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April 23, 2012

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Charleston real estate

Wow! Those photographs are amazing! They tell an amazing story. I love the maritime lifestyle, which is why I started looking to move down to Charleston. I have made it a point to get two tasks done today. One: Find my friend that sails and ask him to teach me the ropes. Two: Look into the Charleston real estate market for homes near the water. I can't wait to find my Charleston home and start sailing!

Mike Cornelia

These pictures are incredible. Is this an annual event? My family and I just moved into some prime Charleston SC real estate and are still learning about the new attractions around town. This is something we will definitely have to check out next year.

Maria Hall

Plenty of wind in Charleston. Tight race for all. How do they keep the sails from tipping?

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