They call it the Low Country — the deeply indented shoreline along the coast of South Carolina, Georgia, and northeastern Florida. History was defined by the many rivers and waterways that cross the region; early European settlements gave rise to vibrant cities like Charleston, Savannah, and Jacksonville. In much later days, barrier islands near the mouth of these rivers evolved into stylish vacation resorts. Whether you cruise in search of food, fishing, or other outdoor fun, the region provides a fascinating insight into a part of the South that religiously clings to old ways and means.
The season runs from February though April, pauses during the (sweltering) summers, and picks up again at the end of the year with departures in November and December.