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We called and reserved a 20 foot boat. Got to the dock and took the boat out for 2 hours. The owner or owner's son who rented us the boat conveniently couldn't provide us with a receipt but said he would mail it. What was...More
After a wonderful morning with Barrier Island Eco Tours, we decided to have lunch at the Marina Market. They serve deli sandwiches which were quite good. Sit on the deck and enjoy the harbor while having you meal. Service very fast. Two sandwiches with sodas...More
My husband and I were told of this amazing captain Jason Watkins do a fishing charter. We went to the marina to book with him and the cost was $400. A very nice kid helped us and told us the captain was the best. My...More
Went for a mid-day excursion with 4 people...it is pricey (500.00), but boat and fuel are expensive. Started out very well, with everyone catching something within the first hour. The smallest on the boat of course caught the biggest fish (12 lb. Bonnet Shark).
Paid $450 for 3 ppl to fish. The resort we booked through could not tell me the captains name before the excursion. So they ended up on the wrong boat at the marina & off they went! Then only to come back & get on...More
We rented a small boat for a four hour tour from the Isle of Palms marina during the week.
They told us that they're usually booked up on the weekends.
They allowed us to go all the way to the huge Charleston Harbor, where you...More
Captain James is the man to fish with if your in the charleston area he is the epitome of southern hospitality he couldn't do enough to make sure we had a great time . The fishing was off the hook no pun intended we caught...More
Capt James LaVanway took our family of 5 on an awesome fishing trip! All of us caught fish, in fact there was hardly a moment we weren't catching fish. We caught black drum, red drum, black sea bass, toadfish and a shark. The biggest fish...More