WELCOME TO WINDMILL HARBOUR
Welcome to Windmill Harbour Marina, situated on the northwest coast of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. We are located on the Intracoastal Waterway, just ½ mile south of the Pinckney Island Bridge at mile marker 558, 500 yards south of channel marker 27, and ½ mile north of channel marker 29 in the Calibogue Sound. The marina’s 15.5 acre harbour boasts 258 Hilton Head boat slips, offering many for rent or sale. Transient dockage is available. Our remarkable harbour offers a safe, tide free haven protected by a lock system directly off the Intracoastal Waterway. The Windmill Harbour Marina lock is 75′ long by 19′ wide. Hours of operation are 0800 to 1900 by harbour master or 24 hours by yachtsmen with a keycard. We monitor channel 14 VHF. Our phone number is 843-681-9235 and our email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARINA AMENITIESWindmill Harbour is adjacent to some of the finest boating and fishing waters on the East Coast. Just outside the lock, is Calibogue Sound, a deep and protected body of water that incorporates part of the Intracoastal Waterway. Nearby are numerous creeks and coves ideal for anchoring. This unpolluted estuary is home to fabulous wildlife. The historical towns of Savannah and Beaufort are easily accessible by day trip. Offshore fishing spots and wreck sites are numerous.
BOATING ACTIVITIESWindmill Harbour is home to a variety of different boaters. From small center console fishing boats to large offshore sport fishing boats, fertile fishing grounds are nearby. A significant fleet of Harbor 20s engages in class racing and there are numerous cruising and sailing activities including the Calibogue Cup, Harbour Town Cup and Ocean Challenge. The Harbourmaster sponsors an annual party where slip owners and renters socialize.
“Repeat Winner of the Island Packet Readers Choice Award for Best Marina for 2016 & 2017”
We were featured in May 2018 Cruising World Magazine article by Wally Moran on “How To Prep for a Hurricane – There are several good hurricane-safe harbors on the US East Coast”.
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