Boats are shown here moored to the Beaufort Downtown Marina Friday afternoon near The Charlestonian, second from right, a 93-foot yacht the owner seeks to turn into a boat hotel. After Beaufort City Council turned down the plan, the owner says he's hoping to locate the hotel in Port Royal.
Boats are shown here moored to the Beaufort Downtown Marina Friday afternoon near The Charlestonian, second from right, a 93-foot yacht the owner seeks to turn into a boat hotel. After Beaufort City Council turned down the plan, the owner says he's hoping to locate the hotel in Port Royal. Sarah Welliver
Boats are shown here moored to the Beaufort Downtown Marina Friday afternoon near The Charlestonian, second from right, a 93-foot yacht the owner seeks to turn into a boat hotel. After Beaufort City Council turned down the plan, the owner says he's hoping to locate the hotel in Port Royal. Sarah Welliver

Owners of floating hotel look to Port Royal after getting thumbs down in Beaufort

March 21, 2013 11:07 AM

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