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Combining the best of speed and stability, the 27-foot catamaran Prevailing Winds offers a smooth, breezy experience on the water without tipping and heeling. Join the experienced crew for an inspiring sail around historic Charleston Harbor:
• $40 ($80 value) for a semi-private BOYB daytime dolphin eco sail for two
• $60 ($120 value) for a semi-private BYOB sunset harbor sail for two
• $120 ($240 value) for a private BYOB daytime dolphin eco sail for six
The sunset harbor sail gives you a chance to watch the glimmer of the setting sun on the water against the backdrop of the Charleston skyline. The quiet catamaran often passes close enough for you to get up-close views of bottleneck dolphins and other marine wildlife on this voyage. To make the experience even sweeter, bring your favorite bottle of wine and a few hors d'oeuvres to nibble.
The dolphin eco sail heads out in search of playful dolphins, sea turtles, and other fascinating marine creatures, all of which you'll have a chance to spot in their natural habitat. Your captain will tell you all about the diet, habitat, and habits of these creatures, making the excursion fun for kids or anyone curious about marine mammals.
The private BYOB daytime dolphin eco sail lets you share the fun experience of the above offer with your friends (up to six participants total). Bring your favorite beverages and have a great time -- besides the expert crew, you'll have the boat to yourselves.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 27, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 30, 2013