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Yachts For Sale In Savannah

Savannah, in Georgia’s Chatham County, was named by Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s readers as one of the “world’s friendliest cities” for its quintessential southern hospitality and charm known worldwide. Savannah invokes images of ghostly moss draped oak trees and exquisitely beautiful squares surrounded by cobblestone streets and historic buildings. Indeed, Savannah has a rich history, founded in 1733 by General James E. Oglethorpe whose plan for urban development and growth; a grid system of green-space squares buffering residential areas, created colonial Georgia’s first planned city. In 1966, downtown Savannah became the largest National Landmark District in the US. Savannah was originally designed with 24 squares following The Oglethorpe Plan and now form the Historic District.

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YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Savannah Georgia

photo of 87' Palmer Johnson Custom 1975

Aria

87' Palmer Johnson Custom 1975

Savannah, Georgia, United States

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photo of 58' Bayliner 5788 PH Motor Yacht 1999

Ting A Ling

58' Bayliner 5788 PH Motor Yacht 1999

Savannah, Georgia, United States

photo of 55' Hampton 558 Pilothouse 2004

Mystic Unicorn

55' Hampton 558 Pilothouse 2004

Savannah, Georgia, United States

photo of 54' Ocean Alexander Cockpit Pilot House 1991

Sheena

54' Ocean Alexander Cockpit Pilot House 1991

Brunswick, Georgia, United States

photo of 49' DeFever CMPY 2000

Shenanigans

49' DeFever CMPY 2000

St. Simons Island, Georgia, United States

photo of 46' Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 2005

Shenanigans

46' Fountaine Pajot Bahia 46 2005

St. Simons, Georgia, United States

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photo of 46' Chris-Craft Constellation 1988

Mafatua

46' Chris-Craft Constellation 1988

Savannah, Georgia, United States

photo of 38' Lagoon 380 2004

Southern Breeze

38' Lagoon 380 2004

Savannah, Georgia, United States

photo of 34' Mainship 34 2005

Wind In The Face IV

34' Mainship 34 2005

Savannah, Georgia, United States

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photo of 34' Yellowfin Center Console 2005

Depth Collector

34' Yellowfin Center Console 2005

Lenox, Georgia, United States

photo of 23' Wajer Captain's Launch 7M 2008

23' Wajer Captain's Launch 7M 2008

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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Only two have been lost over the years to urban sprawl. Calhoun Square, designed in1851, is the only square with all original historic buildings remaining. Ellis Square, designed in 1733, was once the site of the Old City Market, where merchants sold plantation crops and wares. It was lost to urban sprawl, but recently recovered and restored. Franklin Square (1791), named after Ben Franklin, was also known as Water Tower Square as it was the site of the city’s water tower for many years. Another of note is Chippewa Square (1815) commemorating the Battle of Chippewa in the War of 1812. It also features a bronze stature of General James E. Oglethorpe and was the site of movie, Forrest Gump’s bus stop scenes. Today the squares are surrounded by shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants, hotels, private residences, businesses and much more in various architectural styles. Many feature historical statuary and other landmarks enabling visitors to connect with the city’s history.

Today Savannah is arranged in four distinct Districts. The Historic District downtown area features cobblestone streets, landmarks, 18th century houses, museums restaurants and the 22 remaining park squares. The Victorian District features Victorian-style homes built in the 1800s and is primarily a residential neighborhood. The Starland District is lively with art and innovation; loaded with galleries, boutiques, entertainment venues and restaurants. Moon River is a district of salt marshes, maritime forest trails, the historic Gullah Geechee Oystering Community; the District for a lowcountry experience in history and ecotourism.

Tybee Island, Savannah’s beach, is only 20 minutes from downtown. Besides the beaches, eco-kayak tours and sunset cruises are available. Or visit the Tybee Island Lighthouse Station and Museum. The popular ocean pier with a viewing pavilion is a short walk from Fannie’s on the Beach, a restaurant with sidewalk tables or the upstairs second-story patio with a view of the pier. It features a huge menu with something for everyone. The popular Crab Shack has a huge patio overlooking the marsh. Visitors can enjoy a lowcounty boil in a casual setting. The North Beach Bar & Grill near Tybee Island Lighthouse is a quaint islands-style “beachside shack” serving Caribbean inspired dishes. The Deck Beachbar & Kitchen, serving casual fare, is the only direct beachfront restaurant on the island. Gerald’s Pig & Shrimp is a roadside eatery featuring award-winning BBQ and seafood. Enjoy fresh-squeezed limeade at this outdoor restaurant and bar. A-J’s Dockside Restaurant is located on Tybee’s Back River Beach—a perfect spot for great food and sunsets, and to watch for dolphins!

Boaters have the advantage of exploring and enjoying Savannah’s vast marshlands, rivers and creeks filled with marine life, from the water. Cruisers on the Great Loop have many marina choices along the many waters of Savannah. The Bull river Marina is a 100-slip full-service marina located in the salt marshes of Wilmington Island. The sheltered harbor offers daily, weekly, monthly deep-water dockage rentals. Lazaretto Creek Marina is family-owned and operated since 1992, with year-round dockage, wet slips, fuel and much more, is the closest marina to the Atlantic Ocean. Isle of Hope Marina, founded in 1926, is minutes from Savannah’s historical downtown and located in a very picturesque area with some of the most beautiful residences. The marina features 4000’ of concrete docks, 600’ deep-water face docks able to accommodate megayachts, fuel, pump-out service, loaner cars and bicycles for guests and much more.

Thunderbolt Marina is located on the Wilmington River, just outside of Savanna. The marina has 750’ of floating dock space available. Amenities include laundry facilities, shower, restrooms and fresh donuts delivered each morning to your boat! Morningstar Marinas Bahia Bleu has a 500’ transient dock, wet slips, fuel, and easy access to downtown Savannah, the AICW and Wilmington River. Other notable marinas are, Hogan’s Marina with transient docking, Coffee Bluff Marina on Savannah’s southside, a full-service marina with wet slip rentals, Ft McAllister Marina, renovated in 2008 and considered to be the finest in Georgia, located next to award-winning Fish Tales restaurant, and Savannah Bend Marina.