Due to the potential impact of TS Laura, GYB will remain closed until Friday, August 28th. Please understand that GYB employees have families & homes to tend to and prepare for as well. – via GYB Facebook page on 8/24
For over 40 years GYB has been the center of boating on the Gulf coast. Our friendly staff is highly motivated to make your experience at GYB flawless. We're located just minutes from the Gulf of Mexico right off the Galveston Ship Channel at a location which simply no other marina can offer. Conveniently positioned within the heart of Galveston Island! Beaches, Shopping, Hotels, Night life, Dining, and the historical strand district are within a few miles of GYB. Our convenient location and surrounding amenities allows everyone the opportunity to enjoy their time on the island while the avid anglers are exploring the endless inshore and offshore fishing that only the gulf coast can offer. Explore our site and you'll learn how GYB can be the center of your own fun-filled boating and island adventure.
I live here at the marina the staff is attentive to your needs they are also friendly and very welcoming the restaurant here is great the food excellent haven’t use the bait shop yet But hoping that is good as well as the rest of the other amenities
Great Place, Intresting Yachts. My Dad's a captain here, and I've learned a lot about boats from working with him. Also, I know that the staff here aren't just there for the salary, they're there because they enjoy it.
This marina is a DUMP! GYB seems to continue to go downhill, there is a reason the marina is half-empty and they are offering six months free rent. The bathrooms are filthy, the docks are covered with bird poop, and the covered slips rain rust down on your boat. Management does not care or have any customer service. They will promise you anything to get you to sign a lease then change the rules. Recently when my current year lease expired, I explained to management that my boat was up for sale and I did not expect to have it for another year. They offered me a month-to-month or a year lease while selling my boat. The year lease was $90 a month cheaper with the option to break the lease at any time and pay the month-to-month rate for the months I occupied the slip. After three months I sold my boat, they decided to keep my $540 deposit and say they forgot to mention that my deposit was forfeited. Even though this was all documented in email I was told they made a mistake but too bad. I also was told the pump out and boat ramp was included then later they change the rules. The pump out is now $20 per use and the boat ramp is $1500 per year. How considerate to tack on $1500 per year fee to the $460 per month slip fee. The fuel dock might be open or it might not, depending on the day, don’t bother expecting them to be open during the posted hours. Same thing applies to the bait camp, no real hours, just open when they want. Read the online reviews and talk to people who have spent time at this marina before signing a lease.