Have a Question?
Here are some of our most asked questions. If you don’t see your question in this list, please feel free to call Captain Jeff: 843-422-3430.
Sure! Our larger boats are perfect for bringing the whole family. So bring the kids, moms and the grandparents too. The maximum number of passengers is 6. The US Coast Guard limits private offshore charters to 6 people maximum. There are no minimum or maximum age limits.
Yes, all of our boats are shaded and they all have clean bathrooms.
It is recommended that trips be booked at least 2 weeks in advance, but 24 hours is our shortest. Some guests book many months in advance.
The GULLAH GAL, TRUE GRITS and HONEY B are very dry boats. Most likely you will not get splashed with water although sometimes your feet may get wet. Flip flops are welcome. Sunscreen and sunglasses are recommended. Bring food and drink if you’d like. We will have a cooler and ice on the boat. Mornings can be cool so bring a light jacket. Dress appropriately for potentially changing weather conditions…and most importantly – bring your camera!
Your Captain or Mate will clean any fish you catch during your trip. We will give it to you in a zippy bag. It is not common for restaurants on Hilton Head to cook your catch. Customers are welcome to contact any restaurant they wish but we have no prearranged restaurant partnerships.
Yes…every trip is private so it’s only your group on the boat.
The waters around Hilton Head Island are home to many different species of fish and sharks. To see a sample list, please stop by our What Will We Catch page.
Hilton Head’s waters are usually very calm and boaters rarely get even a splash. If seas are rough (over 4 feet) we’ll either stay close to shore or reschedule your trip for another day.
When charter fishing on Hilton Head the most common trips are 4 to 6 hours. For the average family looking to have fun, a 4 or 5 hour trip is plenty. However, depending on the type of fish you may want to catch, a longer trip may be necessary. Please call Captain Jeff (843-422-3430) to discuss what fish you might catch.