SOLD: 1994 Manta 38′ Sailing Catamaran

7 03 2012

Ready to go cruising in style and luxury? If so, here’s your ride!

This ’94 Manta 38′ sailing catamaran just returned from a 4 month islands adventure – and is ready to head back out tomorrow!

All systems recently upgraded and updated by marine industry professional owner – you will not find a better equipped, nicer sailing cat anywhere.

Vessels of this class, age, condition and equipment are rare and sell fast.

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Interior:
Large main salon with large wraparound style dinette and large galley.
Varnished teak and holly sole.
Ample storage.

Port ama:
Large head with separate shower stall forward.
Master double bed aft – Memory Foam Mattress (2010)

Starboard ama:
Single berth/storage forward.
Walk through head.
Guest double berth aft.

Dimensions:
Beam: 21 Feet
LOA: 38 Feet Maximum
Draft: 3’ 10”
Displacement: 13,600 lbs

Engines:
Port: 2009 Volvo D1-30 Sail Drive 850 hrs
Starboard: 2010 Volvo D1-30 Sail Drive 240 Hrs
Generator: 2007 Fischer Panda 6 KW 2200 hrs
Tanks:
Water:
Forward 92 Gallon Aluminum
Aft 42 gallon Soft bladder
Fuel: 82 gallon Diesel Aluminum
Holding: 21 gallon starboard 16 gallon port

Electronics:
Icom M802 SSB
Icom M304 VHF
Sharp 21 inch flat screen tv
Bose Cockpit Speakers
Sony 6×9 interior speakers
New 2010:
Garmin 740s Touch Screen Chartplotter/Radar/Sonar HD
Garmin Radar Airmar thru hull transducer
Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 VHF
AIS Reciever Raymarine St+6000 Autopilot, Type 1 Drive and X 10 Core Jensen DVD/CD/IPOD player
Infinity Outdoor Cockpit speakers
New 2011:
St+ Wind Instrument
Anchor Light
Fuel Transducer and gauge at helm.

Sails:
Harken Electric Winch!
New August 2011:
Full Batten Mack Main Stack Pack Batten Camber Spar
Jib Canvas Cover
Poly Carbonate Windows for Dodger.

Rigging: New 2011 Pin to Pin new rigging, forestay, and aft uppers.

Destroyer Steering Wheel.
Inside Equipment:
New 2010:
Force 10 3 burner stove with broiler oven
Little Wonder 7GPH Water Maker, w 2010 membrane
2 electric bilge pumps
2 manual bilge pumps
New 2011:
12 gallon Isotemp Hot Water Heater
2 Jabsoco Manual Heads with full size bowels
2 head sinks with pressure water
1 divided galley sink with pressure water Whale Gulper Sump Pump(2011)
Filtered drinking water Tap 2
20 lb propane aluminum tanks w Solenoid switch
NEW 2011 Sea Frost BD Freezer (will keep ice cream)
Sea Frost Tradewinds Fridge 2 Sea frost Digital controls

Electrical:
Zantrax 150 amp battery charger
2 – 30 amp power cords
1000 watt pure sine wave inverter
AirX Wind Generator
3 individual starting batteries
16,000 BTU Reverse Cycle AC/Heat
New 2011: 630 watts Sun Solar
660 amp Hours of batteries (house)
6 – 6 volts All new wiring/switches from for Charging systems.

Outside Equipment:
Cockpit Cushions, New 2011 Helm Seat
New Canvas with super clear poly carbonate glass
Dock lines
Fenders
Cockpit Shower
Davits

Anchoring:
45 lb spade FX-27
Fortress 150
3/8 chain 225’ rode with 25’ chain
1501 Lighthouse Windlass (w spare motor)
New 2011 remote control and reversing box

Additional:
Spare Parts

This vessel is docked in Charleston, SC and is easy to inspect by appointment.

Please call or email for additional information, to schedule a personal inspection and for “Brilliant” yacht brokerage services.

Jon Shattuck
Yacht Broker
Brilliant Yachts, Inc.
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com

Disclaimer: Brilliant Yachts offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Boat Transportation Tips

10 02 2012

General boat transportation suggestions:

While boat transportation companies carry commercial liability insurance, I recommend obtaining separate coverage (transportation insurance rider) from your insurance company.

If possible, empty fuel, water and holding tanks.

Prep vessel for a bumpy ride – loose gear stowed below will break or damage your cabinetry.

Sailboat rigs – secure and wrap standing and running rigging – commercial plastic wrap works great.

Shipping height – lower is safer and less expensive – remove lifelines and stanchions, wheels, pedestals, dorades, antennas, biminis, dodgers, etc.

Flybridge removal – label all wires and cables.

Vessels wider than 8’6” require permits.
Vessels wider than 12’ -13’ require escorts.
Vessels higher than 13’6” require escorts.
(Shipping requirements vary from state to state.)

For the best shipping rate – you’ll need to make lots of calls.

The goal is to find a qualified shipper who needs your load to avoid running ‘empty’.

Call all shippers, boatyards on both ends of the trip, even list your vessel on UShip.com

Shipping brokers can help you obtain a lower shipping rate, but be very cautious about any who request or require a deposit.

Shippers will want to know the make and model of your vessel, weight, width, height, shipping to and from locations. If shipping on your own trailer – brake type and ball size.

If you can be flexible on shipping dates, you can save 15 – 25%. Working with a reputable shipping company is more important than getting the lowest price, of course. The purpose of shopping around is to avoid being overcharged, not necessarily to take the cheapest option.

Ballpark shipping costs: Fuel costs have a very direct relationship to the cost of vessel shipping. In general, medium sized boats, 30’ – 40’, which do not require escorts – average the price of a gallon of fuel per mile. Example: Diesel = $3.75 x 1000 miles = swag shipping cost of $3,750.

Vessels on their own trailers run less.
Vessels which require escorts cost more.
The larger the vessel, the more complicated and expensive the project.

Respect the rule of the 7 P’s with all shipping efforts – Proper Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Projects.

Need help? Assisting and advising with all aspects of vessel prep, load and shipping is part of customer services you enjoy when you use Brilliant Yachts with your boat buying efforts.

Happy boating!

Jon Shattuck
Brilliant Yachts
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com





SOLD: 1982 C&C 37′ performance sailboat (SC)

27 10 2010

Calling all ‘sail-a-holics’ – here’s a true sailor’s sailboat for you and your crew!

Club race/cruise equipped – Harken roller furling – Full battened main – all lines led aft.

Sharp teak interior sleeps up to six in two cabins.

This vessel is docked in Charleston, SC and is easy to inspect by appointment.

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INTERIOR:
FORWARD CABIN features large v-berth with filler cushion, teak ceilings with shelves outboard port & starboard, overhead opening hatch, storage to starboard with small countertop, solid teak door to main cabin.

HEAD is forward and to port. Features fiberglass sink, hot & cold pressure water (faucet on hose for shower), shower sump with teak grate, marine head with holding tank, opening port, storage outboard with mirrored doors, mirror, towel rack, solid teak door to main cabin. Hanging locker and storage opposite head.

MAIN CABIN features straight settees both sides with storage behind seat backs, shelves and storage outboard, centerline double drop leaf table (in storage), overhead opening hatch, one opening port, four large fixed ports, teak handrails overhead.

GALLEY is at the base of the companionway to port. Features two deep stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water, gimballed 3 burner propane stove and oven, top loading icebox with 12v referbox – inop, storage outboard and aft.

NAV STATION is opposite galley. Forward facing, features electronics console, 12v and 110v panels, large chart table with storage beneath.

QUARTERBERTH is seat for nav station. Large (honeymoon double) with teak ceilings and shelf outboard.

INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS: Rich teak bulkheads and cabinetry throughout. Varnished teak and holly sole. Royal blue cushions. Ample head and elbow room.

ON DECK:
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions and pushpit with double lifelines and gates.
Large anchor locker with Simpson Lawrence Horizon 1000 electric windlass belowdecks – foot switches on deck.
Slotted aluminum toe rail.
Teak cabintop handrails.

Large ‘T’ shaped cockpit.
Large destroyer wheel with pedestal.
Two small lazarette lockers – port is propane locker.
One large seat locker.
One shallow seat locker.
Fold down swim ladder.

Cockpit cushions – royal blue.
Dodger – blue.

SAILING:
Masthead two spreader rig with inline lowers.
Adjustable babystay with control line led aft.
Harken split drum roller furling.
Two Barient winches at base of mast.
Four self-tailing Barient winches on cabintop.
Nine line clutches.
Four Barient winches in cockpit – aft set are self-tailing.
Main traveler on cabintop.
Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Self flaking lazy jack system for mainsail.

SAILS:
’87 Hathaway full batt main, additional main
Hathaway cruising spinnaker
3 North spinnakers
Headsails: ’87 Hathaway 150%, Heavy #1, #1, #2, #3
Mainsail cover – blue

HULL:
White topsides with blue boot and sheer stripes
LOA: 37′ 7″
Beam: 11′ 8″
Draft: 6′ 7″
Weight: 15,770 lbs
Ballast: 6,000 lbs
Fuel: 20 gallons
Water: 60 gallons

ELECTRONICS:
Garmin 440c chartplotter/GPS
Raytheon R40 XX Radar
Autohelm 7000 Autopilot – helm and nav station controls – inop
KVH Quadro electronics – inop
Icom IC-M 304 VHF radio
Ritchie compass
AM/FM/CD/Sirius stereo

MECHANICAL:
Yanmar freshwater cooled inboard diesel engine – 27 hp
Racor fuel filter
Manual bilge pump – near helm
Electric bilge pump with automatic switch
110v water heater
12v and 110v systems
Heart inverter
Battery charger
Shore power cable

DEFICIENCIES:
Many interior overhead 12v light fixtures have been removed to be replaced with newer style units, but not completed.
Stove door loose – needs repair or replacement.
Autohelm autopilot inop – repair or replace.
KVQ sailing electronics inop – repair or replace.
12v refer inop – repair or replace.

LOOSE GEAR:
Lines
Fenders
35 lb Delta anchor with chain and rode
Fortress FX-23 anchor with chain
Fire extinguishers
Life jackets
Man overboard pole with horseshoe ring
Safety equipment
Magna pushpit mountable bbq grill

Please call or email for additional information, to schedule a personal inspection and for “Brilliant” yacht brokerage services.

Jon Shattuck
Yacht Broker
Brilliant Yachts, Inc.
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com

Disclaimer:
Brilliant Yachts offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.





SOLD: Sharpie Exuma 44′ Cat Schooner (SC)

8 10 2010

Dreaming of coastal cruising, living aboard, gunkholing in the Florida Keys, Bahamas and beyond?

If so, “Shearwater” is ready, willing and able to make your dreams come true!

This brilliant cat schooner rigged Sharpie Exuma 44′ is loaded with salty character and unique features.

Her long, lean, slippery profile provides both shallow draft (2′ 10″!) and great seagoing characteristics.

(Her owner beams when he recalls surfing back from the Bahamas at 15+ knots!)

Two separate cabins and a large cockpit with tiller steering are optimized for simple coastal cruising and enjoying the island liveaboard lifestyle.

Two freestanding rigs with lazy jacks keep the sailplan simple and crew friendly.

This vessel is docked near Charleston, SC and is easy to inspect by appointment.

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BACKGROUND:
The builder, Reuel Parker, featured this vessel in his book “The New Cold-Molded Boatbuilding – From Lofting to Launching”.

The seller is a well known lowcountry boatbuilder who has used his extensive experience and skills to bring this vessel up to class, and then enjoyed cruising the East Coast, Florida Keys and the Bamahas.

Recent upgrades include 44hp Yanmar Diesel, etc.

ON DECK:
Bow pulpit with two anchor rollers and manual windlass (chain or rope)

Large anchor locker
Deck hatch access with three built in steps
Pegs outboard – to hang docklines

Wide walkways with tall bulwarks
Cabintop handrails

Large cockpit with tiller steering
Two large seat lockers
Large storage locker under cockpit sole
Propane locker
Large top loading icechest – accessible from both cockpit and galley
cockpit bimini
custom dinghy davits

FORWARD CABIN:
Large double berth forward on centerline – drawers beneath
Double wide hanging lockers with cane fronts – both sides
Large double berth aft and to staboard
One overhead opening hatch
Five opening ports – 1 oval forward, 4 rectangular – P&S
Overhead and reading lights
Fans

Open air head with marine head – holding tank or overboard discharge
Oval sink
Ample storage shelves outboard and aft

AFT CABIN:
Wraparound settee forward and to starboard – with bookshelves forward
Short settee forward and to port – with shelf above
Drop leaf table on centerline forward
One overhead opening hatch
Two opening rectangular ports
Four large fixed windows
Overhead and reading lights
fans

Galley outboard to port:
Magic Chef four burner propane stove and oven
Long countertop with storage outboard and beneath
Two deep sinks – two foot pumps
Large top loading icechest – accessible from both cockpit and galley – 12v referbox
Spicerack aft

Nav station at base of the companionway and to starboard
Chart table with storage beneath hinged top
Two swiveling chart lights
12v outlet

Interior features:
Inside of cabintop overhead and most flat surfaces are white
Many ribs, handrails, inside of cabintop ceilings, fiddles and trim are varnished
Epoxied sole is inside of hull – no bilges

SAILS & RIGGING:
Two freestanding rigs
Full battened sails
Lazy jacks
Both sails are self-tending

CONSTRUCTION:
Coldmolded hull and deck
Douglas Fir

HULL:
White topsides
Offwhite deck
Centerboard
Barn door style rudder – tiller steering
LOA: 43′ 9″
LWL: 40′
Beam: 12′
Draft: 2′ 10″/6′ 1″
Displacement: 22,000 lbs
Ballast: 7,000 lbs

ELECTRONICS:
Garmin GPS
Ritchie bulkhead mounted compass
Standard Horizon VHF radio
Uniden handheld VHF radio
AM/FM/CD stereo
Satellite 406 EPIRB

MECHANICAL:
Yanmar diesel inboard – 44ph – freshwater cooled
Phase 3 battery charger
12v and 110v systems
110v outlets

LOOSE GEAR:
Anchor, chain and rode
Lines and fenders
Fire extinguishers
Personal gear and tools do not convey

Please call or email for additional information, to schedule a personal inspection and for “Brilliant” yacht brokerage services.

Jon Shattuck
Yacht Broker
Brilliant Yachts, Inc.
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com

Disclaimer:
Brilliant Yachts offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice





Sold: 1985 Pretorien 35 > top quality offshore performance sailboat

28 07 2010

Searching for a sailboat with spirited performance… a unique vessel designed, built and equipped for extensive offshore cruising?

If so, your search is over; this Pretorien 35 is your dream boat!

> Designed by Holman & Pye
> Built by Wauquiez
> Two roomy staterooms with private head
> Roomy main cabin with sit down nav station and proper galley
> Equipped and upgraded for long term liveaboard & offshore cruising
> Recent upgrades: electronics, self steering windvane, watermaker, and sails

On the market because the current owners are moving inland, after living aboard or cruising extensively for 17 years – including two transatlantic crossings.

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Interior

V-BERTH features large double berth with filler cushion, storage beneath berth, shelves outboard both sides and forward, overhead opening hatch, hanging locker, magazine rack, privacy doors to head and main cabin, 12 light and fans.

HEAD is forward to starboard. Features marine head with holding tank, sink with hot and cold pressure water, storage, medicine cabinet, shower with sump.

MAIN CABIN features straight settee to port, storage and shelves outboard – both sides, double drop leaf table on centerline with large wraparound settee, ample storage beneath seats, overhead opening hatch.

NAV STATION is at the base of the companionway to port. Features curved seat, large chart table with storage beneath, electronics panels and storage outboard.

GALLEY is at the base of the companionway and to starboard. Offshore safe, wraparound style layout – features tile countertops, deep top loading icebox with 12v refrigerator/freezer – additional 1″ insulation and removable tray system, Force 10 gimballed propane 3 burner stove and oven, two round stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water, ample storage and drawers.

AFT CABIN features large double berth, opening ports, changing seat, hanging locker, privacy door.

INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS – beautiful teak bulkheads and cabinetry, teak and holly sole, refinished main cabin cushions, (custom) cedar lined hanging upgrades, storage everywhere. @ 6′ 2″ headroom

Deck:

Two bow rollers
Large anchor locker
Stainless steel bow pulpit, stanchions, pushpit and double lifelines with side gates
Electric Windlass

Cockpit
Dodger & bimini
Electronics

Nav Man Instrumentation in Sea hood
(Wind Speed/Direction, Speed and Depth – (2005))
Furuno GPS
VHF radio
Ray Marine Autopilot

Pioneer AM/FM stereo with 12 disc CD changer & Bose speakers

Sails & Rigging:

Double spreader masthead aluminum mast – keel stepped
Headsail roller furling
Lewmar self tailing primary and secondary winches

135% roller furling headsail
130% roller furling headsail – spare
Two mainsails
Cruising spinnaker with sock
Symetrical spinnaker
Storm sail

Underbody/Construction:

Fixed keel
Skeg hung rudder
Fresh bottom paint – July 2010
Epoxy barrier coat – no blisters
Longitudinal as well and latitudinal stringers for additional hull strength and rigidity.

The Pretorien 35 is a ‘go anywhere’ performance cruiser built in France by legendary boat builder Henri Wauquiez. The Wauquiez company is known for producing some of the strongest and most capable offshore yachts ever built that look as great as they sail. Chimere’s medium-displacement solid FRP hull achieves high strength through a massive internal stringer system and a uniquely strong bulkhead-to-hull/deck fiberglass joint. The very high aspect ratio sailplan drives this boat easily in light winds. Yet the very high ballast-to-displacement ratio of 46% with its lead ballast located at the bottom of a deep sump generates a very large righting moment allowing her to comfortably power upwind in 40+ knots of true breeze with sail appropriately reefed. The deep full-skeg rudder assures maximum control and security. Multiple circumnavigator and BOC competitor Hal Roth chose the Pretorien as his cruising boat for his third time around and was quite happy with his choice for comfort and functionality. The boat has drawn rave reviews from other authorities ranging from The Practical Sailor through Cruising World.

You will not find a more capable, good looking performance cruiser for this price. Don’t miss the opportunity to own a true quality performance cruiser.

Mechanical:

Volvo Diesel inboard
Saildrive

20 amp battery charger
Spectra Watermaker – 6 gallons/hour (2007)
Sailomat Self Steering Wind Vane
Emergency tiller

Loose Gear:

Lines
Fenders
35 lb Bruce anchor with 35′ chain
42 lb Delta anchor with 100′ chain

Please call or email for additional information, to schedule a personal inspection and for “Brilliant” yacht brokerage services.

Jon Shattuck
Yacht Broker
Brilliant Yachts, Inc.
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com

Disclaimer:
Brilliant Yachts offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.





123’s of a Long Distance Boat Purchase

27 02 2010

Almost every time Brilliant Yachts helps a client buy or sell a boat, negotiations are communicated via phone, email and/or fax, and the closing is transacted in a ‘long distance’ manner. (Versus ‘sit down’ or ‘face to face’)

While every boat transaction is unique, here are the basic steps of a long distance boat purchase.

1. Buyer makes a written offer on a boat they wish to purchase – specifying price and terms

a. Purchase Price
b. 10% refundable deposit – held in escrow
c. Terms: Personal Inspection, Survey, Confirmation of Inventory, Financing,
Closing Deadline, Delivery location, Offer Expiration Date, etc.

2. Due diligence performed

a. Seller is responsible to deliver vessel to boatyard, if necessary
b. Buyer is responsible for survey, haulout and/or mechanic’s inspection costs
c. If survey is an all day affair, Broker provides beverages and gourmet lunch

3. After due diligence results are reviewed, Buyer has three options:

a. Acceptance of Vessel
(agree to close per price and terms of Purchase Agreement)
b. Conditional Acceptance of Vessel
(agree to close, but with changes to price and/or terms)

    i. If changes are acceptable to Seller; transaction proceeds to closing.
    ii. If changes are not acceptable to Seller; transaction is terminated and
    earnest deposit returned to Buyer.

c. Rejection of Vessel
(transaction is terminated, earnest deposit returned to Buyer)

Brilliant Yachts incorporates the services of a third party marine titling company to ensure transfer of funds and ownership paperwork are handled promptly and professionally.

4. Closing

a. Seller is responsible for storage or dockage until date of closing
b. Buyer is responsible for closing costs and insurance
c. Titling company coordinates all aspects of closing – funds and paperwork

    i. Prepares transfer of ownership paperwork – prepared in advance of closing,
    signed by Seller and returned to Titling company
    ii. Collect all funds from Buyer and/or Buyer’s lender
    iii. Prepares closing statements for Buyer, Seller, Broker, Lender(s) –
    for review and signature prior to closing
    iv. When the Closing company has signed closing statements and properly signed ownership transfer paperwork in their possession and funds on account – closed and sold!
    v. Closing company notifies all parties, forwards funds via wire transfer
    and processes transfer of ownership paperwork.

5. Enjoy!

Broker assists Buyer with all aspects of taking delivery of vessel –
dockage, storage, shipping, service, etc.

With cooperative parties, good communications and professional services and support, every boat sale is a ‘brilliant’ event!

When you and your crew are buying or selling, let Brilliant Yachts assist with your boating adventures!

Jon Shattuck
Yacht Broker/President
Brilliant Yachts, Inc.
843-276-0852 cell/text
yachts@brilliantyachts.com
http://www.brilliantyachts.com





Charleston Fun Afloat!

19 02 2010

Located near the middle of the Eastern Seaboard with the Atlantic Ocean, the Intercoastal Waterway, three rivers, a refreshing seabreeze, friendly people, a rich maritime heritage, and an almost year-round boating season, Charleston, South Carolina, is a brilliant boating area and home port for ocean travelers.

Here are a few ways to get out on (or near) the water in Charleston!


Charleston Explorer
Excursions & Private Charters
843-609-9009
charters@lc-cruises.com
http://www.lowcountry-cruises.com

Palmetto Breeze
Awesome Sailing Catamaran
http://www.PalmettoBreeze.com

Schooner Pride
Charleston’s Tall (sailing) Ship ~ Harbor Tours & More
Aquarium Wharf, 360 Concord St.
Charleston, SC 29401
800-344-4483
843-722-1112
843-723-6122 fax
info@schoonerpride.com
http://www.schoonerpride.com

Horizon Seeker
38′ Motoryacht – available for private captained charters, corporate outings, and dockside overnight stays
Charleston Harbor Marina – A Dock
Jennifer Heisler
843-606-0232
boat@horizonseeker.com
http://www.horizonseeker.com

Charleston Water Taxi
Water Taxi service to and from Charleston Harbor Marina and the SC Aquarium, Harbor & Dolphin Tours
843-330-CWTX (2989) Boat phone
info@charlestonwatertaxi.com
http://www.charlestonwatertaxi.com

Ocean Sailing Academy
Sailing Lessons & Charters
843-971-0700
info@OSAsailing.com
http://www.osasailing.com

Aqua Safaris, Inc.
Charleston & Worldwide Charter Agents – Sail, Excursion, Fishing
800-524-3444
843-886-8133
info@aqua-safaris.com
http://www.Aqua-Safaris.com

Charleston Harbor Tours
Downtown ~ Harbor Tours & Blues Cruises
800-979-3370
843-722-1112
sales@charlestonharbortours.com
http://www.CharlestonHarborTours.com

Spiritline Cruises
Yorktown ~ Harbor & Dinner Cruises
800-789-3678
843-722-2628
843-881-2960 fax
http://www.spiritlinecruises.com

Thriller Charleston
Go fast harbor tours
843-276-4203
http://www.ThrillerCharleston.com

Sandlapper Tours
Harbor, Nature and History tours
http://www.sandlappertours.com

Charleston Maritime Center
http://www.cmcevents.com

Patriot’s Point
USS Yorktown & Naval Maritime Museum
http://www.patriotspoint.org

South Carolina Aquarium
http://www.scaquarium.org

Please email additions and corrections to yachts@brilliantyachts.com