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Capt. Charlie’s Adventures

Reservations 910-262-3474

Maximum 6 Passenger’s, Call For a Second Boat for Additional Passengers.

Wilmington NC & Carolina Beach Family Boating Adventures

Captain Charlie’s Adventure Trip’s

Children’s Carolina Beach Trips

Lets visit Shark’s Tooth Island, find and collect prehistoric sharks teeth and fossils. At Sand Dollar Flats we’ll search for Sand Dollars and we may even see a few Dolphin along the way. We can cruise to many historical and interesting places.

Carolina Beach Family Outings

Sunset Cruises, Nature Trips, and Bird Watching are great family trips. We can visit Masonboro Island for shelling and swimming. At Carolina Beach NC, Island Hopping and Sightseeing Trips make great family adventures.

Adult Activities Carolina Beach

We can visit various beaches, take in some great scenic views, disembark for a cocktail or two, while we enjoy some of the waterfront restaurants and bars. Wine Cruises, Ladies or Couples Day Out…. “What happens on the boat – stays on the boat”.

What To Bring

Bring adequate beverages; water, Gatorade, and snacks for the kids and yourself while we are cruising. Remember sunscreen, sunglasses, hats and appropriate footwear or water shoes for your activities. Remember your towels, bathing suits and covers for your trip.

Our 2021 Adventure Rates (for up to six passengers)

First hour $150 

Each additional hour $125

We can also design a custom trip to fit your Specific needs…just call for details! Business meetings, island excursions, Weddings, group activities, unique situations and getaways.

Reservations are required, so please call. Cash, MC, Visa accepted.

Call (910) 262-3474 For More Info!

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Mother Nature works wonders!On this day in 1761 a hurricane of great intensity hit North Carolina. The storm cut a new inlet on the coast at a place called the haul-over, between Cedar House and Bald Head Island. The new inlet was about a half mile wide and nearly 18 ft. deep at high water.
This portion of a map by John Collet from 1770 shows the inlet marked as ' New Inl. '. It has since filled in with sand and no longer connects the ocean to the Cape Fear River.
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Mother Nature works wonders!

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