of the project.