|Written by Brad Pickel|
|Wednesday, March 23, 2011 04:44 AM|
We encourage you to visit our member marinas.
6 Marina Street
PO Box 1215
Wrightsville Beach Marina and Yacht Club is located at ICW mile marker 283.2 on the east bank of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, one-tenth of a mile south of the Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge in a well protected "No-Wake Zone". Approaching depths to the fuel and transient docks average over 15 feet at MLW. The marina is also just 3 miles north from the "Class A" all-weather Masonboro Inlet which provides direct access to the Atlantic Ocean.
50 41st Avenue
Isle of Palms, SC 29451 (o) 843.886.0209
Isle of Palms Marina is located on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway, northeast of Charleston at Mile 456.5 and south of ICW Marker 116. The minimum depth of water in the channel is reported to be ten feet and the minimum depth in the basin is ten feet as well. The marina has floating docks with rubber protection guards. In addition, the marina has slips reserved for transients as well as 300 feet of face dock alongside the restaurant that can accommodate larger vessels. Reservations are accepted. Call VHF 16 and dock personnel will assign a slip and assist you with docking. The staff is on duty during daylight hours.
1006 Bay StreetBeaufort, SC 29902 (o) 843.524.4422
Located on the Intracoastal Waterway directly across from Marker 239, you are moored in the heart of one of South Carolina's oldest and most beautiful towns. Within 300 yards of your boat you will find restaurants, motels, B&B's and a variety of other shops located in our lovely business district. For the history enthusiasts, Beaufort's downtown area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The streets are lined with historic homes and churches just minutes from your boat. Walking, horse and carrriage and other tours can be arranged in the Ship's Store.
73 Sea Island Parkway #10
Beaufort, SC 29907 (o) 843.522.0430
Lady's Island Marina in Beaufort, SC, is known for its natural beauty, convenient location, and friendly management. We are located on the protected waters of Factory Creek, less than 1/2 mile from the ICW. Slips are available for transient and long-term rentals. Overlooking the marina is local favorite Dockside Restaurant. We have a 2500sf free-standing boaters' workshop. Boat canvas and sail repair is available in the Boathouse. Also in the Boathouse, yoga and massage 7 days a week. Grocery/hardware/drug stores, restaurants, banks, medical/dental facilities, marine store and more are all not more than 3/4 mile from your boat. Historic downtown Beaufort is 1 mile away, a scenic 5 minute walk across the swing bridge.
P.O. Box 30279Myrtle Beach, SC 29488 (o) 843.215.5353
Osprey Marina offers a protected harbor 150 yards off the waterway accessible by a private deep water channel. Inside the basin, 96 wet slips are available for vessels up to 60 feet. Each slip is equipped with 30 and 50 amp power,water, and cable.
Port Royal, SC 29935(O) 843.525.6664
Located directly on the ICW, and offers exceptional Lowcountry facilities and hospitality. The Beaufort/Port Royal area is a beautiful and historic area, and it is our intent to make your stay in the area the best that it can be. Port Royal Landing Marina is located one half mile south of red day marker 244 (mile marker 539) directly on the ICW. We have six hundred feet of easy in/easy out face dock, and we can be accessed from the Ocean through both Port Royal Sound or St. Helena Sound.
FloridaSeven Kings Holding Company630 Maplewood Drive
Jupiter, FL 33458(O) 561.625.9443
More than just a marina, Loggerhead® Marina is a home for your boat. With unique amenities and member benefits, you’ll feel like part of an exclusive club where the uniformed, professional staff always treats you like part of the crew. There are over 3,000 slips to choose from, with wet and dry storage available at most facilities. Since you didn’t buy a boat to have it sit in one spot, Loggerhead offers members reciprocal dockage at all 12 locations throughout Florida.
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