COVID-19 Update

At-home COVID-19 tests are becoming more available to the public. Many people can find them in Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, and even some gas stations. According to The State, a newspaper in Columbia, SC here are a few tips if your at-home test comes back positive: Quarantine & Isolate stay home for at least 5 days after receiving a positive test Notify Others Tell those who have been within 6 feet of you for over 15 minutes three days before the positive test Wear A Mask If you are around others, wear a mask for an extra 5 days N95, KN95, …

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Alligator Mating Season

 Mating season is from late April to June. During this time, they are likely to wander through lagoons as they search for a mate. In the evening or through the nights, males “bellow” as he tries to attract a female. After a courtship in which the male claims a territory and courts a female, the female lays between 20-60 eggs near a body of fresh water and covers them with trees branches, leaves, and other vegetation. Be aware of your surroundings because they are not easily spotted. Because female alligators are very protective, never come between a mother alligator and …

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Water Hazard UPDATE! 5/25/22

ALERT! Good afternoon Shipyard, We greatly appreciated your patience during this sudden event. The Town of Hilton Head, PSD, and Shipyard maintenance teams worked tirelessly all day to remedy the problem. As of 3:45pm on Wednesday, 5/25, the area between the Golf Course and traffic circle are ready to be used and the water hazard is cleaned up. We apologize for the inconvenience this caused and thank you for your patience. We are always a call/email away if you need us, so please feel free to reach out. Best Regards, The Shipyard Team General Manager: melmore@shipyardhhi.com Director of Safety & Security: lalexander@shipyardhhi.com …

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Water Hazard! 5/25/22

ALERT! Good morning Shipyard, Until further notice, avoid the area between the Golf Course and the traffic circle! The road has been shut down from Kingston Road to traffic circle due to water main break. The Town of Hilton Head, PSD, and the Shipyard maintenance team are on site now. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. As soon as we have any information, we will notify you again. We are always a call/email away if you need us, so please feel free to reach out. Best Regards, The Shipyard Team

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Beach Club Bike Etiquette

Please remember to walk your bikes around the Shipyard Beach Club area (owners, renters, and guests). As the paths are extremely narrow and there is more traffic as the weather warms, use caution.

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Love Is In The Air! Alligator Mating Season

 Mating season is from late April to June. During this time, they are likely to wander through lagoons as they search for a mate. In the evening or through the nights, males “bellow” as he tries to attract a female. After a courtship in which the male claims a territory and courts a female, the female lays between 20-60 eggs near a body of fresh water and covers them with trees branches, leaves, and other vegetation. Be aware of your surroundings because they are not easily spotted. Because female alligators are very protective, never come between a mother alligator and …

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Weather Watch!

Good afternoon, The following information was sent from the Town of Hilton Head regarding weather heading our way. Severe weather watch for Today and Tomorrow in Southeast South Carolina and Georgia. There is a chance of damaging winds, isolated tornadoes, and heavy rainfall. More information here!

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Alligator Safety

There has been some Alligator activity and movement within Shipyard recently. Please use caution when outdoors and by the lagoons. As always, do not feed or agitate alligators. If you see anyone committing these acts call Security immediately at (843) 785-4776. Download your copy here!

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Snake ID

As the weather starts to warm up, many people start working outside in their yards or taking long walks through the woods and trails. Keep an eye on the ground though, because our scaled neighbors could be hiding. Within South Carolina there are a total of 38 snake species, but only 6 are venomous. Here is an easy way to identify snakes and the best advice to not get bitten? LEAVE THEM ALONE.

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Boat Safety 101

BOAT SAFETY CHECK LIST Ok it’s time to get the boat out – if you haven’t already!  This is a good time to go over that check list of items you need to have on board to insure everyone’s safety! There needs to be a PFD (personal flotation device) for every person onboard your boat. PFDs must be approved by the Coast Guard. If your boat is 16 feet or over, you need to have a throwable PFD onboard and immediately available in case someone falls overboard. Every boat needs a working whistle or horn to make sound.  Boats over …

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