Visiting Savannah GA

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  1. Prosideus

    Prosideus Member

    Jun 5, 2012
    Franklin, TN - Old Hickory Lake
    400 Sedan Bridge '96
    Cat 3116
    Staying right in the historical district for college visits. Any suggestions on restaurants and/or marinas I should be checking out while we are here?

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  2. JimT

    JimT Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jul 7, 2009
    Charlotte, NC- LKN
    2010 330 Sundancer
    T-350mags w/BIIIs & Axius, 5.0 kw Kohler
    Garibaldis is one of my favorites restaurants in Savannah.
  3. katricol

    katricol Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Mar 4, 2008
    2000 540DA
    CAT 3196 660 HP
    Make sure to go down to the waterfront at night !
  4. Prosideus

    Prosideus Member

    Jun 5, 2012
    Franklin, TN - Old Hickory Lake
    400 Sedan Bridge '96
    Cat 3116
    What an awesome place. Hang in out on the riverfront at Tubby's. wonderful evening.


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  5. tdgard

    tdgard Member

    Jun 4, 2013
    Atlanta, GA
    05-270 Sundeck
    496 w/Bravo III
    Have they gotten all the green vomit cleaned up from Friday? 2nd largest St Pattys day in US. 3rd in world.

    Chart House and Olde Pink House are two good restaurants. There is also the whole "Drink wine out of plastic cups scene" while wandering the riverfront.
  6. HUMPH

    HUMPH Well-Known Member

    Nov 4, 2009
    2003 410DA,
    2004 C14 Caribe
    CAT 3126TA's 350HP/
    50HP Honda
    I would love to check out Savannah one day soon. I have been to Georgia a number of times to visit family but usually the middle to Southern part of the state. The Admiral and I are always looking for a good area to retire to and it must include good boating! How are the winters in that area?
  7. Ray O

    Ray O Member

    Aug 20, 2015
    Augusta GA/ Hilton Head Island
    2001 400DB Sea Candy
    I have the Sea Candy down at Thunderbolt having some work done. I will be back in the area Thursday and having lunch at Tubby's is always good.
  8. bbwhitejr

    bbwhitejr Well-Known Member

    Apr 14, 2013
    Lake Lanier GA
    2007 44DB
    Cummins QSC 8.3s
    Ken the winters are very mild with very little time below freezing. You should start at Charleston, SC, drive down to Beaufort, SC, and then on to Savannah. We were in Charleston a month or so ago looking at some boats and rode down to Beaufort and spent the night. We loved Beaufort. Tremendous amount of history, great seafood, quaint, and friendly people. Everything seemed unbelievably cheap for a coast community. We really liked it.

  9. tdgard

    tdgard Member

    Jun 4, 2013
    Atlanta, GA
    05-270 Sundeck
    496 w/Bravo III
    That is a good trip. All three towns are great. I would say a Savannah winter day is pretty similar to San Fran. Maybe a little warmer. The summers can be absolutely brutal because of the humidity. The town itself is not a costal town, it's about 15-20 min inland. Everyone I know lives out on the barrier islands.
  10. joeyleggz

    joeyleggz Member

    Jan 15, 2013
    long island
    current boat: 1997 sea ray 330 express cruiser
    twin 454's efi
    Going to be passing through savannah in a few weeks ! Great place

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  11. blaster

    blaster Active Member

    May 23, 2011
    potomac river
    2010 sea ray 205 sport
    F150 5.4 xlt 4x4
    Mercruiser 4.3 mpi alpha 1.62
    If you have time check out Fort Pulaski and Tybee island.
  12. JVM225

    JVM225 Well-Known Member

    Apr 8, 2008
    Farmingdale, NY
    2002 410 Sundancer, Monaco Edition.
    3126 Cats.
    We were in Savannah a few years back and loved it. I second the recommendation for a meal at "The Chart House". There are several of them around the country and I've always gotten a good meal at them.
    We've been to Charleston and that's a great place too.
    We hope to get back to both places soon.

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