Your Marina in Savannah, Georgia
Locally owned and operated, Bull River Marina is ideally nestled on the eastern side of Wilmington Island. We are located just minutes from the Savannah's Historic District and Tybee Island. Our mission is to offer the best boating experiences to our local boaters and visitors to the Low Country.
Welcome to Our Marina
With a professional and dedicated staff, we try to anticipate and cater to every boaters’ needs. We offer marine-grade fuel in both gas and diesel. Pump-out service is also provided to keep our area waterways clean. All of our slips have 30-50 amp power as well as water at all locations.
Grab the girls and byob, we have ice and coolers and the bluetooth speakers for you! Head down to the sand bar for a day of sand and waves at the barrier islands. Take a swim and enjoy our floating dock/floating beer pong table and/or our paddle boards! Want a fruity drink? Let your captain know you would like to go to our favorite tiki bars for some beverages for a booze cruise around some of our favorite areas!
Daufuskie Island Tour
Come and cross the “Wide Water” for a visit to the Low Country’s “Diamond in the Rough.” With a history going back to the 1700s, this tiny island is filled with great food, a rich Gullah heritage, and premier golf.
Dolphin and Nature Tour
Come and tour one of the most diverse sets of ecosystems on the planet. The Low Country of Georgia stands out as one of the most pristine Saltwater Marshes in the Nation. Home to a myriad of animals and plants, this wonderland beckons to be explored.
The trips we’ve been on have yielded an abundance of artifacts, including all manner of prehistoric sharks, Mammoth bones, Camel bones, Horse, even ear bones of Whales dating back to the Pliocene. We have found much more than bones. Our antique treasure finds include bottles, buckles, and pipes dating back to the 1800s. Imagine the look in your children’s eyes as they come face to face with dinosaurs and the Civil War!
Sunrise or Sunset Cruise
We can take your group out and drop you for the day. It’s not all that unusual to see dolphins playing in the surf and waters surrounding these places. Take a rod and reel, and who knows, you may be able to catch dinner. Be sure to bring your camera as you will want to save these memories for a lifetime.