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Charleston is an exciting city that provides the culture, history, and entertainment it takes to make your trip unforgettable. However, it may just be the water surrounding this coastal city that creates an undeniable thrill. Those with a passion for watersports will find Charleston to be a place of seemingly endless opportunities. Whether you’re in it for the adrenaline rush, views of the coastline, or looking to catch a wave, there’s something on the water for you. Enjoy this three-day Charleston watersports itinerary and allow it to inspire your next Charleston adventure. There’s so much more
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