Choose from Two Options
- $65 for a 90-minute dolphin-watching excursion for two ($120 value)
- $85 for a 2.5-hour shelling excursion for two ($160 value)
On the dolphin tour, visitors travel through Lowcountry estuaries and search for the intelligent clicking and whistling mammals. Participants on the shelling excursion take off via boat for Morris Island, where they hunt for shark teeth and seashells and learn about the island’s history and wildlife.
Guests can be picked up and dropped off at a variety of docks; customers arrange the location with the captain when they make a reservation.
From Charleston’s sandy shores to its grassy marshes, Captain Bret Curlett explores every natural environment he can aboard a 32-foot catamaran. As owner of Harborview Charters, the captain regularly loads up to 26 passengers into his vessel for watery voyages, including sea-bass fishing in the harbor. He shows his guests some of the wonders of the natural world on expeditions to the Lowcountry marshes to search for wildlife such as great blue herons, and dolphins. For even more interaction with nature, Captain Curlett ferries groups to a beach on secluded Morris Island, where they can gather seashells or replace their own molars with shark teeth.