As a commercial vessel, the Coast Guard is required to come aboard the Carolina Girl each year for a routine inspection.¬? They inspect everything from life jackets to pumps to engines.¬? Our crew has to attend each inspection to run through fire drills and man overboard. Yes, last week Carolina Girl was out in the Ashley River going through a practice drill throwing a lifejacket overboard.¬?
Simple decor for the Carolina Girl is recommended because you do not want to take away from the gorgeous interior the yacht already offers!¬? For Heather's rehearsal dinner, she chose bright colored linens and her mom decorated votives to place around the main dining room.
Spring is here and that means the Carolina Girl is in full swing!¬? Look for us cruising around Charleston harbor every week.¬? You can't miss everyone on the top deck dancing and enjoying the view! We recently entertained a corporate group from Wild Dunes.¬? They treated their guests to a sit down dinner and top notch bar.¬? A cordial station was stocked for after dinner. Catering provided
Captain Bob Murray can usually be found on board his boat decked out in sunglasses, a sleeveless shirt, boat shoes and jamming to 70s rock music. So there is no doubt that Captain Bob knows how to throw a party. And while he exudes a laid-back and fun-loving persona, Captain Bob also knows how to effectively conduct business, which are two traits that put Charleston?Äôs
This January the Carolina Girl traveled down the Intracoastal Waterway to Savannah, Georgia where it made its home for 2 ¬? weeks. Every two years the Coast Guard requires any passenger-carrying vessels be hauled out of the water for inspection. Along with the inspection, the hull of the boat must be painted with anti-fouling paint to stop marine life growth, such as barnacles, and to