St Marys is a Coastal Gem. It is the 2nd oldest city and the gateway to Cumberland Island National Seashore, a pristine wilderness of beaches and wildlife. Easy access to the ICW and nearby deep water inlet. No bridges. We offer 30 and 50-amp service, water, and at your slip pump out all included with daily rate. Fresh water rinse for every boat. A golf cart is available on the property for one of our Staff members to bring you to one of our local businesses. Boaters lounge with TV and WIFI, 2 bathrooms with showers, and Free laundry can be used every day 24 hours. Dockside parking. Loaner Bikes in the garage. Dock Carts available! Secure mail room. 25-30 foot slip depths. No extra fees for wide beam vessels. Local farm market a few steps away every Saturday. We look forward to your visit!
Dock N Dine (Must call and reserve space, stay up to 4 hours) Cash or credit card
Vessels up to 25' ($15)
Vessels 26'-35' ($20)
Vessels over 35' ($40)
Potable water for non staying customers: $20 up to 100 gallons , $25 Over 100 gallons. This includes $5 pumpout fee. Hail us on Ch 16 for availability.
Golf Cart Tours Available with Advance Reservations! St. Marys Welcome Center Call 912.882.4000 400 Osborne Street ~ VisitStMarys.com
Nearby Full service or Do it yourself Boat yard for Haulout , maintenance and storage. 912-219-2869
Nearby long-term storage available for Vehicles and trailers.
We just had the most pleasant stay at the St. Marys marina! If you would like a quiet and private feel in a small town then this is the place for you. Great places to eat (Greek, pizza, seafood) within just a minute or two of walking. The staff is amazing and will go out of their way to help make your stay a good one. I look forward to staying here again over the years as this marina grows. Word of advice…account for the current in your plans for docking. We saw several folks have challenging (and costly) docking experiences because they didn’t take the current into account. The marina staff is very aware of this and will give clear instructions on your approach. I hope you enjoy your stay with St Marys as much as we did!
St Mary’s Intracoastal Gateway Marina was great. Friendly and helpful staff, nice location with a short walk to restaurants and lodging. Great experience!
We had always wanted an easy marina stop at St Mary’s because we anchor regularly at Cumberland Island. While planing this seasons Cumberland stop we were surprised when we saw this new listing. We booked a stay and were very pleased. The staff was very helpful and attentive to our needs. Current IS a consideration, which the staff was helpful in advising us when best to arrive. This will be a repeat stop for us.
David and Collin were absolutely amazing from the second we stepped onto the dock. They are the friendliest dockmen and offered us rides around town for leisure as well as errands. The house, bathrooms, and dock were always spotless and we had 24-hour access to a washer/dryer and anything else we needed in the house. Also, Leanna delivered our packages and mail directly to our boat each day. We made some great friends and we will definitely be back to St. Marys!
Very nice folks, close walk to town, free laundry (one washer/one dryer). Only downsides were a strong current that made docking a challenge and built up sea foam and reeds on the side of our boat (also it could be a little noisy at night with the strong current slapping the hull as well). Overall though it’s a good stopping point near a nice little town.
We had a great stay. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Colin even provided a provisioning ride to the grocery store and help getting bags back to the boat. A wash down hose at the slip was a pleasant as was the at slip pump out. We were docked cross current so some care required getting on and off. The staff was helpful in both cases. Looking forward to the additional planned improvements to the facilities.
This marina is a gem. The staff are friendly and very helpful. It is located a very short walk from St. Mary’s city with good restaurants and shops. It is quiet and perfect.
Great spot to stop heading north or south while transiting the eastern seaboard, Beat the line at Fernandina docks. Quiet, charming with a crew house. Plenty of deep water just be mindful of the last green on port coming into town. 74’ 6.5 draft no problem. Could use some dock carts other than that was very nice. Cumberland island close by, I will return with bigger vessels and look forward to this area again.
Small town. Easy walking. Doc hand gave us the nickel tour of the town. Dropped us off at the best bar in town and walked back.
Very nice staff. I am looking forward to their upgraded shower and restrooms.
Great new docks, friendly and helpful staff. Electric and pump out included in the rate
Nice little town. Very friendly. New marina. Great docks with pump out at your dock. David was very helpful in helping us safely dock in a strong current. Will consider arriving at slack tide in future. We plan to return.
St. Mary’s is a wonderful town. The docks are excellent and Colin and David couldn’t have been nicer. Thanks for a great stay.
We spent close to two weeks here and it was wonderful. There's not currently a lot of dock space, but they are planning to expand in the coming years. Marina facilities are in a house a short walk away, but they are planning to upgrade that as well. The dock master, Colin, is super helpful and a joy to chat with and the dock hands are also very friendly and helpful. The old part of the town of St Marys is just a couple of blocks away where there are several bars and restaurants, a beautiful waterfront with ferry service to the Cumberland Island National Seashore, two interesting museums including a submarine museum, many little shops and a wonderful bookstore, and a fascinating history, which you can learn about at the history walk park right beside an intriguing cemetery. During our stay there were several community events including a ghost walk as part of the Halloween festivities. The ghost walk featured local residents in full costume acting as historical figures from the town's past doing a great job of explaining tidbits of the history in an entertaining and almost spooky fashion. We departed well before Thanksgiving but understand that the community celebrates then with equal enthusiasm and caters to boaters to some degree. I highly recommend stopping in here whether you're traveling by boat or not.
Small and quiet atmosphere with plenty of dining choices within walking distance. Very helpful staff.