A romantic must see! This place is awesome during the sunset. Just north of Charleston off of Hwy. 17 is Shem Creek. Here you will find a boat-load of seafood restaurants and shops right on the creek. This is also the place where fishing expeditions leave from early in the morning, and return to late in the evening. It's a wonderful place to be.
A must! This 2 hour boat ride on the Charleston Harbor is fantastic. $20.00 per adult and $15.00 per child, is reasonable for The PRIDE is an 84 foot three masted gaff topsail schooner and a Class "C" Tall Ship. They sell beer and wine as well! Make reservations. They also have an evening cruise for those who want to stay out of the sun, or want to see the sunset.
Schooner Pride sailing vessel
One of the popular harbour water attractions. Sail a Tall Ship. A two hour historic Charleston Harbor Cruise. The PRIDE is an 84 foot, three masted, gaff topsail schooner and a Class 'C' Tall Ship. She sails with the winds and tides so every cruise is unique. Guests may help by raising and trimming the sails or even taking a turn at the wheel.
Ft. Sumter tours takes you to Ft. Sumter (pictured below), harbor tours, and elsewhere around Charleston Harbor. Also available for dinner cruises, private charters, etc.
It is a tall long curving bridge. The oldest span was built many years ago and is narrow. If you drive your passengers but not you can enjoy the view.
A must see activity is a boat trip. We took a sail on the Scooner Pride. It is a great photographic opportunity. Also you ca n just sit back and enjoy the view and natural sway of the boat.
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