Have you discovered the natural and historic beauty of the sea islands? Have you explored Calibogue or Port Royal Sounds, or gone swimming in Mackay Creek near Pinckney Island?
Have you ever wanted to see our island home from the sea? In August of 1663, Captain William Hilton spotted the Island. It was named in his honor, with an emphasis on the headlands visible from offshore. From the water, you can imagine what Captain Hilton saw. It is no wonder this Island, the surrounding barrier islands, and the area’s waters were of such strategic importance to the earliest explorers. Enjoy the display put on by dolphins and various water birds and enjoy all the Lowcountry has to offer.
Up Coming Events
Sept 7th Sunset Shrimp trawl and dinner. This event is sold out. But stay tuned for more opportunites to come
Sept 15th General meeting and dinner. Speaker, Paul Golden of the Coast Guard Auxillary. Topic: "Ten Small Ships Saved the Country: A Routine Day for the Coast Guard
Oct. 20th General meeting and dinner, Speaker, Mike Overton of Outside Brands. Topic: Discovering the nature, history, and culture of the Low Country.
Join HHPYC Today and don’t miss out! Share this wonderful area with your boating family or friends. The unique culture of Hilton Head Island must be experienced and how better than on the water?
Are you ready to be part of the Adventure? Explore our website at HHPYC.org. All residents of HHP may
join the Club. Social memberships are available for non-boat owners. Contact Membership Officer
Malcolm Maclennan email@example.com.