Charleston Harbor Cruises: See the Seas of The Lowcountry  


SEA Charleston the right way. (See what we did there?) Puns aside, we’d like to talk with you about harbor cruises.

This is very serious stuff.

Harbor cruises allow you to enjoy spectacular views of our fair city and simultaneously enjoy the staggering beauty of the sea.

When you’re in a historic city like Charleston, it’s imperative to jump on a cruiser and gain a new perspective.

We at The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction have a few ideas on the best harbor cruises Charleston has to offer.

So whether you live here or you’re in town visiting, dive in! (We did it again. Ha!)

Charleston Harbor Cruises

Charleston Harbor Cruises has a trip for every taste. In late May and early June, Charleston Harbor Cruises offers Blues Cruises.

You guessed it—you can hit the high seas and listen to live Blues music.

Boarding starts at 6:30 p.m. and you’ll cruise around until 9:00 p.m.

It’s a great time.

Book your tickets here.

Spiritline Cruises

A family-owned company, SpiritLine Cruises has taken over 12 million passengers on over 100,000 Charleston boat tours and events.

Whether you’re looking to cruise around with friends, or you’re celebrating an event, SpiritLine Cruises has you covered.

Ideal for romantic date nights, weddings, or even friends hanging out, these cruises accommodate you.

SpiritLine also handles corporate group events, family reunions, student dinner parties, fundraisers, or simply a group who wants to hit the high seas.

Really, we don’t think you need a reason to take a cruise at all. But we’re glad SpiritLine is so accommodating.

Book your tickets here.

Adventure Harbor Tours

Private boat charters.

Sunset cocktail cruises.

Morris Island boat tours.

Private boat charters.

Yeah, those are four perfect reasons to check out Adventure Harbor Tours. Now is the perfect time to have a little seaside adventure with family and friends.

One awesome thing about Adventure Harbor Tours is that you have a choice of boats—small, medium, and large—designed to fit your group and budget.

Book your tickets here.

Sandlapper Water Tours

Sandlapper offers numerous options for your harbor cruise.

The Palmetto

This option allows you to experience Charleston harbor’s rich history and heritage while you learn about maritime history and tideland treasures.

Charleston Dinner Cruise

Frogmore Stew, an Oyster Roast, or a Lowcountry Crab Boil…ummm, yes please!

Sandlapper Tours entertains you and your guests with a unique and authentic dinner that you can only get in Charleston.

Charleston Nature Tours

Charleston Nature Tours and Charleston Historic Tours allow you and other passengers to experience Charleston, its harbor, and Lowcountry living like never before.

Book your tickets here.

2013 Breast Cancer Wellness Thrivers Cruise

The team at The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction is a huge fan of the seasonally published, Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine. In the current issue, the 2012 Thrivers Cruise is highlighted and with the Carnival Fantasy cruise ship now calling Charleston home, you bet cruising is becoming part of our culture here in the Lowcountry. Founded in 2007, the annual BCW Thrivers Cruise gathers women together to offer and foster encouragement, inspiration and fellowship.

Check out some of the fun below from the 2012 Thrivers Cruise. Click here to view the full magazine online.

Want to take part in the next Thrivers Cruise? You have two opportunities to join in on the fun in 2013!

7th Annual Thrivers Cruise

April 21-28, 2013 — “Destination – A New You” Caribbean 

Sailing out of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on the Princess Ruby™ to St Maarten, St Thomas, Princess Cays, Grand Turk

Workshops include:
•    Makeover Fashion Show
•    Breast Cancer Thriver Panel Discussions
•    Financial Empowerment after Breast Cancer
•    Beauty and Fashion on a Budget
•    The Thriving Caregiver™
•    Fun, Friends, Family, Food, Fellowship, Adventure

July 12-19, 2013 — “Exploration – Within” Alaska

Sailing from Seattle on the Celebrity Solstice to Alaska’s Inside Passage. (Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, and Victoria, British Columbia)

*For full details on the 2013 Thriver’s Cruise visit:

Cruising from Charleston: Another perk the Lowcountry has to offer.

Did you know that the Carnival Fantasy is home-based in Charleston, SC and cruises year round to the Bahamas and the eastern Caribbean? Passengers depart from the Charleston cruise terminal in the heart of downtown Charleston and  can choose from a 5-night cruise to the Bahamas or  7-day eastern Caribbean cruise. Features and amenities aboard the ship include the  Serenity adults-only retreat, resort-style pool, Waterworks aquapark, Spa Carnival, and Camp Carnival for the kids. Visit Carnival’s website today to book your next cruise and set sail from historic Charleston.

Make sure to download your very own online copy of Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine today.