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Stray Cat Charters

CHARTERS  INSHORE OFFSHORE  SPORTFISHING. Come onboard this 27-foot power catamaran: “The Stray Cat.” We’re hot and fast! Spend less time riding and more time fishing. Captain Jim Clark has been named to George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing A-Team. (843) 683-5427 or straycatcharter.com.

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May River Excursions

May River Excursions is based in Old Town Bluffton. We offer a variety of boating experiences ranging from cruises to fishing and shrimping excursions. May River Excursions offers competitive rates and knowledgeable, local born and raised captains. May River Excursions operates Carolina Skiff boats and can accommodate as many as 12 passengers per boat.

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Stand and Paddle

Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced paddler, come join us in the fun and adventure of the fastest growing sport in the world! We offer Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) lessons, group and family outings and tours, sunset paddles, moonlight paddles, sunrise paddles, SUP race training, and even a little SUP yoga and fitness. (843) 368-8690

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Bonnie Rae Charters

Captain Joe has been fishing the waters of Hilton Head Island, SC for 20 years and uses his hard-earned knowledge to put anglers on fish. Whether you’re an experienced angler or a newcomer who wants to experience the waters of the Lowcountry, Captain Joe offers a fishing experience to meet your specific needs.

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Facts about South Carolina

South Carolina became the eighth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution, on May 23, 1788. South Carolina became the first state to vote in favor of secession from the Union on December 20, 1860. After the American Civil War, it was readmitted into the United States on June 25, 1868. South Carolina is named in honor of King Charles I of… Read More…

Spiritual Shelter – Church of the Cross Offers Insight Into Antebellum Bluffton

The Church of the Cross, an Episcopal church located on a bluff overlooking the scenic May River, has served as the heart and soul of Bluffton for many area residents. Constructed of virgin heart pine (not cypress, as many believe), the church has a unique rustic exterior that complements its distinctive Gothic architecture. The church… Read More…

Sheepshead: The Fish With Human Teeth

The aquatic ecosystem of Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry is home to a wide variety of animals working in harmony to create the beautiful natural places we enjoy. By Jessie Renew, Outside Hilton Head Among these is the abundant fishery comprised of hundreds of species of animals, all of whom are woven into the food web. Close to the… Read More…

Dolphin Watching

One of the favorite pastimes of Lowcountry residents and visitors as they walk the beach or cruise the local waterways, is watching dolphins as they play, fish or simply swim on by. Many people don’t realize, however, that they are actually whale watching. Most of us think of whales as large marine mammals, up to 90… Read More…

Life Sailing before the Mast

By Randolph Stewart The winds whipped at 40 knots per hour in the North Atlantic in winter temperatures as the Statsraad Lehmkuhl, a three-masted steel Bark built in Germany in 1914, made its return transatlantic crossing from the U.S. to Bergen, Norway. Captain Marcus Seidl and his brother, Chief Officer David Seidl, joined the tall… Read More…