|2408 Maybank Hwy|
Charleston, SC 29455
|32° 45' 13.31'', -80° 0' 42.48''|
|VHF Ch. 16|
Gas Regular $5.50
Conveniently located directly off the Intracoastal waterway just past mile marker 472 on the Stono River in Charleston, South Carolina St. Johns Yacht Harbor is a newly renovated marina community with unrivaled amenities.
St. Johns offers a fully provisioned harbor store, yacht club quality shower and laundry facilities, a spacious waterfront saltwater swimming pool with travertine deck. High speed fuel dock offers diesel and non-ethanol gasoline. You’ll be sure to see the most beautiful sunrises in the Lowcountry during your stay!
The best! First visit to the Charleston area and contacted St Johns Yacht Harbor for an overnight stay. Reservation process easy, entire staff very friendly and efficient. Had an unexpected breaker issue onboard but the staff went over and above to help us solve the problem. Cleanest shower house I’ve seen on our trips on the ICW between now Charleston and Ft Moers Beach! Don’t miss staying here!!!
Excellent crew and community. Was easy to get in/out. Convenient and one of the nicer marinas I've stayed at. Going to be a regular stop on my migration. Top notch place
Very nice marina with a friendly staff and well maintained facilities. They have both floating and lift docks, as well as a pool, grill, and fire pit for slip-holders and transients to use. They also have a courtesy car for transient guests. We really enjoyed kayaking through the marsh passage (at high-mid tide) and kayaking/dinghying up the ICW a short ways to a public launch where you could tie up and walk to Earthfare for groceries. We also enjoyed kayaking/dinghying over to the local waterfront restaurant a short distance from the marina. We also enjoyed taking the dinghy or bicycles downtown or over to Mount Pleasant to visit friends at the resort or take a tour of the USS York Aircraft Hanger & Museum. Please keep in mind the currents are very strong on the Stono River and it is highly recommended to wait to dock until slack-tide to dock the larger vessels. We didn't have any issues docking the kayaks or dinghies, but if you're not aware of the strong (6 knots) of current during your approach you will be caught off-guard. You will typically see several vessels anchored just outside the marina that are waiting for slack-tide to dock and it is highly recommended that you follow suit and wait with them.
Fantastic staff, very helpful and accommodating!
Recently booked a one night slip that turned into over a week due to engine issues. The staff couldn’t have been more accommodating; help with local mechanics, use of courtesy car and overall easy to work with. We would definitely return if we pass that way again.