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water in Sept and sharks teeth

Hi! I am thinking about going to Edisto in the fall but would like to know if the water is comparable to the water on Topsail Island , NC. Is it warm and clear and is there a sound that is accessible for swimming? Also, are sharks teeth still able to be found on the beach? Thanks!

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1. Re: water in Sept and sharks teeth

The water temperature-wise might be a little warmer that at Topsail. I haven't been to Topsail in years so I can't really say for sure. September is usually a great time to visit, since school will have stated and it won't be as crowded. Just be sure to purchase trip insurance in case there's a hurricane. We haven't had one hit here since 1989, but September is high season.

Shark's teeth can still be found. Have a great time.

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2. Re: water in Sept and sharks teeth

Definitely warmer than Topsail; more quiet as well. September is a great time to visit. Fewer children; very laid back. We go quite often (Day trippers, or 1 night overnight..)

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