Due to Covid we are limiting Sweet Tea Capacity to 15 passengers.

Go Boating With Us in Charleston This Summer!

Summer represents an excellent time to go outside and have fun. Overall, it’s an excellent time of year to take time to relax and reconnect with nature, enjoying the little things with the people you love. What better way to do this than relaxing on a boat? We offer boat tours in Charleston on beautiful […]

Get Back To Enjoying Summer Fun With A Harbor Tour

It’s been a tough year for everyone and summer last year was no exception. People are tired of being stuck in their house. However, this year things are starting to look a little brighter, a little warmer, and a lot more fun. Many people are looking forward to future summer events aboard a harbor tour […]

Reasons Not to Miss Out on a Sunset Charleston Yacht Tour

If you have never been on a sunset cruise in the Charleston Harbor, you have missed out! There is nothing more beautiful, or more relaxing than a Charleston Boat Tour, so we know how important it is that you have the perfect first experience. There are not many places on earth that are more beautiful […]

Harbor Tours Are the Perfect Way to Have Fun in the Water This Summer

There is something special about enjoying some fun in the sun on a comfortable yacht with your friends and family. Sunset cruises and booze cruises are more popular than ever these days, and bachelorette parties aboard a party yacht are becoming more common as well. For some, boating is a family tradition, and for others, […]

The weather is cool but Charleston Yacht Tours are heating up!

We have our full enclosure up on Sweet Tea and our other vessels. This lets the sun warm everyone up while still enjoying the outdoors on a beautiful Charleston Harbor Boat Tour or Sunset Tour. The great thing about this time of year is that there are a lot less boats on the water and […]

Captains Bio

Co-Owner and Captain Tom Yenkner, has been boating all his life. He developed his love for the water, young, on the waters of Long Island Sound. He knew that the sea would be his career path. Graduating from Maine Maritime Academy in 2005 with a degree in Small Vessel Operations, and a 500 ton mates […]