Captain Ed

Captain Ed Selby is a life-long boater. Licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard, his experience includes serving as Captain on bare boat sailing charters in the Caribbean Sea, Chesapeake Bay and Lake Erie. Captain Ed has been exploring the waters in and around Charleston for approximately 12 years. During that time, he has owned and operated charter boats ranging in size from 21 to 42 feet. Your safety is his number one priority and your enjoyment is a close second. Captain Ed is ready willing and able to show you a great time on the picturesque waters of Charleston.

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Discover treasures on a boat ride with SeaQuest Boat rental in historic Charleston SC

bring along some shoes you don't mind getting wet to explore this little island's beach

Found on a boat ride to Drum Island with SeaQuest Boat Rental in historic Charleston.

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Captain Tanner is set to take you on a cruise. Relax, enjoy, and let him do the driving!

Captain Tanner available to charter your Charleston water adventure

SeaQuest offers boat rentals as well as charters so you can enjoy Charleston by water. Swim, fish, dolphin watch, restaurants, beach, sight see, cruise.

Come along with me for dolphin watching, sight seeing, a day at the beach or a sunset cruise

Captain Tanner

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Dolphin friend at Bristol ready to help you launch a boat with SeaQuest

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10 Passenger Deck Boat New to Fleet. Take 9 of your friends on a boat ride!

hurricaneWelcome the Hurricane to the SeaQuest Daily Boat Rental Fleet. She holds 10 Passengers and boasts an open bow and aft plan for lounging and laughing. Powered by a 150 Yamaha outboard, you can trust this vessel will be a breeze to navigate the Charleston waterways safely.

 

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Dolphin Watching on a Boat Rental in Charleston from SeaQuest

A beautiful day on the water in the company of these beautiful creatures. Brought to you by SeaQuest! Now is a perfect time to rent a boat in Charleston.dolphin

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Sandy Point Beach is a boat rental away!

At Sandy Point Beach, located at the end of Kiawah Island and across the Stono Inlet from Folly Beach, you can see dolphin, horseshoe crab, a white-sand beach, and blue water. Perfect for fishing in Charleston, sunbathing, and swimming. Rent a boat, pack a picnic, and have a great day on the Charleston waterways. Boat rentals are easy at SeaQuest.stono inlet beach 3 stono inlet beach 1

Sandy Point Beach

Sandy Point Beach

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Weekdays are great for Boat Rentals

Beat the heat with a boat ride to Wolf Island. This beach boasts magnificent live oaks, easy anchoring, and during the week is practically your own private get away.

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