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March 2023 Tours

Daily Tours Salt Marsh Adventure – Morning and Afternoon Sunset Boat Cruise – Includes a stop on Morris Island! If you don’t see the tour you’re interested in when you’re available, call! Wed, March 1 Guided Beach Walk  Thurs,  March 2 Fossil Expedition Morning Kayak on Folly River Mon, March 6 History Tour Sunset Kayak on Folly River Full Moon Boat Tour Tues, March 7 Morning Kayak on Folly River History Tour Crabbing Adventure Wed, March 8 Guided Beach Walk  Fossil Expedition Thurs,  March 9 Morning Kayak on Folly River Mon, March 13 History Tour Sunset Kayak on Folly River Tues, March 14 Morning Kayak on Folly River History Tour Wed, March 15 Guided Beach Walk  Thurs,  March 16 Fossil Expedition Morning Kayak on Folly River Fri, March 17 Crabbing Adventure Mon, March 20 History Tour Sunset Kayak on Folly…

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January 15, 2023

Join the Team

We are looking to fill several part time positions for the 2021 season.   **MUST be willing to work evenings and weekends!** Yes this is a deer swimming through the marsh.  No it has nothing to do with the ad except to say you will have the opportunity to see super cool things like this!!…

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February 24, 2021

Looking back at 2020

We started 2020 70ish miles due East of Eleuthera, Bahamas, on the way to the USVI.  Eight days later we were freshening things up: refilling water and fuel, and feeling quite thankful to be on solid ground again.  The next two months were spent running snorkel charters on our 43ft catamaran, Seas Life, and generally…

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December 31, 2020

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April 16, 2020

Big Bay Creek Kayak Tour 4/11/20

Join us for a short kayak tour of Big Bay Creek. We’re more photographers that videographers and are still learning what works, sorry for the wind and camera noise! ‎

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April 11, 2020

What’s that gator doing?

One of the most common questions I get on boat tours is “are we going to see an alligator?” While alligators are a common sight in and around Lowcountry ponds we rarely see them in the estuary. Alligators are freshwater animals and prefer not to enter salt water. Following a period of heavy rainfall or extreme drought small/weak/sick individuals are washed or pushed out of their lake homes and find themselves in our saltwater creeks. It’s not usually thrilled to be there. Some theories say that gators may take a saltwater “bath” to remove freshwater parasites. The first gator I came across in saltwater was resting next to the dock on Bulls Island in Cape Romain. The ferry passengers weren’t impressed. Then there was the one who climbed out of the surf near the Folly Beach Pier. If you see…

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May 7, 2019

Cloudy Kayaking

    We love kayaking all the time, but there’s something special about finding your way onto the water on windy, overcast (what most people would call gross!) days.  This morning we had the river to ourselves and quickly found our way to the protected, glassy water side of the river.  A trip of dolphins…

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March 26, 2019

Four Days till Spring

Spring in the Lowcountry is a magical time. It only lasts about 2 weeks before the heat turns on so enjoy every minute of it!   New green grass beginning to push up from the pluff mud is always a first sign of warmer weather to come. Azaleas are in full bloom around Charleston and…

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March 17, 2019