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Bahia Bleu Marina is ideally located directly on the Intercoastal Waterway near the Savannah River in Thunderbolt, Georgia, just minutes from downtown historic Savannah. From this location, you are close to some of the area's best cruising, fishing and historic destinations, such as Savannah's famous River Street. Boasting 2400 feet of concrete dock and a 224 boat boatel, the marina also features in-water fueling facility and expert mechanics. There is several restaurants nearby for your enjoyment, dining and entertainment.

Location: 2812 River Drive, Savannah Georgia 31404 Telephone 912-354-2283

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