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Staff were friendly and fellow passengers were all having a good time. Free beer & wine. Good breeze the day we went so we sailed around in a circle waiting for sunset the returned to the dock. Didn't see any dolphins, but did see a...More
Not a great boat tour for families or those looking to see wildlife, as mentioned in some previous reviews. Basically, you go out into the harbor, then drive around in circles for 90-120 minutes. Our tour included free drinks and some people were definitely getting...More
A business group of about 40 went on a two hour trip in the harbor. Fortunately we had a breezy beautiful day, so the sailing was very good and the drifting just fine. The coolers were stocked with cold water and beers along with wines....More
This was fun. It was a large catamaran party boat. They cruise the water during sunset. Water and soft drinks and chips and appetizers (they were cold) free. Wine is $5, Beer $3 and Margaritas $2. They came out of a can and poured over...More
Set sail with Captain John who gained our attention by blowing on a conch shell. We sailed out of the harbor and since the weather was absolutely perfect, he was able to raise the sails and turn off the motor. We were able to see...More
Have lived in Charleston for 23years and have never sailed the harbor except for the Spiritline Dinner Cruise...totally different experience. Great views of the harbor leaving Shem Creek. Relaxing...just what I needed.
We went on the Palmetto Breeze Catamaran on the Friday 7-9pm cruise. There were 8 of us, 4 adults and 4 children (ages 5, 6, 12, 13). We were told this cruise was good for families. We paid $35/adult and $25/child. It was the longest...More
We took the Palmetto Breeze for the "Windsday" sunset harbor tour. Tickets were $40.00 each and included complimentary water, Sprite, Land Shark beer, Limeritas, and snacks. There were approximately 70 people on board and only enough food and beverages for about 25at most. The cold...More
Took the evening sunset/dolphin watching cruise with my husband and two college aged children. It was a perfect, chamber of commerce evening and we all enjoyed sailing around in the Charleston Harbor. Only downside is that the sun is setting behind the city and and...More