Reel Nauti Private Charter 3hrs
- Duration: 3 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Charleston, SC
- Product code: RN
Get ready to have some fun because you are about to board a Reel Nauti charter! During your 3-hour tour (Don’t worry - Gilligan is not invited) you will witness the beauty that has made Charleston the #1 City in the World year after year. Impressive, but what is beauty without a little brawn! During the tour you will see the Yorktown, Fort Sumter, Fort Johnson, Fort Moultrie, Castle Pinkney, and the world renowned Battery and White Point Garden which housed the artillery during the Civil War. If you think all of that sounds amazing, just wait until you see the sunset. Experiencing the Charleston sunset from the water will leave you breathless! After you catch your breath, the sunset will serve as the perfect backdrop for family portraits, engagements, you name it!
Food and drink are encouraged! Alcohol is welcome for guests 21 and older. We provide the cooler and ice - aren’t we nice!
Music and boating are like a horse and carriage - They just go together! Reel Nauti is equipped with a Bluetooth stereo system that makes us the envy on the water so bring your tunes.
Weather- The most important thing is that our guests have a great time. With that in mind, we try to get every charter in. The weather in Charleston changes constantly, a 40% chance of rain could be a 10 min shower and the rest of the day is perfect. We watch the weather constantly and the Captain makes a decision the day of the charter. We may ask you to go a bit earlier or later to avoid rain. We cannot be out in thunder and lightning as a safety issue. With all that said, if we have to cancel due to weather, we will give you a full refund.
Cancelation- We will refund 100% 30 days prior to your charter date. From 30 days to 1 week prior we will cancel and keep your deposit. Once inside a week we will not refund for anything other than weather.
Damage- We work very hard to keep all of our vessels in perfect condition. We do not require a damage deposit,
as we expect our passengers to not damage our vessels. In the rare case that passengers do
permanently damage upholstery, fiberglass, rails, mats, or other fixtures, the person who booked the
charter is responsible for the repair cost.