Located close to both Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, this marina offers full service convenience. Its floating docks have slip ... More
Located close to both Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, this marina offers full service convenience. Its floating docks have slip sizes from 30 to 55 feet and face docks up to 112 feet. Nine docks are divided into 200 wet slips and there is an 80 boat dry stack as well. The marina features phones, showers, fuel, laundry facilities, a lounge, a store and on-call repair services. Customers can also enjoy sunset and dolphin watching cruises, nature tours, sport fishing, and kayaking. Fees vary; call for details.
The five stars are not for the charter office.
I too had a problem with the charter office. There where 2 guys working in the office the day I went in. They did not want to help, and they seemed put out when I asked questions. On my way out I walked down the dock and noticed one of the guides washing his boat. I asked him about the fishing. Let me say this, I was taken back at how willing and nice Capt. Harry D. was to me. He was eager to talk to me about how they fished, the tackle they used ect... His charter company is Drum Runner Charters. I have been out with him 2 times now. My wife and kids love him. He keeps the kids engaged and entertained. I highly recommend him.
Be very careful when making a booking with these people. Due to adverse weather conditions earlier in the week, they have just cancelled my reservation for a fishing charter causing me considerable embarassment with a number of guests as they have allocated all their skippers to other people who they are rescheduling. i will not use them again.
Bohicket is under new management and it shows! The Marina looks great and the new Reds Icehouse is awesome! (Been open about a year now). It's DEFINITELY worth the short trip from downtown Charleston or off the ICW for cruisers. Restaurants, shops, great walking and bike paths around both Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, and Freshfield's Village with it's cute town-like atmosphere and grocery store make this a must-see destination for any cruiser. And don't forget about GOLF........
Been going here for years, and each year it gets nicer and nicer. The food is great and the service is very helpful. It has a great setup between the restaurants and shops, and a beautiful view of the water. There is no place better to watch the sunset than Bohicket! Chartering a boat to go fishing or dolphin watching is a great way to spend the day, and makes for a memorable one!
I have never been to a marina that: A. Opened late (after 8am) and closed early(supposed to close at 6pm locked up tight at 5:15pm) The staff was hardly helpfull when they were there. The docks were upgraded since my last visit, but its not worth the stop. Forced to stop because of ocean conditions, next time Ill fight the water way and sailboats.
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