In our August/September Luxury Issue, we featured a few ways to satisfy your adventurous side.
Fish in luxury off the coast of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
The waters off the coast of South Carolina provide the perfect aquatic playground for reeling in both the small and big fish. You are likely to catch trout, redfish, cobia, and tarpon, depending on the weather. The Port Royal Sound is great for spotting tiger sharks, and the surrounding waters are replete with playful dolphins.
The Gulfstream ledge is 60 miles off shore from Hilton Head, and from there on out you will find tremendous sailfish, mahi mahi, and wahoo. This sort of trip, however, is not for the faint of heart and requires a luxury vessel. The Integrity, a 38-foot Hatteras Sportfisher, is one of the most luxurious vessels in the Lowcountry.
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This heat won’t stop us from participating in these top choice events this week.
Martinis at the Mansion – Wednesday, August 20
It’s almost the third Wednesday of the month, so of course the South team will be unwinding at the Mansion on Forsyth at 5:30 on August 20 for Martinis at the Mansion. The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia will be featured at this month’s networking event and will be providing a raffle with giveaways from local businesses.
TLC August Connection Luncheon – Thursday, August 21
The TLC August Connection Luncheon will be held at the Mansion on Forsyth Park. Speakers will be Jeremy Harvey, VP of Communications, and Erica Backus, Director of Public Relations for Visit Savannah.
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This majestic, Moorish-influenced hotel was built in 1888 by Franklin W. Smith who sold it to Henry Flagler to use as a stopover for guests on their way to his playground at the Breakers in Palm Beach. An icon of America’s oldest city, St. Augustine, the hotel was restored by The Kessler Collection in 1999. Someof the 138 guestrooms have wrought iron balconies overlooking downtown and others face the exotic pool area outfitted with a Moroccan draped tent.
The lobby features glittering chandeliers, frescos, fountains, and colorful tapestries, contributing to Casa Monica’s Moorish mystique. Mark Kessler, Senior VP of Marketing for the Kessler Collection, described current new luxurious Titan branded spa, expanded Cobalt Lounge, and enlarged Grand Bohemian art gallery featuring nationally and locally recognized artists.
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