Not only does Beaufort have great fishing practically year round, Beaufort South Carolina has a history that has contributed to our present day. Historical sites that can be seen from the Beaufort River and Port Royal sound include, a period British Fort, a historic Spanish Fort, a fort from the Mexican American War, and a Fort from the Civil War! Also, a great view from Paris Island, The Marine Corps Recruit Depot can be seen from the Port Royal Sound.
From the Seawolf you can expect to see lowcountry nature, from coastal birds, to the bottle-nose dolphin that often swims in the wake of Seawolf. Even the occasional sea turtle shows itself from time to time. If you enjoy nature as much as you enjoy fishing, then you’ll get the best of both worlds.
Please call Capt. Wally for reservations at (843)-521-3372
The cost is $100 per hour (The cruise takes a minimum of 2 hours)
Spanish Established Santa Elena
Sold to Alexander Parris 1715
Later, Parris Island was the home of a large cotton plantation owned by the Elliott Family
Ft. Frederick on present day Naval Hospital grounds
Scottish Settlement Ft. Lyttleton
Battle of “Port Royal Sound”
Ft. Beauregard & Ft. Walker
Spanish American War
“Monkey” Island Tour (Morgan Island, SC)
Enjoy this 3-4 hour Nature cruise up the coastline of Beaufort County SC as we head towards the Morgan Island Primate Colony. The island hosts between 3000-4000 monkeys living wild. Due to the wildness of the primates, there is a strict no trespassing policy, so we do not dock at the island, but will encircle the island so you can see the monkeys in a wild habitat.
The cost is $100.00 per hour (The cruise takes between 3 and 4 hours)
Other Historical Tour Options
While you are in Beaufort, SC visiting, you may want to look into these other touring options as well: