Prepare to Set Sail with Your Group on Harbor Tours in Charleston, SC
Beautiful Charleston, SC, is the largest city in the state, and with an estimated metropolitan population of just over 800,000 residents, it ranks as the 74th-largest metropolitan statistical area in the country. It’s a city rich in heritage and history, and one of the most popular tourist destinations on the eastern seaboard.
Visitors to Charleston who really want to get the best look at this beautiful oceanside city should do so with harbor tours in Charleston, SC, especially if they’re traveling with a bigger group (6-20 people).
Harbor tours in Charleston, SC, enable guests to enjoy spacious accommodations in this charter boat experience, enjoying the magnificent sights while first mates tend to the guest’s food and drink preferences, and the captain imparts his knowledge and historical information to keep guests entertained while learning about the area.
Tours take three or four hours, and take guests on a loop through the harbor, which starts with Fort Sumter. Some other historic sights on the tour include:
- Fort Moultrie
- Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse
- Castle Pinkney
- Patriot’s Point
- U.S.S. Yorktown
- Ravenel Bridge
- Charleston Aquarium
- Rainbow Row
- the Battery
- other scenic sights
Select harbor tours have terrific food catered to the boat prior to departure, and welcome guests that want to bring their own food and drink. These boats are located at Ripley Light Yacht Club, which is conveniently less than two minutes from downtown Charleston.
For more information on a terrific harbor tour, including times, prices, tour options and much more, contact Charleston Yacht Tours at www.charlestonyachttours.com