The gathering on a dock in Skull Creek Saturday  was called a celebration of life for a fourth-generation Hilton Head  Island waterman. But it was really a celebration of a way of life that  is vanishing from the Lowcountry.
The gathering on a dock in Skull Creek Saturday was called a celebration of life for a fourth-generation Hilton Head Island waterman. But it was really a celebration of a way of life that is vanishing from the Lowcountry. Staff photo
The gathering on a dock in Skull Creek Saturday was called a celebration of life for a fourth-generation Hilton Head Island waterman. But it was really a celebration of a way of life that is vanishing from the Lowcountry. Staff photo

Old island family loses another captain, celebrates life on the water

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