SpiritLine Cruises recently announced that it plans to upgrade various parts of its service to better meet the demands of the growing tourism industry based in Charleston, South Carolina.
SpiritLine plans to upgrade its audio and visual equipment on the tour boats, add new tour buses, and has hired a new executive chef to improve the fine dining experience.
The line’s Spirit of the Lowcountry and Spirit of Carolina tour boats have already received upgrades with a new state-of-the-art audio/visual system. These uprades have better speakers and amplifiers for sharing information.
“Charleston continues to receive accolades and recognition as a world-class destination for individual tourists as well as weddings, special events and corporate conferences and retreats,” Ian Harris, director of sales and marketing, said. “We are continually making improvements, upgrading equipment and bringing on the best staff members to help us fulfill our mission of giving each of our guests a first-class experience.”
The Spirit of the Lowcountry now also has two Planar Media Players to offer high-resolution content for television.
Guests now can book wedding receptions, dinner cruises, or business functions with SpiritLine’s new Executive Chef, Shawn Eustace. He is a local from Charleston and learned culinary arts at Trident Technical College.
“I believe in staying true to your roots, while applying different approaches from different styles, and that is what I want to continue,” Eustace said. “Incorporating every aspect of gained knowledge while keeping true to my base and home-style cooking is what makes my job enjoyable.”
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