Welcome Center Closed

Good morning, The Welcome Center will be CLOSED on Friday (11/11) due to the impending weather. If you need any assistance or have any questions please contact Shipyard Security. Main (278) Gate: 843-785-4776 Pope Gate: 843-785-3776 Dispatch: 843-785-3161 Reminder: In observance of Veteran’s Day there is no commercial work allowed on Friday (11/11). If you have neighbors who are not enrolled in our Eblast program, now is a good time to pass along this information to them and/or encourage them to enroll. They can do so by emailing communications@shipyardhhi.com. We will continue to send updates as any new information becomes available. We …

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Tropical Storm Nicole Update

Courtesy of the National Weather Service – Charleston This morning (11/9) there was an update sent about Tropical Storm Nicole. The Tropical Storm Watch has been upgraded to a Tropical Storm Warning along the coast. Expect locally heavy rainfall during the day Thursday and into Thursday night. There is a possibility of isolated tornadoes Thursday into Friday. Please use caution when traveling this weekend or if you are at the beach. Courtesy of the SPOA Management Team We will continue to monitor Tropical Storm Nicole and provide updates as they become available to us. Please keep an eye on your …

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Tropical Storm Nicole

Courtesy of the National Weather Service – Charleston Tropical Storm Nicole is still expected to strengthen to hurricane strength as it approaches the east coast of Florida late Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Nicole is forecasted to remain a tropical storm as it moves across the southeast U.S. Thursday night and Friday. The risk for coastal flooding, winds to tropical storm force over the coastal waters, gusty winds along the coastal counties and Lake Moultrie, high surf and heavy rainfall increases as the storm approaches. NOTE: Nicole will be a large storm, and impacts will be felt well away from …

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Shipyard Beach Club Update

We wanted to keep you in the loop as to our progress with the Beach Club repair process. As of this morning, we have met with the insurance adjusters and work has been scheduled to begin later today. Here’s what we can confirm right now: The damage was due to the water heater in the attic. The plumbing contractor will begin the repair process today. We already have a restoration team on-site. They have been working on getting things back to normal as quickly as possible. There are also other vendors who will need to access the facility and perform …

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Fall Safety Tips

IT’S FALL! HERE ARE SOME AUTUMN SAFETY TIPS. School is back in full swing which means more traffic on the roads in the morning and late afternoon. Daylight saving time ends in November so it will get dark earlier. Depth perception, color recognition and peripheral vision can be compromised in the dark. Autumn leaves can pose a hazard – leaves can be very slippery when they get wet which is a trigger for slips and falls. Keep your sidewalks and driveways clear of leaves. Get your fire safety up to speed. Make sure your heating systems are serviced regularly and …

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Shipyard Beach Club Update

Good afternoon Shipyard owners, Yesterday afternoon we had an emergency at the Shipyard Beach Club. Everyone is safe and everything is fine, but we are still in the process of gathering more information. As of this morning, we can confirm that there was unexpected water damage throughout the Beach Club due to an issue with the water heater. For your safety and the safety of our employees, the Beach Club will be closed until Monday, September 12th for all events. We apologize for the inconvenience and will send out more information and updates as they become available. We are always …

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Shipyard Beach Club

ATTENTION! Good afternoon Shipyard owners, This afternoon we had an emergency down at the Shipyard Beach Club. Everyone is safe and everything is fine, but please avoid the Beach Club Parking area for the rest of today.  Please be safe and thank you for your patience regarding this sudden event. We aim to remedy it as quickly as we can. We are always a call/email away if you need us, so please feel free to reach out. Best Regards, The Shipyard POA Management Team

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Snake Spotting

As the weather continues to warm up, please be aware of snakes. The Shipyard Security Team has noticed a high number of snakes, of all types, throughout the property over the past several days. South Carolina is home to 38 total snake species. There’s one simple rule to avoid being bitten: Leave them be. “We have good stats showing that people are usually bitten while trying to kill or handle them. But in every case your best bet is just to leave them alone,” says herpetologist Tony Mills, education director at the Spring Island Trust and host of the SCETV television program …

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