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The Jolly Rover Tall Ship and Carolina Rover


category : Other Attractions
Join the crew of the Jolly Rover for a two-hour sailing adventure along the marshlands and estuaries of the Intracoastal Waterway, Winyah Bay and Goat Island. Capt. and crew in period dress delight guests with pirate tales. The Carolina Rover takes guests on a three-hour environmental eco-tour to North Island at the mouth of Winyah Bay for shelling, sightseeing and the North Island lighthouse (c. 1809).


Admission:

  • Fee: Adults $22-28; children age 11 and younger $12-18, based on tour taken

  • Hours:
    • Days and Holidays Closed: Su

    Address: 735 Front ST
    Georgetown,SC 29440

    Phone: (843) 546-8822
    Our Website:www.rovertours.com

    Come visit us in Georgetown, South Carolina

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