ResortQuest Offers Discounted Prices On Vacation Rentals During Charleston (SC) Maritime Festival

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Discounted lodging at the beach & historic tours offered by ResortQuest.

Isle of Palms, SC, June 6, 2006. The annual Maritime Festival will be at the Charleston Maritime Center from June 9-11. The event is free, encouraging boating fans of all ages to experience an historic, working, waterfront. Featured are classic wooden boat displays, sailing, rowing with the Mosquito Fleet, art, a children’s area, live music, a Sea Shanty Workshop, a Coast Guard rescue exercise, and the USS Austin, built to transport Marines and their equipment by helicopter or surface amphibious landing craft. Check on the progress of the tall ship, The Spirit of South Carolina pilot schooner, being built as a living legacy of the city’s maritime past. Fri.12-5pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun.11am-3pm.

Combine a stay at the beach with this exciting event by staying in a Resort Quest deluxe villa at a discounted rate. Their Historical Charleston Package includes 10% off deluxe villa accommodations for 5 days and 4 nights, tickets for a Charleston Harbor Cruise, a carriage tour, a tour of Nathaniel Russell House in historic Charleston, a self-guided tour of Middleton Plantation and Gardens, plus a special memento to take home.

Enjoy 4 miles of beach, championship golf, tennis, biking, nature tours, shopping and dining; all just a short drive from downtown Charleston. For more information on visiting Charleston’s Islands, visit http://www.theEastIslands.com or http://www.resortquest.com, or call 1-800-344-5105.

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ResortQuest, the nation’s leading vacation property management company, provides a one-stop resource for North America’s premier resort destinations. ResortQuest is the largest rental company in the continental U.S., Hawaii and Canada, with a portfolio of nearly 17,000 properties.

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