Start with our basic 2 hour sail or splurge and spend a full day lounging on your private crewed yacht on the Charleston Harbor. We can show you the sights from Ft Sumter to the Ravenel Bridge or anchor in a cove and swim, its all up to you! Most charters are 3 hours or longer in length. We sail year round and always ready to get out on the water!
Fate has 2 master cabins with queen beds, and two full bathrooms with standup showers. We can accommodate up to 4 guests at the dock for overnights after your trip. Save $100 and book your stay along with your sunset sail. Fate is equipped with all the creature comforts and amenities that you would have at home.
One of the most romantic settings one could imagine, that is why Fate hosts dozens of successful proposals each year! Getting Married? We can take your wedding party or guests for a sail while in town. We also host many Bachelor and Bachelorette parties throughout the year. A professional photographer is available to capture every moment.
We have had an incredible year with over 140 amazing charters since March. Some of the sunsets we saw were indescribable and images can only convey the beauty. View the video slideshow of some of our best moments on Fate this year.
Captain Dustin is a professional photographer specializing in landscapes, sailing and proposals in Charleston and around the country.
For those extra special occasions, prints can be purchased online after the charter.
When it comes time to treat yourself right, make sure you are on the private sailing yacht Fate! With over 140 satisfied charters per year and Five Star reviews on TipAdvisor you will want to book early to guarantee your place on Fate!
Sailing in the Charleston harbor is a year round adventure. Experiance this opportunity on Charleston's finest private air conditioned luxury yacht. Take in the sights of this beautiful city from historical landmarks to a wide variety of wildlife as you relax and feel the ocean breeze, all while your professional captain and mate take care of everything else.
A typical 3 hour harbor cruise will pass by Charleston landmarks such as The Battery, Waterfront Park, Historic Castle Pinckney, under the Arthur Ravanel JR Bridge, and out to Fort Sumter where the Civil War began. You will usually see dolphins playing in the bow wake or feeding in the shallows. If you are an avid bird watcher feel free to bring along a pair of binoculars as there are many species to be seen.
Complimentary soda and bottled water are provided. Feel free to bring any special beverages that you wish to take pleasure in while you watch the amazing sunsets Charleston has to offer. If you prefer to have a dinner cruise, catering can be provided by Caviar and Bananas, they provide the most excellent meals available for delivery. Pair your food with Fate's very own wine, the exclusive "Fate" Chardonnay, created by Captain Joey at his vineyard in Yadkin Valley, NC. Chilled bottles are available for purchase during your charter.
Overnight stays at the dock for up to 4 guests are available after your sailing trip. Extended day trips which include open ocean sailing in the Atlantic Ocean, or anchoring in the harbor for swimming and fun in the water. Relax after your long day on Fate and sleep on the boat instead of a hotel.
Extended longer range sailing charters past Kiawah & Seabrook islands to Bohicket Marina, or as far as Beaufort, Hilton Head, Savannah and the Bahamas are available by request and can include multiple weeks. Sailing lessons are also available including navigation and boat handling skills. Contact us with your ideas and we can make it happen.
Gift Certificates are available for any type of charter.
The Charleston harbor is fortunate to host more than 42 sailing yacht races annually and you are welcome to participate as a guest on Fate. There are typically 30 or more sailboats participating and the close quarters can be exhilarating! View the schedule and contact us early as the summer month's book up well in advance. Perfect for a family, friends or as team building for you and your business associates.
View photos of our daily Charleston harbor tours on our Facebook page updated after every charter, don't forget to click "like" on our page.
"To young men contemplating a voyage I would say go."
- Joshua Slocum - the first man to sail single-handedly around the world in 1895.