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Charleston Area Lake Sailing

I just moved my boat from Chesapeake Bay down to St George, SC. I am wondering if anyone has any information about sailing on lake Moultrie/Marion and about marina''s there that i could keep my boat at. I have a 24'' Columbia Challenger and she drafts 3''4" I would keep her in charleston but slip fees are outrageous compared to the 75 a month i used to pay in VA
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Charleston Area Lake Sailing

I live in the area but unfortunately don''t know about sailing oportunities in the lakes. When I moved here from Wyoming I went looking for a place to learn how to sail and the only place I could find was Charleston Harbor. I do have a large fishing map that shows depths and would have to suggest Waddey''s Low Country Marina (don''t have the number)right outside of Bonneau (just north of Monck''s Corner) for Lake Moultrie and for Lake Marion it looks like Jack''s Creek Marina 478-2793(southwest of Summerton) and Lake Marion Resort and Marina 854-2136(east of Santee). Towards the south-eastern side of the lake you can find Rock''s Pond Campground and Marina 492-7711 (4 miles east of Eutawville) and Bell''s Marina Sales and Service Restaurant 492-7924 (about a mile east of Eutawville). On the north-eastern side you might try J&J Lakeside Marina 478-2490 (about 5 miles east of Summerton). These look like they may be adquate for depth but this is just a fishing map so it might be best to ask someone at the marinas listed. Oh, here''s another one that might be good, Scarbough Marina 478-2184 (on the same inlet as J&J)

Hope this helps!
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