Offshore Fishing Charters

Offshore fishing charters can easily produce the fishing experience of a lifetime. It takes some time to get out to the fishing grounds but once we’re there anglers can look for larger game fish including marlin, sailfish, dolphin and more. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first-time fisherman, we have the boat and experienced crew to make your trip unforgettable.

The Catch

  • Marlin
  • Sailfish
  • Tuna
  • Dolphin
  • Wahoo
  • Grouper
  • Snapper
  • Cobia

The Boat

Offshore trips are available aboard Full Circle – a 34-foot Custom Carolina Fisharound.

Things to Know

  • Offshore trips are 12 hours.
  • Children are welcome however older children (10 years and older) tend to do better on longer trips.
  • Tipping is customary and greatly appreciated.
  • Charter price includes bait, fish cleaning and fishing licenses.
  • Bottled water is available.
  • Guests are welcome to bring food and beverage of choice (not provided on the charter).
  • No glass containers on the boat. Please bring aluminum or plastic containers.
  • Toler’s Cove Marina has a small marina where charters can purchase trip supplies.
  • Be sure to wear boat friendly shoes (shoes without black soles).
  • The boat has a small bathroom.
  • The boat is equipped with Coast Guard regulated safety equipment and a fully stocked medical kit.
  • Parking is available at Toler’s Cove Marina.
  • Full Circle merchandise such as koozies, T-shirts and stickers are available for purchase.
Full Circle Fishing Charters is based out of Toler’s Cove Marina near Sullivan’s Island – a short drive from Charleston, South Carolina. Clients will board the boat from the marina. Special requests for pick-up and drop-off can be made in advance.

Tips to Ensure an Enjoyable Trip

  • Bring sunscreen. However, if you forget your sunscreen, we have a variety available onboard.
  • Get a good night’s sleep before your charter.
  • Bring polarized sunglasses.
  • Consider bringing a change of clothes.
  • Leave your bananas at home. In case you didn’t know, bananas are considered bad luck on a boat.

Rates & Payment Options

  • Offshore trips are considered full-day trips and cost $1,700.