Lady's Island Marina in Beaufort, SC, is known for its natural beauty, convenient location, and friendly management. We are located on the protected waters of Factory Creek, less than 1/2 mile from the ICW. Slips are available for transient and long-term rentals. We have a DIY boaters' workshop, boaters lounge, courtesy car, loaner bikes. Overlooking the marina is longtime local favorite Dockside Restaurant. Next door (almost) is Fillin' Station with a covered deck set above Factory Creek (steaks Fri nite, pork chops Thur nite, burgers & dogs Wed nite, crab legs Tue nite), Island Meat Market (prime cut meats), Beaufort Bread Co (bread, rolls, pastry prepared daily). Journey Marine (boat canvas/sail repair) recently set up shop in the Boathouse. Also in the Boathouse: yoga and massage 7 days a week, and quilting. Everything else you might need is within 3/4 mile on Sea Island Parkway including: Grocery/hardware/drug/more restaurants/banks/medical&dental/Butler Marine/beer-wine-liquour. Historic downtown Beaufort is 1 mile away, a scenic 15 minute walk across the swing bridge. See Amenities for a detailed map of the neighborhood.   

  • Floating docks with gated entry
  • 370' of face dock
  • Electric, cable TV, fresh water, bathrooms (4), showers (3), laundry, amplified WiFi
  • Liveaboard dockmaster on call 24-7
  • Boaters diy workshop building (2500 sf)
  • Boaters Lounge (added Aug '15)
  • Walking distance to Publix/Walgreens/Dollar Tree/restaurants/hardware & marine stores/indoor pool, and more (see map under Amenities)
  • Mobile waste pump out
  • Statute mile 536.5 (we are 1/2 mile off the ICW)
  • N 32° 25.149 W 080° 39.475
  • VHF Ch 16
  • 10-12' depths dockside, watch 7' depths in channel at MLW
  • Courtesy car and bicycles  
  • Pets welcome
  • Imprompu byo happy hours 

Daily rates:  $1.45 per ft, 30' minimum     

Beaufort tops 2013 list of "best places to live on the coast" besting Newport Beach, Sag Harbor, Kennebunkport, Sanibel Island, and La Jolla among others. Read more about the 10 finalists and how Coastal Living chose them by clicking this link: