Charleston SC Harbor Sunset Cruise Wedding & Engagement Boat Tours Launched

Carolina Marine Group in Charleston has launched a fleet of boats that can be reserved for harbor cruises. The boats can be booked for private parties, engagements, sunrise and sunset tours.

Charleston, United States - April 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Carolina Marine Group in Charleston has launched a fleet of boats for guided harbor tours, sunset cruises, engagements and bachelor parties. The cruises are unique experiences designed for tourists and locals to get out on the water and enjoy the scenic harbor of Charleston and surrounding areas.

More information can be found here: https://carolinamarinegroup.com/cruises-tours

The company caters to clients who are looking for a truly unique experience in the Charleston area. They offer various packages for private parties, bachelor/bachelorette trips, romantic sunset cruises, sunrise cruises, cigar and bourbon tasting cruises, air and sea tours and Charleston Port and shipyard tours.

The Charleston sunset tours are the most popular among the available cruises and is a wonderful and unique way to spend an evening in the area. Not much is more romantic than a sunset, so for those planning to pop the question, private engagement tours are available at sunset and can include a professional photographer to capture the moment.

For the early risers, a sunrise tour is just as beautiful as a sunset tour. A great way to kick off a day in Charleston, a sunrise cruise is an experience not many get to have since most people aren’t awake early enough on vacation to get the full joys of morning.

Boats can be reserved for weddings, bachelor and bachelorette parties as well as private corporate events. There is no limit to the type of event that can be hosted aboard the Carolina Marine Group fleet.

For the refined, cigar and bourbon tours are available, which include sipping local bourbon and puffing on local cigars while relaxing on the back deck of the boat and taking in the beautiful surroundings.

More adventurous types can book the air and sea tour, which includes a helicopter tour as well as a boat cruise. What better way to see the sights Charleston has to offer than from the air and the water?

Whatever the interests are of the client, Carolina Marine Group can provide them with a unique experience they won’t soon forget. Interested parties can find more information and make bookings at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dave Gugliotti
Email: Send Email
Organization: Carolina Marine Group
Address: 17 Lockwood Drive, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
Phone: +1-843-779-5711
Website: https://www.carolinamarinegroup.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 501961

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