Yachts For Sale In Brunswick
The historic seaport city of Brunswick, on the southeast coast of Georgia, is about midway between Jacksonville to the south and Savannah, Georgia to the north. It is the second largest city on Georgia’s coast and the mainland part of the Golden Isles and connected by causeways to the surrounding barrier islands that comprise the Golden Isles—St Simons Island being the largest of the four. The Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway, running north and south, separates the barrier islands from the mainland city of Brunswick. The area got its designation, Golden Islands, from the original Spanish explorers who expected to find treasure and riches there.
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YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Brunswick Georgia
90' Hargrave 90' Skylounge 2009
Brunswick, Georgia, United States
87' Palmer Johnson Custom 1975
Savannah, Georgia, United States
45' Bayliner 4550 1987
Kings Bay, Georgia, United States
34' Mainship 2006
Brunswick, Georgia, United States
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Today the magnificent golden sunrises that drench the miles of sandy beaches in its golden rays, make it an apt description for the area. Golden Isles is a primary tourist destination and a “must-stop” for cruisers on the Great Loop. It was named the 2020 World’s Best Islands in the Continental US by Travel & Leisure Magazine.
The Spanish originally settled the area in 1526 with 600 colonists and then the French briefly explored the area and built fortifications in 1562 to 1564, but were expelled by Spanish troops in 1565 who ruled the area until the early 1700s when the British moved in and built Fort Frederica (its remains are now preserved as a National Monument, along with the restored Lighthouse) on St Simons Island. The British dominated until 1776 when the Colonies won independence and the original 13 States of America were formed.
Historic downtown Brunswick, aka Old Town Brunswick, has been, and continues to undergo restoration and renovation of historic buildings and the public squares that were part of the original layout that followed the grid plan developed by James Oglethorpe for Savannah, balancing commercial and residential space with green public space to limit density and benefit the community. Signature Squares of Brunswick and the Brunswick Landmarks Foundation work to preserve, protect and educate the public regarding the rich historical significance of the area and the architectural styles that give Golden Isles its charming character. Downtown Brunswick features quaint shops, dining, art galleries and much more. Brunswick’s Emerald Princess II is a 200’, 4-deck casino cruise ship departs from its port on Jekyll Island next to the Sidney Lanier Bridge. Brunswick is also known as the “Shrimp Capital of the World,” with historic Knight’s Seafood shrimp fishing docks still hauling in the Atlantic’s delicious wild-caught white shrimp today!
Brunswick Landing Marina, with the slogan, “Built by Mariners--for Mariners,” is a first-class marina with deep-water access located in historic downtown Brunswick. The marina is a former US Navy “Hurricane Hole” and voted an Active Captain “First Choice Marina” for several years consecutively. The full-service marina offers 347 wet slips and dockage for large yachts up to 225’ and a 50-ton travel lift.
St Simons Island is located across from the Marshes of Glynn that line the rivers and AICW between Brunswick and the barrier islands. Picturesque streets are lined with moss-draped live oaks and quaint specialty shops and boutiques. St Simons and the other barrier islands offer visitors miles of beautiful beaches, excellent golf courses, the historical St Simons Lighthouse and other museums, and outdoor activities—kayaking, fishing, biking, nature walks…more. Visitors have a range of places to stay, from homey inns to luxurious resorts, boutique hotels and a great variety of fine restaurants. The Grey Owl Inn is a Bed & Breakfast with beautiful live oaks on its grounds. The upscale King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort is on the Atlantic for waking to those magnificent golden sunrises. St Simons Pier Village features shops, restaurants, and other attractions.
Morning Star Marinas at Golden Isles (aka Golden Isles Marina) on St Simons Island is a 137-slip facility located on the Frederica River just inside St Simons Sound and adjacent to the AICW. It is a prime cruising destination allowing guests to visit the beaches, tour historic sites, enjoy golf, and tennis, dining, shopping, and all the activities St Simons is known for. The full-service marina offers courtesy car services for overnight guests, and can accommodate boats up to 160-ft. The transient dock is 1,100-ft. Morning Star Marina is the location of Golden Isle’s only yacht charter, String of Pearls, is a 71’ classic yacht offering weekend sunset cruises and historical cruises. It is also available for private charters.
The Hampton River Marina in the north point of St Simons Island, is a full-service facility with twenty 40’ wet slips, 80’ fuel dock and 200’ dock space to tie-up. Transient slips are available with daily, monthly and annual leases. It is the departure point for the Little St Simons Island ferry. Little St Simons Island is an 11,000 acre privately owned resort with cottages that date back to the early 1900s. The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island can accommodate 32 guests in its six cottages for a truly private retreat.
Sea Island can be accessed by causeway from St Simons Island. This barrier island is a resort island featuring one of the two exceptional world-class destinations operated by The Sea Island Company--Cloister on Sea Island. Cloister on Sea Island has the distinction of being the only resort in the world to achieve four Forbes 5-Stars, twelve years in a row! The Sea Island Company also operates The Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club located on the southern end of St Simons Island, a resort that received both Forbes 5-Star and AAA 5-Diamond ratings.
The fourth barrier island and the southernmost of the Golden Isles, is Jekyll Island. It is one of the most popular islands on the Georgia coast, with something for everyone. From land, Jekyll Island can be accessed via the Jekyll Island Causeway which intersects with U.S. 17 at the southern end of the Sidney Lanier Bridge. From the water, boaters can pull up to the Jekyll Wharf Marina in the National Historic Landmark District. The marina can accommodate boats up to 70’ and offers short term guest dockage and daily, weekly, and monthly transient rates. Long term annual contracts are available for vessels 30’ minimum length. Visitors can also tie-up at the Wharf Restaurant’s 435’ dock (3’ depth at low tide!) to enjoy great food and music.
Jekyll Island is a 5,500-acre island with a rich history. The island has been owned by the State of Georgia since 1947 and is carefully managed by the State and local authorities to protect and preserve the barrier islands delicate ecosystem. Prior to State ownership, the island served as a private retreat for the group of wealthiest families that owned it, with the exclusive Jekyll Island Club as the social center. Today, visitors can take a tram tour of the National Historic Landmark District to view the sumptuous beachfront mansions called “cottages” by their former millionaire owners. Jekyll Island offers an abundance of outdoor activities—63-holes of golf, white sand beaches, a tennis complex, a water park, fishing pier, fishing and shrimping charters, horseback riding, 20+ miles of bike trails, campgrounds, shopping, restaurants and much more. No wonder this island is so popular!