Virginia Baisden, a native of McIntosh County and U.S.C.G. licensed boat captain,
has spent much of her life exploring the salt marshes and waterways of coastal Georgia. She's been plying these waters for over fifty years and is a walking nautical chart.
Let Captain Baisden design a boat charter to fit your special interests, whether it is photography, birding, hiking, shelling, dolphin watching, botany, or that much needed trip to get away from it all.
For best results, Call Coastal Adventures to inquire about a booking date.
The phone number is (912) 230-6205 . Sometimes cell phones are spotty around here. You might also try this landline: 912-832-4962 .
A photographer′s dream location
The Altamaha River Delta is a bird watching and photographic paradise. During the spring and fall migration periods, untold numbers of songbirds rest and feed in the woodlands hugging the river before resuming their epic flights.
Animals & plants flourish on our shores and in our waters
These areas are among the most important stopover and nesting sites along the Georgia Coast. Approximately 55,000 shore and sea birds are known to congregate on the fragile Islands found here. A cornucopia of wild plants and animals live in or near this mighty River. Biologists have documented upwards of 120 uncommon plants and animals in the Altamaha River in watershed, including some endemic to the area.