Nature Adventure Boat ChartersDolphins, Birding, Shelling and more!
Dolphins, birding, oyster reefs, and undeveloped beaches and island abound in the salt-marsh estuary!
Explore the salt-marshes of Charleston with your professional naturalist captain aboard our spacious Carolina Skiff. Our open deck and high safety rails make this boat ideal for families and small groups, and our shallow draft allows us to go where most boats can’t. We love kayaking and SUPing, but our boat charters allow you to venture further out and explore a much larger area. Additionally, it makes for a great way to do wildlife viewing, because we can cover a much larger area, and have more opportunities to find the wildlife.
Bottlenose dolphin encounters are almost a guarantee, as well as world class bird watching opportunities. Examine and discussing oyster reefs, throwing the cast net, and pulling a crab pot are some of the many ways we get a closer connection to the estuary and all the inhabits it. We generally have an opportunity to get out on the undeveloped boat access only beach of historic Morris Island along the way. Rich with history, a national historic landmark lighthouse, and great shelling, this place is a jewel of Charleston. Our US Coast Guard Master Captains are professional naturalist with a passion for sharing their knowledge of local ecology and history. There are lots of boats for hire in the Charleston area, the difference really comes down to the captain you hire. Let us show you the low-country as we see it!
Morris Island Lighthouse and Dolphin Cruise
Dolphins + undeveloped beach island + historic lighthouse = a great day on the water in Charleston, South Carolina! Our 24ft Carolina Skiff offers a spacious and quiet ride as we cruise the salt marsh estuaries on the way to historic Morris Island. We will take our time on the way to the island to explore creeks and look for bottlenose dolphin, wading birds, and other wildlife. Throw a cast net or pull a crab pot to get a closer look at whats in the water! We will land the boat on Morris Island and have time for exploring the undeveloped beach. The history is deep on this eroding barrier island in the shadow of the Morris Island Lighthouse. Today the lighthouse lies stranded off the island, completely surrounding by the atlantic ocean. This tour can be booked for just about anytime, but low-tide often provides the best wildlife viewing opportunities, and maximum beach access. In the summer months, early morning charters are a great bet to be the first footprints in the sand and to beat the heat!
Private Boat Charter Rate: 2-2.5 tour
Private base rate 1-4 people $220
additional adult passengers + $55
additional kids (12 & under) +$35
Infants No Charge