Our Services

See what the Tybee Island Marina has to offer!

Bubba Gumbo's

Looking for waterfront dining and the freshest seafood on Tybee? Chef Dylan uses local seafood,fresh herbs from Bubba’s garden,local produce and GA. Grown beef as staples for his elevated menu options.

Pontoon Boat Rentals

Tybee’s only Boat Rental Company right on the creek! Rent your own Pontoon boat for up to 10 people for ½ day to a week at a time. We also offer Captained tours to “Shark Tooth Island”, Daufuskie Island and other off the beaten path islands like Little Tybee.

North Island Surf & Kayak

Your stop for Paddle Boards, Surf Boards and Kayaks. We offer Rentals, Tours, and Lessons. We also offer sales and repairs.

Boat Hoist

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Overnight Rentals

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BG's Seafood Co-Op

Tybee Island’s only Fresh Seafood Market. Caitlin Burns sources the best whole fish, shellfish and gourmet grocery items for the marina co-op. Hand-made to-go items are a staple, with local favorites like: Seafood Chowder, local Blue Crab Dip, crab stuffed Jalapeno Poppers, Crabcakes and more.

Big Fish Charters

Inshore trips starting at $400 Offshore trips starting at $600 up to 6 people Private sightseeing, and Daufuskie trips.

Gift Shop

Fuel Dock

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Slip Rentals

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FAQ

Must haves for a day on the boat are: Sunscreen, Lip Balm, Towels and bring or have us provide Water and other Beverages to keep you hydrated in the sun! Pack a light lunch or have us provide a cooler with delicious meals and snacks for your group! A hat, water friendly shoes and sunglasses are always a great idea too. In the spring and fall, a light sweater or jacket will be a welcome addition because the wind blows a bit cooler on the water. Definitely pack a bathing suit because you never know when you may want to dive in! Bringing Phone chargers and a portable speaker will let you enjoy your favorite tunes all day. Don’t forget any medications needed by yourself or your guests.

A Bathing suit covered by a t-shirt and shorts are standard with flip flops or other water friendly shoes. Layers are important so that you have protection from the sun if needed.

NO HEELS OR HARD SOLE SHOES ALLOWED ON THE BOATS. Rubber sole shoes like deck shoes, tennis shoes and flip flops are fine.