Catch a Fish

Most of the lagoons on Hilton Head are brackish, meaning they are both fresh and salt water. Don’t let the calm waters fool you; fish can grow to enormous sizes (red drum can weigh more than 50 pounds). Or if you are looking to catch some tarpon, striped bass, black drum and the occasional blue fish head inshore or offshore on one of the area’s many fishing charters.

Catch a Wave

While the waves around Hilton Head Island aren’t known for their size, they are often perfect for boogie and skim boarding or to learn to surf.

Catch a Ride

There are many ways to get out on the water and a renting a boat is one of the best. No matter your group size or need for speed, there is an option for you. Waverunners and skiff rentals will satisfy any need for adventure, while power and pontoon boats are available for larger groups.

Catch some Zen

For those looking to combine exercise with a more leisurly pace on the water, stand up paddleboarding or kayaking may be just what you are looking for. Enjoy the Lowcountry’s scenery and wildlife while you navigate the area’s waterways.

Catch a Glimpse

If you are looking to get out on the water and see some wildlife, a photo safari is for you. Explore the intracoastal waterways and view a variety birds, alligators and other wildlife.

Catch a Tour

Hop aboard a tour boat and go fishing or crabbing or go out and see the dolphins. Take the ferry over to Daufuskie Island and spend the day exploring. Dinner and sunset tours are a great way to spend the evening.