South Carolina marina has new manager

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Coastal Marina Management is now managing Skull Creek Marina in Hilton Head, S.C.

The marina’s amenities include concrete floating docks; dockage for vessels as large as 200 feet; 24-hour privacy and security; a fuel dock with competitively priced gasoline and diesel; and immediate access to deep water, with no bridges or no wake zones, to the Intracoastal Waterway, Port Royal Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.

“We’re entering the Skull Creek Marina project with a very strong customer-centered approach, just as we do with each of our [CMM] properties,” Coastal Marina Management’s Scott Burt said in a statement. “We want to make sure we have a management team in place that will offer superior customer service to our short-term, long-term and transient boating clients.”

Angela Harriott returned to Skull Creek Marina as marina director.

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