We spent the entire month of January at Brunswick Landing Marina this year - Nice amenities with some good people. Two clean restrooms with showers, free wifi
. There's also usually a Wed PM get-together at one of the lounges (by dock
rate (monohull) is $2.00 per foot/day up to 5 days, then $11/foot/month plus metered electric
. I was told that pumpout is available, but only during high tide on weekdays. The dockmaster said "everybody usually just goes outside to dump".
There are signs posted advising about GA law which limits living aboard
to 30 days/year, but nobody said anything to me about my month, and there were quite a few boats there that have been there with liveaboards for months.
The marina is pretty well protected and has good depth
(9 feet at MLW). There's "security" there, but I never saw them do anything other than sit in the car watching movies the entire month I was there (not even driving around the lot). No real gates or security
on the docks, anyone can walk out, and it's right by downtown.
Overall, the marina is nice with floating docks (6-7 foot tide change), If you're looking for a yard and need work to be done, I'd look elsewhere though - I've heard nothing good about the boatyard there (haulout is $11/foot).
Beware that BLM and yard do charge an illegal 4% surcharge if you pay with a credit card. When questioned, management said "I don't care, that's how we do it". VISA confirmed that the charge is in violation of the merchant agreement and in violation of the law. They said they're looking in to it and any instances should be reported to them and the GA Attorney General's Office.