Join us! 2020 Offerings at the Dataw Island Marina

The Dataw Island Marina now has fuel as well as dry stack storage, VIP service, and wet slips. Storm haul-out assurance also available!

For those who are called by the water, Dataw Island keeps you close to the sea.

Updates: 
*The Dataw Island Marina now has fuel as well as dry stack storage, VIP service, and wet slips. Due to the current travel restrictions, the Marina is not serving transient boaters at this time.

*2020 Storm Haul-Out Assurance priority sign-ups now available to existing customers (Opens to public on June 1st)

*2020 Rate Sheets are now available

*The Morgan River Grill is open for Lunch and Dinner for Dataw Island residents only during the Covid-19 service restrictions. View their menu online and call ahead to order your food for pick-up (843)838-8474.  LUNCH: 11 am – 5 pm  |  DINNER: 5pm – 9 pm

Just three miles from the Intracoastal Waterway, boating to the Atlantic Ocean from Dataw is an enjoyable and scenic 30 minute ride – although many fishermen are content to cast a line or to fly fish right here in the coastal waters of Dataw. Several community docks are available from which to drop a crab trap, launch a kayak or catch a sunset.

Dataw Marina is now owned and managed by the Dataw Island Owners Association.  The facility offers wet slips, dry storage, fuel, air-conditioned showers and laundry, marine surveyor, an on-call diver, and a full-service boatyard.The Dataw Island Marina is also pleased to offer a Storm Haul-Out Reservation Program, in which boaters may pre-pay for haul-out and storage during named storms.   

Sailors delight (as do all boaters!) in the activities offered through the Dataw Island Yacht Club, a member-based social boating organization. Offering regattas, kayak tours, sailing adventures and the much-anticipated Commodore’s Ball, the Yacht Club is a local favorite. For more information on joining, please visit the DIYC website.

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