Hilton Head Island Water Sports
Fishing, Kayaking, Jet Skiing, – if it can be done on the water, it can be done on Hilton Head Island. We like to say we are the gem of the southeastern coast, and that sparkle comes from the sun showering its glorious rays on the magnificent Atlantic Ocean. Our white sand beaches beckon you to find a nice umbrella and sit a while, but with so much to do, that sand castle will have to wait.
You can’t leave without trying your hand at a little deep sea fishing - or maybe a little surfing action suits you. And if the Atlantic Ocean isn’t enough, we have pristine salt marshes, gorgeous sounds and gentle creeks on which to play. Visitors to the island can cast a line, hop on a knee board, or take a sailing excursion when the island breeze is just right. There is just no end to the activities you can do on the water while visiting Hilton Head Island. You might want to bring a couple of extra swim suits.
There are no adequate words to tell you everything about the thrills you'll experience on the waters in and around Sea Pines Resort! This island paradise offers plenty of adrenaline-fuelled activities to keep you busy.
Charter excursions to the Gulfstream take you way offshore for exciting fishing, but inshore angling is great fun too. Even the resort's many lagoons are stocked with fish and crabs. Experienced guides show you exactly where to drop your hook and how to play the line to catch a prize specimen.
See the water from a gull's-eye perspective! Try para-sailing over Calibogue Sound, riding a colorful ¡®chute behind a powerful tour boat.
You'll see for miles across the water in every direction. If (like me) you're too cowardly for that kind of heights, rent a small boat or a jet ski for a couple of hours of fun on the surface waves. Splash and get as wet as you want, or ride high and dry as you navigate creeks and waterways.
Sail awhile on one of the lovely boats waiting at the resort's docks. Whether you're an experienced sailor or you'd prefer to cruise with a crew, you can expect a great time on the water. Though infamous pirates and blockade runners once plied these waters, we assure you it's safe now, but you can pretend you're a swashbuckler if you want to!