Charleston Boat Tours on the Harbor

The Charleston Harbor tour will take you along the harbor in a nearly 90-minute relaxing journey that gets you “up close & personal” with some of the attractions that make this city so great. You’ll see St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Steeple which survived the Revolutionary War, Forts Sumter, Johnson and Moultrie, three enduring remnants of both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, as well as Patriot’s Point, the home of the “Fighting Lady” and her famous story from World War II. And while you’re there don’t forget to keep a close eye toward the water. You might be lucky enough to spot dolphins swimming around the boat.

Morris Island Lighthouse Tour

This is one breathtaking tour you wouldn’t want to miss! Take a boat and weave your way through clear tidal creeks to Morris Island and its famous lighthouse. It’s a six-mile journey of pristine water, beautiful beaches and an entire island that is totally uninhabited. If you’re looking for romance it simply can’t get more romantic than that. You’ll also get a chance to explore the native wildlife and the prosperous ecosystem on the island. Listen to the history of the island from your guide as you get an intimate look at the unspoiled natural beauty of the island. And, yes, you can also get a glimpse of the friendly dolphins there, too!

Fossil Hunting Tour

Charleston boat tours are not just about sitting back while taking in the view. You can take a boat out to Morris Island where you can take part in a miles-long beach hike to enjoy some exciting activities on the beach, like hunting for fossils. Your destination is a remote area in the island where a trained guide will point you to the places to search for and possibly find prehistoric fossils. So put on your Indiana Jones fedora and get digging!

Charleston boat tours help reveal one side of this magnificent city that can only be explored from the water. So get in touch with us today to find a vacation rental for your trip and we’ll help you find your sea legs.