David Harter, a member of the board with the Port Royal Sound Foundation, describes the size of the red drum and black drum fish that will be the first to live in the aquarium, shown behind him, after he renovations for the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center are completed on Friday afternoon on Lemon Island.
David Harter, a member of the board with the Port Royal Sound Foundation, describes the size of the red drum and black drum fish that will be the first to live in the aquarium, shown behind him, after he renovations for the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center are completed on Friday afternoon on Lemon Island. Delayna Earley
David Harter, a member of the board with the Port Royal Sound Foundation, describes the size of the red drum and black drum fish that will be the first to live in the aquarium, shown behind him, after he renovations for the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center are completed on Friday afternoon on Lemon Island. Delayna Earley

Port Royal Sound Maritime Center plans to open by end of August

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