Details for Hague Marina
Name

Hague Marina
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 2.5 stars from 15 reviews

Address 1 Hague Drive, PO Box 835
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

Phone843-293-2141

After hours contact

George Russ

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - YES
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

Notes

This place is just off the ICW...by yards!...and not really well marked on the waterway ..north or southbound. It's very rustic (rundown) but an ok place. No security problems with my boat after several months without me aboard.

VHF channel

16

Web site

Email contact



Owner, manager



Harbormaster



Dockmaster



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info

Visa for sure.

Payment discounts



Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Year round

Additional info:

Approach



Tide

Unknown

Current

Strong

Tide & current additional info



Depths

Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: 6
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: 100
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:

Slips

Transient: 2
Total: 20
Transient price: $1.50/ft (2013-11-10)

Other price info:

Moorings

Transient: 0
Total: 0
Transient price: $0.00 (0000-00-00)

Other price info: No moorings available.

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info: 30 amp is 120V. 50 amp is 220V.

Pricing info: 30 amp power included in the price.

Cable TV (and pricing)

No

Phone hookup (and pricing)

No

Water (and pricing)

Yes - Approx. one water tap/slip.

Dinghy access



Liveaboard info

Yes - In 2004 there were at least three boats that had been there for over a year.

FuelGas: NOT AVAILABLE
Diesel: NOT AVAILABLE

Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:

Propane



Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info:

Disability access



Launch service



Pump out



Ice



Trash

Yes - A few trash barrels around. Appeared to be cleared several days after they were full.

Showers

No - There are no showers, the building burned down.

Heads

No - There are no heads, the building burned down.

Laundry



Grocery

Yes

Hardware

Yes - Small marine supply store at the dockmasters office. It had most of the basics needed.

Restaurants

Yes

Bars



Hotels or motels



Repair capabilities

Yes

Haul out capabilities



Storage facilities

Yes - They have inside/outside, wet/dry. Very rustic but affordable.

Fishing supplies

Yes - On-site at dockmasters office.

Chartering capabilities



Internet access



Boat ramp availability



Transportation

Yes - Car available.

Other services

They have a vehicle they let you use for free. There are lots of banks, groceries, restaurants, etc. within a few miles.

Attractions



Reviews for Hague Marina
Not a place to stay, 2015-03-06
Captain: , Hampton, VA (271)

If you don't have to, this is not a place to stay. BUT they do have a stock of hard to find parts. I was sent here by West Marine when they didn't have what I needed in stock. This place had it.



A place to work on your boat - that's all, 2013-11-02
Captain: , Cayuga NY (40)

Hague wanted to charge 1.50/ft for no toilets/shower, sketchy electric hookup, 4 ft at entry, and sad dock. We came, we saw, we left.



Good repair spot., 2013-05-19
Captain: , redondo Beach, CA (252)

When I lived at Osprey Marina, this was the place sailors would go to get stuff done. They can haul out anything.



I'd skip this one, 2012-05-13
Captain: , Gulf Shores, AL (30)

Recently pulled in here for a transient dockage while cruising north on the ICW. It really should not be called a marina. It is just a old, rickety dock with power. There is no fuel, no bathrooms and no showers. At $1/ft, it is very overpriced. The dockmaster was kind and helpful, but I'd skip this place unless you are desperate. Sailboats beware - barely 6 ft in the entrance and exits channels to the dock.



old school, 2012-03-24
Captain: , Lakeside, Montana (442)

We took our 36 ft sailboat there Oct, 2011, and left last week. We wanted an inexpensive place to haul and leave the boat for at least 5 months. It is quiet and off the beaten path. This would be a place for a serious do-it-yourself boat project person, particularly if you were going to need a long time to get things done. There are no %u201Ccomfort%u201D facilities, ie no toilets or washroom or showers. There is no fuel. Parts may be ordered in through them and they have some on hand, but we did not use their parts services. The travel-lift is antique but serviceable, partially operated by hand. Their haul-out/launch fee system was odd. They charged $75 for the use of the travel-lift plus $85 per man hour which can add up in a hurry. Much of the blocking used is lengths of log with scraps of lumber for shims and height adjustment. It appears questionable, but works, as evidenced by some boats which have probably been there for decades. In some respects this yard is where boats go to die. They will do work on your boat and appear to be competent, but we did not use them for anything. Be specific about what you want done. The dock is functional but seriously deteriorated due to age, with failing stringers and supports, loose and beyond weathered decking, and loose nails working their way up out of the planking. Watch your step. Slips and transient dock are available



Parts on hand, 2012-01-21
Captain: , Salt Ponds, Va (539)

I didn't stay here but was sent here by West Marine when they didn't have the part I needed. They not only had the part (An impeller) they had 2, and their price was less than West Marine. It is a run down place, but they have been there for 40 years, suffered a fire about 5 years ago and haven't been able to recover.



Boat yard vs Resort Marina, 2011-09-18
Captain: , Little River, SC (141)

Hague is a boat yard. There are no facilities, fuel or anything within walking distance.

I just completed 6+ months at Hague for extensive repairs to my 53' ketch. All work was complete as agreed in a timely fashion at the agreed cost.

George, the owner, and Harold, the lead repairman, are easy to work with and will do their best to get the work done correctly.

The docks are shaky, (I'm being nice), but the electricity is stable an reliable. I would not hesitate to spend an over night while in transient. Security is not in question, not a loss in six months.

If you are a hands on boater this is the place. On the other hand if you wear white pants and suede deck shoes expecting to be piped aboard,,, keep motoring.



Where boats go to die, 2011-07-11
Captain: , Newport, RI (156)

This place is a disaster area. I was forced to haul out here and wish I hadn't. After all my hard work scraping and repainting my antifouling, they launched me in a dirty sling with a screw digging into my hull and then just left the slings lying in the mud.

They clearly don't give a hoot about the environment, their customers, or our boats. They rushed my launch mumbling about quitting time (it was 3pm on a Monday), had me take my boat out of the slings myself, and didn't even come around to the dock take my lines afterwards.

This place is rundown and on it's last legs... where boats go to die. You can see masts sticking up out of the trees back in the woods, rotted and overgrown. They'll nickel and dime you wherever they can. They nailed me for over $500 to haul out and pressure wash the bottom and then another $200 to launch. As I said, I didn't have another option (and was admittedly naive)...

I'd stay as far away from this place as you can!



Rated as a repair facility., 2011-06-03
Captain: , Aquia Harbour, VA (1177)

Needed a repair on our small yanmar engine. They took care of us as soon as we arrived, ordered a part and we were on our way the next day. Price was very reasonable. Don't even think about transient dockage.



Old school but competent, 2011-04-01
Captain: , New Orleans, LA (631)

George, the owner, is willing to suggest alternatives that will save money. He's from the "let's try to fix it instead of throwing it away" school and his workers are careful and thorough. His docks are in need of repair, but you don't go there to admire his walkways. He fixes boats correctly and economically.



who is your daddy?, 2010-10-28
Captain: , Burlington, VT (141)

Let's face it this place is as podunk as it gets. If your boat doesn't scream out ,"I have mad money", you can haggle with these guys and get a good deal for overnite.



Boat Yard not a Resort, 2010-10-15
Captain: , North Myrtle Beach, SC (3210)

This is a boat yard that does not cater to transients, so to rate it poorly for something it is not, is somewhat unfair. However, the commnets about the dockage/facilities are all true. Need repairs, then maybe one wold rate them a little higher. They have been extremely helpful for me in obtaining some parts.



Not a good experience here., 2010-10-11
Captain: , Minnesott beach NC (107)

We stopped here on our way south Jan. 2009. I would use this only on emergencies. If they still have heads and showers I couldn't find them. Very run down place. We arrived before 5pm but no one was at the trailer/office. I phoned ahead before approaching and the office was closed but I was cleared to settle in and pay up in the am. At 10pm the owner knocked on our cabin and demanded we come to the office to pay right then. Had we known only 5 miles further south was an awesome marina named Osprey Marina which is .50 cent less per foot we would have pressed on.



Very run down, 2009-09-26
Captain: , Block Island (1679)

The docks are in a terrible state and the electric is questionable. The boat yard can haul and does decent repairs. George the manager is very helpful and knows the local area well.



hague Marina, 2009-08-27
Captain: , Boulder (10)

They had a fire last year and are in a state of limbo at this time. There is dockage and repair but no fuel, pump out or showers. People are helpful.

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