The Brunswick Landing Marinahas perhaps put the freshest piece of bait possible on its transient-boat lure and is offering visiting boaters free beer on Saturdays.
Pause. Breathe. Let that sink in.
As if featuring floating concrete docks, just five miles from Georgia's beautiful section of the Intracoastal Waterway, Brunswick Landing Marina (N 31° 09.202' / W 081° 29.924') will tapping a chilled cask of nectar each and every Saturday through September.
"The marina will be supplying free beer to all customers every Saturday, for the rest of the summer," said Brunswick Landing's Marketing Manager Michael Torras in a Facebook message to PassageMaker. "We have purchased a Kegerator and will be tapping the keg at 8 AM every Saturday morning. It will remain available until finished."
In addition to their weekend festivities, the marina offers free laundry, Wi-Fi, and pump-outs to their 314 slips as well as free wine parties every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Well known as a hurricane hole, Brunswick Landing also offers a full service boatyard and is a short walk form the downtown area. Everything will be capped off with a Labor Day party at summer's end.
Says Torras, "Bring a cup, make some new friends, and have a beer (or two) on us!"
If you are still unsold on visiting Georgia's ICW, grab a copy of PassageMaker's September issue on newsstands August 11. Dubbed the annual "Southbound Issue," September features a collection of marinas to hit on your way to your tropical, winter retreat.
We are also featuring a Georgia-specific edition of Mark & Diana Doyle's (of On The Water ChartGuide fame) "Frugal Favorites" focused squarely on Georgia's often missed chunk of the ICW.
"It is easy to bypass Georgia’s section of the ICW when heading south," Write the Doyles. "But the area’s charm and beauty make for a worthy detour."