Watercraft Beer Tasting

Join us for our WaterCraft¬†Beer tasting. Summertime and beer are like sand and flip flops. As beer lovers we can attest to the vibrant and tasty Lowcountry beer scene. Cruise in style along the majestic Charleston Harbor while sampling unique IPAs, saisons, porters and other brews from Charleston’s most celebrated breweries.

The Sampit

Overnight cruises to the historic, centuries-old Lowcountry seaports is what we do best. Included in your overnight cruise is a summary night’s stay in a luxurious waterside inn or B&B; two sun-soaked fun-filled days cruising through beautiful wildlife refuges and prolific estuaries; lunch and/or breakfast and libations; and schmoozing with a husband and wife duo who are friendly and experienced licensed captains.

Full Moon

This cruise is wildly romantic. An interesting tidbit about a full moon is that it ushers in higher and lower tides than normal. These tides are known as spring tides. Watching the sun set just as the bulging moon is rising is a special event. The 2019 Full Moon Dates: May 16-18, June 15-17, July 16-19, August 15-18, Sept 13-15, October 11-14.

After-Work Happy Hour

Celebrate your long day at the office by kicking off your shoes and hopping into a luxurious cabin cruiser and boating around the Holy City.

Happy hour cruises run from 4 to 7 PM, Monday thru Friday.

Barrier Island

There are many unique things about the Lowcountry, but boaters favor the numerous undeveloped barrier islands speckling Charleston’s coast. These islands are accessible only by boat, essentially making them your own private oasis. No matter the time of year, a visit to one of these barrier islands is an extraordinary experience.


Harbor Cruise

Our Harbor Cruise is our most popular package. Besides seeing an abundance of dolphins and other interesting wildlife, watching the sun set over the Holy City’s steepled cityscape is a spectacular sight. Not to mention wildly romatic!

Inshore Fishing

Spend a beautiful day on the Charleston waterways catching speckled trout, spot tail, sheepshead and flounder.

Sunday (or Saturday) Brunch

Many people visit Charleston just for its world-class cuisine. Kickoff your day in true mariner fashion by boating to a scrumptious brunch spot (or enjoy a catered Lowcountry meal) while sipping mimosas in the salty air under the warm Carolina morning sunshine.

The Ashley

The Ashley River is the only Scenic River in the Lowcountry. Along Ashley’s pluffmud banks, and nestled among the moss-draped, centuries-old oaks is a treasure trove of historically significant sites. Three of which are 18th century plantations: Drayton Hall, Magnolia Plantation and Middleton Place. This three-mile stretch of river is known locally as plantation row.

ACE Basin

The ACE Basin, the confluence of the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto River Basins, is for those seeking a unique adventure. Cruise through the heart of the picturesque ACE Basin, the largest undeveloped natural areas on the Atlantic Coast. You will venture in uncharted creeks, and be immersed in beauty and surrounded by pods of dolphins and endangered and exotic wildlife like the peregrine falcon, black skimmer and American oystercatcher.