Rodger Giles of Augusta, Ga., looks down at the water from the deck of his 58-foot Hatteras "Corporate Office" Tuesday afternoon during low tide at the Harbour Town Yacht Basin in Sea Pines. "We can't turn on the air conditioning during low tide, it sucks up the mud," Giles said.
Rodger Giles of Augusta, Ga., looks down at the water from the deck of his 58-foot Hatteras "Corporate Office" Tuesday afternoon during low tide at the Harbour Town Yacht Basin in Sea Pines. "We can't turn on the air conditioning during low tide, it sucks up the mud," Giles said. Sarah Welliver, The Island Packet
Rodger Giles of Augusta, Ga., looks down at the water from the deck of his 58-foot Hatteras "Corporate Office" Tuesday afternoon during low tide at the Harbour Town Yacht Basin in Sea Pines. "We can't turn on the air conditioning during low tide, it sucks up the mud," Giles said. Sarah Welliver, The Island Packet

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