The oldest city in Georgia settled on a bluff above the great Savannah River, is the city with the same name, the original capital of the state of Georgia, and now the county seat of Chatham County. Critical to the Revolutionary War and the American Civil War, Savannah is rich in history, architecture, southern coastal seafood, and local fare. The Savannah Channel is a highway of transportation from all over the world, its harbors the closest American post to Panama Canal. Tourism is alive and well in this gem of the northern Georgia coastal empire.
Departing Landing Habor, via the Willington River, follow the International Coastal Waterway to the Savannah Channel and joining to Port, your cruise will lead to the Town Dock or the Docks of the Westin Hotel, the water taxi service from the Westin to River Street, Savannah, is about a five-minute crossing. You will have arrived at the street of commerce, food, drink, trinkets, and of course, culinary foodstuffs from our own southern coastal seafood larder. Pick your style. Choose your dish. Find your place at the table and enjoy Savannah. Everything is better by boat.