The South Carolina coast offers some of the best fishing in the world, and Sea Breeze Charters is fully equipped to give you the chance to experience it for yourself. With outstanding fishing in the area all year round, the spring and summer are particularly phenomenal for big game offshore fishing, so make sure you don’t leave it to the last minute to make a booking!
The largest boat in Sea Breeze Charters’ fleet is a 35 ft. Rampage, a fully rigged vessel that is perfect for traveling far offshore in search of the fish of your dreams. Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, the boat cruises at over 30 knots, giving you more time fishing and less time traveling. The boat’s outriggers, downriggers, and center rigger give it excellent trolling capabilities, while the comfortable air-conditioned interior gives you the chance to relax on longer trips while still keeping an eye on the action.
The top-notch crew will take you on a fishing trip to remember, regardless of your expertise. Groups of up to six people are welcome aboard, and can choose between fishing the reefs and wrecks for Sea Bass, Flounder, Spadefish, Cobia, Sharks, Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish, and Porgie, or traveling far offshore for Blue and White Marlin, Swordfish, Wahoo, and Mahi Mahi. Reef trips are perfect for novice fishermen or those looking for a tasty catch to take home, while longer offshore trips suit seasoned anglers down to the ground.
All the equipment you will need for your trip is supplied by the company – all you need to bring are snacks, drinks, and a healthy appetite for some seriously exciting deep sea fishing!
66 9th Street West, Folly Beach
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Trips start at $800
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2005 35' Sport Fisherman
460 HP engine(s)
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Includes 6 guests
Trip time: 5:00pm to 5:00pm (24 hours)
3 Day Cancellation Policy
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This trip departs at 5:00Pm and returns at 5:00PM the next day. We'll offshore for Swordfish during the evening and troll for big game fish during the day.
Capt. Michael Yount
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