Kiawah Island Boat Charters

Reservations are required for all Eco-Tours and have a 24-hour Cancellation Policy. An automatic 22% service charge will be added to parties of 10 or more.

Dolphin Encounters

Dolphin EncountersDolphins are believed to be among the most intelligent animals on earth, and are well known for their playful and carefree nature. Come join us as we search inlets, creeks, and marshes for Kiawah’s own inshore Dolphin pod.

Price: $60/person ($360 trip minimum)
Available daily
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Tideland Treasures

Tideland TreasuresJoin our Captains as we try our luck with a cast net while exploring the ebb and flow of Kiawah’s tidal estuaries. The abundant birdlife, exposed oyster beds, and breathtaking scenery provide and incredible backdrop for this family friendly cruise.

Price: $60/person. ($360 trip minimum) Available upon request.
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Shutter-bug Photography Cruise

Private Tour Only.

ShutterbugGrab your camera and join Nature Photographer Jamie Rood aboard our bay boat as we cruise the Kiawah River to photograph some of the Island’s most scenic areas. Accessible only by boat, the river provides a unique perspective of Kiawah’s diverse wildlife and incredible views of our salt marsh and dune thicket environment. Naturalist interpretation and photography instructions will focus on topics such as composition, camera techniques, exposure and lens selection. All levels of experience are welcome.

Price: $510 (1-6 guests), 2 hours, $85 each additional guest, $150 each additional hour.
Available upon request.

Sandy Point Get-A-Way

Sandy Point GetawayTravel the Kiawah River to our island’s most secluded beach. Here you can walk for miles in a place preserved for Kiawah’s native wildlife. Whether you join this excursion to beach comb, bird watch or simply to play in the sand, this is a great experience for the entire family.

Price: $75/person ($360 trip minimum)
Available upon request
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Kiawah River Birding

River BirdingThe Kiawah River and its surrounding tidal creeks, oyster beds, and mud flats provide an abundant array of migratory, shore, and wading birds. Come join us as we cruise the saltmarsh and witness the daily life of the river’s avian species.

Price: $60/person
Trip Minimum: $360
Duration: 1.5 hours
Available upon request.

Oyster Roast River Cruise

Oyster Roast River CruiseDon’t forget to grab a drink at the bar and take advantage of our motorboat tours while shucking the night away at the Mingo Point Oyster Roast. Meet us at the head of our dock for a scenic cruise down the Kiawah River.

Price: $20/person
Duration: 30 minutes
Available during Public Mingo Oyster Roasts

Sunset Cruise

Sunset CruiseAfter a fun filled day on the beach, there’s no better way to end your day than a leisurely cruise along the calm water of the Kiawah River. Maximize the amount of time spent with your family and friends by enjoying the beauty of a Kiawah sunset.

Price: $60/person ($360 trip minimum)
Available daily
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Kiawah’s Deadliest Catch

Deadliest CatchJoin us for a family friendly crabbing experience aboard our shallow draft bay boat as we cruise along the Kiawah River in search of the perfect crabbing location. Once our search has been narrowed down, we’ll disembark and try our luck using hand-lines and nets to capture the sometimes elusive Atlantic Blue Crab.

Price: $60/adult, $50/child (ages 3-11)
Trip Minimum: $360

1.5 hours. Available upon request.
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Holy City Harbor Cruise

Come join us as we travel the backwaters of the Kiawah and Stono rivers into the historic Charleston Harbor. During the hour long journey to the harbor, we’re sure to encounter some of the lowcountry’s spectacular avian and marine life along the banks of the river. Once we’ve reached the harbor, we’ll see where pirates were hung, where the first shots of the civil war were fired, and the numerous steeples highlighting Charleston’s skyline. Get a close up look at Castle Pinckney, Ft. Sumter, and the USS Yorktown as your captain navigates around the downtown peninsula. From pirate and ghost stories to rich Charleston history and marine heritage, this tour is a great way to see the holy city from the water.

Price: $150/person
Trip Minimum: 4 people or $600 (capacity: 6 guests)
Duration: 4 hours
Available upon request.

Shelling Expedition

Shelling ExpeditionSC’s rich ecosystem provides a variety of unique marine mollusks that leave behind a legacy of beautiful shells. Accessible only by water, Naturalists will escort you to a remote barrier island known for it’s shells. Shells are important to our delicate coastline. We encourage photos and apply collecting limits to help conserve the beach and its inhabitants for future generations.

Price: $65/per adult, $55/child (ages 3-11)
Trip Minimum: $360
Duration: 2 hours
Available weekly, but only upon request in the winter (besides holiday weeks).

Deveaux Bank Seabird Sanctuary

PelicansThe Lowcountry salt marsh and its surrounding tidal creeks, oyster beds, and mud flats provide an abundant array of migratory, shore, and wading birds. Come join us as we cruise the river on our way to the Southeast’s largest shorebird nesting site, Deveaux Bank. Located at the mouth of the North Edisto River, this sandspit island provides vital habitat to thousands of nests of dozens of different species of migratory and ground nesting shore birds.

Price: $85/person
Trip Minimum: $360
Available upon request.

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