Tuesday, August 7, 2012

August 7 is National Lighthouse Day!

“It was on this day in 1789, that Congress approved an Act for the establishment and support of lighthouse, beacons, buoys and public piers. In Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the signing of the Act and the commissioning of the first Federal lighthouse, Congress passed a resolution which designated August 7, 1989 as National Lighthouse Day.”

Among the many area attractions for DeBordieu owners and their guests is a boat trip to the Georgetown Lighthouse. Whether you launch your boat from the DeBordieu Community Boat Landing, or choose to take a ride on the Carolina Rover, it’s a memorable trip that I highly recommend.
To read more about the Georgetown Lighthouse, CLICK HERE.
To read more about National Lighthouse Day, CLICK HERE.
To make a reservation aboard the Carolina Rover, CLICK HERE.
And for information about how you can become a DeBordieu Owner, email me at TroiKaz@DeBordieu.com.or cal 843-455-4523.

DeBordieu Colony is a very private community on the coast of South Carolina, between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, just south of Pawleys Island. In addition to miles of secluded beach, boat landing access to North Inlet, and a 24-hour manned security gate, the private, equity DeBordieu Club offers Pete Dye golf, a tennis center and an ocean front Beach Club with fine dining, a tiki hut bar, two pools, and a playground. There is truly no place like DeBordieu. Come see for yourself.

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