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$24,000,000  •  3,486 acres
Annandale is a 3,486± acre historic rice plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina’s Santee Delta. With frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway, Minim Creek, Duck Creek, and North Santee Bay, the water resources create a tremendous ecological playground. In just the immediate area, the federal, state, and protected private lands make up over a half-million acres, creating the longest undeveloped stretch of coastline on the Atlantic. Annandale is one of South Carolina’s most coveted waterfowl properties, with annual harvests consistently providing 5+ ducks per hunter per outing. For passionate waterfowlers, the drive comes from the inexplicable thrill of a decoying duck, and at Annandale, it’s these types of species that make up most of the bag – gadwalls, widgeon, pintails, teal, and mottled ducks. The sporting life is multi-seasonal here with a location that’s a launching point to endless river, bay, and ocean adventures. Annandale is set up well for comfortable gatherings and entertaining family and friends. The historic Millbrook House, in a quintessentially southern setting surrounded by gorgeous live oaks, is the property’s restored 1833 Greek Revival home. The main house at Annandale was built in the 1970s and is 4,230± square feet. Offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment and an excellent management team in place, the transition for a new owner will be easy and ready for use on day one. It is simply an understatement to say this is a rare opportunity to own a historic and unique part of the Lowcountry. The Facts: ~ 3,486± acre historic rice plantation located twelve miles south of Georgetown, South Carolina, between Winyah Bay and the Santee River Delta, the largest river delta on the Eastern Seaboard and part of a nearly half-million-acre cluster of public and private protected lands ~ Between the 24,000-acre Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center and the 24,000-acre Santee Coastal Reserve Wildlife Management Area, both significant refuges for wintering waterfowl and migrating birds, and in one of the longest stretches of undeveloped coastline on the Atlantic ~ Impressive average of 5+ ducks per hunter per hunt year-in-and-year-out ~ Other exceptional and historic plantations in the neighborhood include Kinloch, Rochelle, Estherville, Rice Hope, Springsteen, Moreland, and Cane Island ~ 2.5± miles of frontage on Minim Creek and 3.5± miles on the Intracoastal Waterway ~ Site of the first tide-operated rice mill in SC ~ From the driveway, you’re only twenty to forty minutes from the thriving communities of Georgetown, Litchfield, and Mt. Pleasant; and barely an hour from the restaurants of downtown Charleston ~ Georgetown County Airport (GGE) is 11 miles from Annandale with a 6,005-foot runway, full-service FBO with jet fuel, mechanics, and storage options ~ Well-documented ownership history traces portions of the property back to a land grant in 1732 ~ Annandale is protected by a conservation easement held by Wetlands America Trust, Inc. that allows two subdivisions and up to five additional single-family residences, plus other building rights ~ Easy transition for a new owner and ready to use on day one with excellent management team in place and offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment
$3,900,000  •  1,772.2 acres
Under Contract
Moselle Farm is located in NW Colleton County and eastern Hampton County, bordering along the banks of the Salkehatchie River. This tract is comprised of approx. 1772 +/- acres of an unusually diverse habitat with varying forest types and age class distribution. The landscape includes productive pine plantations, open fallow fields, and mature stands of mixed pine/hardwood, those upland regions give way to the flat bottomland of the Salkehatchie River Basin. The property boasts over 2.5 miles of river frontage, offering freshwater fishing, kayaking, and abundant deer, turkey, and waterfowl populations. The river has vehicular accessibility for launching at several locations throughout the property and with 3 miles of improved roads; these areas are accessible 365 days of the year. To complement the natural amenities there are two man-made waterfowl impoundments capable of being planted with corn and flooded to attract wintering waterfowl. In addition, there is a 20-acre dove field complete with a dead wire and parameter fencing to minimize crop damage. Improvements include a well-appointed 5,275 sq. ft. custom-built home constructed in 2011; recent upgrades include a new metal roof, hardieplank siding, and refinished heart pine flooring throughout. Originally built as a permanent residence with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, this spacious floor plan could easily be converted into a weekend hunting lodge with the capability to sleep up to 15 people. Complete with commercial-grade appliances and a large game room, it is perfectly suited for entertaining large groups. In addition, there is a 1,140 sq. ft. guest cottage or caretaker's house for additional accommodations. Supportive Auxillary Buildings: 100x32 equipment shed with 3 open bays and 1 enclosed on concrete slab floor 42x42 enclosed shop with concrete slab floor, two 40x42 ft. lean-to open bays attached Equipment wash down station Enclosed cleaning station equipped with 2 walk-in coolers 12 run dog kennels Other Noteworthy Features: Underground electrical service to the main house Eight-inch well and pump for flooding impoundments Fully stocked fishpond Improved road system Irrigation Merchantable timber Rifle shooting range The location, ecosystem, and water features make this an ideal candidate for a conservation easement. The next owner may be the beneficiary of considerable tax advantages that may be available through the donation of an easement. This is truly a top-tier property, complete with all the improvements and amenities one would expect from a high-end sporting property with little or no deferred maintenance cost. *Shown by appointment only*
$15,300,000  •  1,283 acres
Under Contract
Currently, Ticton Hall offers six well-established quail courses covering 800+/- acres of ideal habitat. The courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm-season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat. In addition to the excellent quail hunting, there are multiple dove fields and 31 +/- acres of waterfowl impoundments. These impoundments can be planted and flooded annually - they have consistently held ample numbers of wintering waterfowl and add to the diversity of sporting adventures for wing shooters. The location of Ticton Hall is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private, and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill. Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall and offers 9000+/- feet of river frontage, of which 2500+/- feet are considered high, non-marsh frontage. Much of this frontage consists of a bluff overlooking the river or marsh, some of which offer westerly views. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water adds a beautiful, rare, and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for the enjoyment of Ticton Hall. In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation. In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide the potential for current and future revenue streams. Seller may consider dividing this offering by using Ticton Hall Road as the division line. "Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer."- Todd Crosby, ALC
$400,800  •  334 acres
The Pee Dee River Bottoms tract is located in Florence, SC along the banks of the Great Pee Dee River. The property is easily accessible via Highway 301. The property is vast and wild offering pursuit of deer, turkey, and abundant waterfowl in the river bottoms and nearby ox-bow lake. The diversity here is unmatched by similar properties in the area, located in a rural agriculture setting. The location setting also provides additional food sources for wildlife. The Coastal Plain river offers diverse scenery along winding creeks lined by swamps, forestland, wetlands, and open water that provide excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife species including; deer, turkey, and waterfowl. This property offering consists of bottomland hardwood including several difference types of species of oaks providing an excelling food source for wildlife. This is an ideal recreational property for the avid outdoor enthusiast looking to harvest a bottomland buck or shoot a few limits of ducks in the historic river bottoms.
$1,399,743  •  322 acres
The GWC-208 property offering is located in Laurens County between Greenville and Columbia, SC. The property is conveniently located only 4 miles from I-26 at exit 60, which allows for convenient accessibility. The property boasts a rolling topography that is comprised of 79% merchantable pine plantation, which has been thinned one time. The remaining acreage consists of mature pine and hardwood drains that contain a seasonal creek that provides ample travel corridors, roosting habitat, water source, and mast-producing trees that add habitat diversity to help sustain the deer and turkey populations. In addition, there are several established food plot locations that will provide supplemental feeding areas for wild game and serve as excellent stand locations for the new owner to maximize their outdoor recreational pursuits. The extensive internal road system allows access to all portions of the property, which will help maximize the use of the entire property. This offering is well suited for a timber investment with the possibility of immediate revenue streams with the continuation of good forestry management, an excellent recreational tract for outdoor pursuits, and is even well suited for a permanent residential site in close proximity to Clinton. Property Features: Internal Road System Established Food Plots Paved Road Frontage
$912,891  •  315 acres
The Rocky Creek property offering is located in Lancaster County with direct access to William Martin Road and Hwy 901. The property is conveniently located 20 miles from Rock Hills, SC. Due to the property only being 9 miles from exit 55 on I-77, it is also easily accessible from Charlotte, NC, which is 38 miles north, and Columbia, SC which is 40 miles south. Lying 5 miles to the southeast of the property is Great Falls, SC which is located along the Catawba River where there are multiple public boat ramps and access to state parks and waterways located within close proximity of the property. The landscape of the property consists of a gentle rolling topography that contains 82% newly planted pine plantation, while the remaining acreage consists of natural hardwood drains and a power line ROW. Rocky Branch runs along the southwestern boundary creating a bold water feature that would make the perfect backdrop for a permanent residential site. The property is surrounded by large private adjoining landowners, one of which is Oak Grove Plantation. The property is well suited for multiple applications such as outdoor recreational activities, long-term timber investment, potential home site, or even a family compound in a quiet, rural setting. Property Features: Established Food Plots Creek Internal Road System Road Frontage
$613,000  •  290.1 acres
The Bear Creek Farm is located just 8 miles east of I-95, 35 miles north of Florence, SC and only 60 miles from North Myrtle Beach, SC. Offering a diverse landscape, this property is suitable for multiple applications, including permanent residence, hunting adventures, cattle farm, or equestrian. The acreage breakdown is as follows; 44.7+/- acres of planted pine, 75.9+/- acres of open ag fields and pastureland, 71.1+/- acres of naturally regenerated forest, and 96+/- acres of hardwood bottomland. The recreational possibilities are endless! The open ag fields are ideal for a sizeable dove field, and the flooded cypress bottoms along the 7,000 feet of Bear Creek frontage will surely supply ample wood ducks during the winter months. Additionally, exceptional freshwater fishing during the spring and summer months. To complement everything this exceptional property offers, there is an old farmstead site with electrical service and operational deep water well. This is a rare opportunity to own a manageable-sized property that offers so many possibilities. Property Features: Well Fenced & Gated Pastureland 3 Phase Power
$917,045  •  248 acres
The Burch property offering is located in a quiet and rural community about 15 miles SE of Bamberg, SC. The frontage off Hwy 301 provides adequate access and an interior road system that traverses most of the property. The area that surrounds this property is comprised of large private landowners, most of whom practice quality management for deer and turkey in an area known for good genetics making this property ideal for any hunting pursuits. The property consists of 237+/- acres of planted loblolly with varying age classes providing annual revenue streams for years to come with a series of wet-weather hardwood ponds that provide necessary habitat diversification. The property is a blank canvas staged for the next owner with endless possibilities. Property Features: Established Food Plots 2,677+/- Feet of Road Frontage
$709,427  •  244 acres
Annand & Crawford is located 47 miles west of Summerville, SC and only 10 miles NW of 1-95. Nestled in a quiet community, the landscape of the property consists of 197 +/- acres of pre-merchantable pine plantation while the remaining acreage is comprised of natural hardwood drains. This tract consists of mostly upland soils that are suitable for a variety of different usages including timber management, agriculture, and many other recreational activities. The property contains an excellent interior road system that provides access to all portions of the property. This offering has been managed for maximum timber production and the pre-merchantable pine will provide future revenue streams with the continuance of a sound forestry management plan. In addition to being an excellent timber investment, the property is located in a game rich area and could provide the privacy and seclusion needed for a potential homesite or family compound. Property Features: Ditches Planted Pine Internal Road System Paved Road Frontage Established Food Plots
$3,500,000  •  231.82 acres
DeVeaux Hill is located in the heart of the Lowcountry in Sheldon, South Carolina, nearly halfway between Charleston and Bluffton, with easy access just off HWY 17 and I-95 at Exit 33. Named after the historical family plot that can be found on the property, this offering is truly a rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional property that offers extraordinary natural features and character in a region where properties are seldom available. Historically, this property was part of the Tomotley Barony which was a land grant given by the King of England and, more recently, part of what is known today as Cotton Hall Plantation. This is a historical legacy property located in a region rich with history dating back to the War of Independence. Other notable properties in the area include Tomotley, Bindon, Jericho , Brewton and the nearby Brays Island. The landscape is diverse and comprises coastal uplands with mature hardwoods, open Ag fields, a brackish tidal pond and controlled inland rice fields. Currently, there are no structural improvements on DeVeaux Hill but there are multiple potential home sites with picturesque settings amongst 100+ year-old live oaks. This is a well-appointed blank canvas that has been naturally staged for the next owner to imagine their own improvements, which will complement this exclusive property's natural setting. The acreage breakdown consists of 68 acres of open land that is compartmentalized by 6 different fields, divided by natural wooded corridors. The fields can provide ample wing shooting for both dove or quail with the implementation of proper management. The hedgerows dividing the fields provide good cover and a natural edge effect for quail habitat. In addition to the upland hunting opportunities DeVeaux Hill has to offer, there are 20 acres of inland rice fields capable of being planted and flooded annually to attract wintering waterfowl. Wildlife populations in this area are abundant, with most local landowners practicing quality management resulting in robust numbers of both turkey and deer. The 22 acres of tidal pond supports a very diverse and rich ecological system for a variety of coastal birds and other wildlife. Common visitors include storks, herons, egrets and wading birds of all varieties. Redfish or spot tail bass, as the locals refer to them, can be found here seasonally depending on the salinity and food sources available; this natural estuary is a treasure trove for attracting wildlife year round. The value of this property is unmeasurable when you consider the natural features, history and location. You can indulge yourself in every outdoor recreational pursuit the Low Country has to offer. It is rare that a property of this manageable size can offer you duck hunting, dove, quail, deer, turkey and as a bonus you can catch spot tail bass . Currently, DeVeaux Hill has no conservation easements in place. The natural attributes, frontage along major corridors and its proximity to growth all support this property being an excellent candidate. Should the next owner be interested in learning more about conservation and how they could benefit from a donated easement, please contact Crosby Land Company, Inc as we are affiliated with multiple local and national land trust organizations. Property Features: Picturesque Home sites Historical property region 100 + year old Live Oaks Brackish tidal pond Controlled waterfowl impoundment Ideal location between Bluffton and Charleston Open Ag land suitable for multiple applications **SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**
$466,000  •  203 acres
Under Contract
The Guess Farm is located roughly 52 miles south of Columbia, SC and 49 miles southeast of Augusta in a quiet and rural community just outside of Denmark, SC. Due to the current management style, it is apparent after entering the gate that the property is immensely game rich. Guess Farm has a well-appointed internal road system providing access to several established food plots that are planted annually, along with a 15 +/- acre ag field that holds potential to be a very nice dove field. The property is mostly comprised of pine and hardwoods providing a robust bedding and browse for deer and turkey populations. Property Features: Internal Road System 15 +/- Acre Ag Field
$858,141  •  199.8 acres
The Williams Road tract is located approximately 2 miles north of Sycamore, SC, in Allendale County. The property boasts over 3,000 feet of paved road frontage with multiple points of access on Hwy 321, Long Pond Road, and Williams Road. The property offers a gentle rolling topography with upland pine plantations giving way to a mature hardwood creek bottom. The managed forest is in excellent growing condition and has the potential for a sustainable revenue stream with the implementation of a good forestry management plan. The diverse landscape of this property provides ideal habitat for wild game, there abundant populations of both deer and turkey in this rural farming community. There are several established food plots already on site, the new owners can immediately utilize these with spring and fall plantings. The privacy this property offers in conjunction with the picturesque settings along the creek bottom offer several potential home sites for multiple permanent residences or a weekend hunting lodge. Three Phase Electrical power service on property Steel shed located on a 6-inch concrete pad Well casing for 10 inch well Excellent interior road system Merchantable timber ready for thinning Mature Creek bottom providing a water source ="box-sizing:>
$662,987  •  192 acres
The Breland Tract is located only 10 miles SW of Walterboro. The property boasts nearly 6,700 +/- feet of paved road frontage allowing for ease of access at multiple locations along Cavanaugh Road and Black Creek Road. One of the key features of this property is its' unusual site quality with soil types that are conducive for multiple applications including coastal Bermuda, pasture land, and any kind of upland game pursuits. The internal road system is in excellent condition allowing the new owners access throughout the entire property. The landscape is comprised of 93% pre-merchantable pine plantation in excellent growing condition, while the remaining acreage consists of natural hardwood and a power line row that is currently being utilized for food plots. This property offering is well suited for a long-term timber investment, or any outdoor recreational pursuits with great potential for a homesite or family compound. Property Features: - Good internal roads - Two points of access
$2,990,000  •  166 acres
Together: Hunting Lodge on 166± Acres on top of Clarks Mountain on Landrum, and a Boathouse in Lake Lanier
$719,022  •  163.6 acres
The Belger Road tract is located in a private rural setting between Appleton and the town of Allendale, SC. The landscape is diverse and consists of 146.2 +/- acres of 15-year-old merchantable pine plantation and 16.3 acres of mature hardwood bordering a small creek. The merchantable pine plantation, which is soon ready for the first thinning, warrants this tract to be an excellent long-term timberland investment with potential for immediate cash flow. Recreational possibilities are endless on this tract, located in an area known for quality deer management and an abundant population of turkeys, this is an ideal weekend retreat for all hunter types. The hardwood drains and creek bottom provide a diverse habitat, including travel corridors, a sustainable water source, and mast-producing oak trees for deer and wild turkeys. The high loamy soil types, ease of access from the county road, and serene private setting would lend this property to serving well as a permanent residential site or multiple family compounds. Seller will consider dividing the parcel, using Belger Road as the natural division line.
$583,040  •  145.76 acres
The Ritter Salk Tract is located in Colleton County near the famed Salkehatchie River, which is known for abundant turkey populations and trophy whitetail deer. The property is surrounded by private landowners practicing quality deer management and this property is sure to reap the benefits.
$332,500  •  133 acres
The Clio Farm is located off Otitis Parrish Road, only 1 mile from Clio and only 10 miles from Bennettsville. This offering is comprised of a diverse landscape consisting of 45.07 acres of agriculture fields that are currently being utilized in an agricultural operation. 23 acres of well stocked merchantable pine plantation, and 64.93 acres of natural hardwood timberland. The property is well suited for multiple applications such as row crop farming, and hunting pursuits. The open agricultural fields are excellent opportunities for deer and dove hunting. This is an excellent opportunity to own your own private farm with many possibilities and proximity to town. Property Features: Merchantable Hardwood Timber Multiple Points of Access Paved Road Frontage
$447,189  •  129.62 acres
The Washie Pelham tract is located in northwestern Colleton County only 1 hour from Beaufort, SC and 1.5 hours from Charleston, SC. The property is the ideal size acreage for easy management yet its shape allows it to hunt much larger than it actually is. This area of Colleton County is known for producing quality deer and abundant turkey populations, located in close proximity to the famed Salkehatchie River. This is a must see tract of land for any avid hunters.
$459,426  •  126 acres
The Willingham property offering is located in McCormick County, SC only 15 miles from North Augusta, SC, and 19 miles from Augusta, GA. In addition, the property is conveniently located within 1 mile of the Savannah River and only 3 miles from Lake Clarks Hill. Both waterways have ample boat ramps and recreational areas for the owner and their family to enjoy water activities during the spring and summer months. Lake Clarks Hill is known for being one of the best freshwater fisheries in both South Carolina and Georgia. The landscape of the property consists of 40% 12 year old pine plantation that is nearly ready for the first thinning, 43% 7 year old pre merchantable pine plantation, and 10% 33 year old pine that contains a high percentage of saw timber, while the remaining acreage consists of natural hardwood. There are multiple established food plot locations on site that one could utilize through planting for wildlife that would maximize the outdoor recreational use of the property while serving as excellent stand locations. The property footprint is long, which allows for it to hunt as a much larger property than the average tract of the same size. The location of the property offering makes it an ideal recreational tract for outdoor pursuits; it is also well suited for timber investment with potential revenue streams and could serve as a site for a permanent residence. Property Features: Established Food Plots Internal Road System Pre-Merchantable Pine Plantation
$402,890  •  121 acres
The Pleasant Church Road property offering is located in a rural community only 10 miles NW of Chester, SC. The landscape of the property is comprised of 71% merchantable pine plantation that is close to being ready for its first thinning, while the remaining 29% consists of natural hardwood drains. The natural hardwood drains traverse throughout the property, creating habitat diversification that provides excellent travel corridors for wild turkey and deer. This property is well suited for multiple applications such as outdoor recreational pursuits and excellent timber investment with potential for immediate revenue streams. Property Features: Access off of Mt. Pleasant Church Road Merchantable Pine
$693,000  •  110 acres
The Fuller Creek Farm is conveniently located east of Walterboro, SC near the community of Round O. This is a quiet and rural setting surrounded by large timberland tracts and privately owned farms. The property is easily accessible with nearly 1,800+/- feet of paved road frontage along Hwy 17-A with an easy commute from Summerville or Charleston, SC. Other property features include 18+/- acres of open agriculture land, with the remaining acreage consisting of natural pine and hardwood bottomland; this added diversity provides ideal transitional habitat for abundant populations of deer and turkey. The field is an ideal size for attracting doves or could easily serve as a site for a permanent resident. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an ideal sized property in eastern Colleton County. Property Features: Paved Road Frontage 18 +/- acre ag field Convenient Location Hardwood Bottoms
$367,459  •  94 acres
Under Contract
The Hunting Road Tract is located in a quiet rural community only 5 miles southwest of Bowman and 7 miles southeast of Rowesville. The property is currently being managed for maximum timber production providing a future revenue stream with sound forestry management practices in place. The landscape of the property is comprised of 44% pre-merchantable pine plantation while the remaining acreage consists of natural hardwood drains. The natural hardwood drains provide habitat diversity and ample travel corridors for wildlife such as deer and turkey. The property is well suited for a multitude of applications such as timber investments, outdoor recreational pursuits, and is ideal for a permanent residential site in a quiet rural area. Property Features: Pre-merchantable Pine Hardwood
$426,000  •  93.7 acres
Under Contract
The Kreese tract offering is located along Hunt Road in Aiken, SC. The landscape of the property is comprised entirely of well stocked 3-year-old longleaf pine plantation. The property boasts over 2,600 feet of frontage along both sides of Hunt Road allowing for ease of access. In addition to being an excellent timber and pine straw investment. The property is well suited for recreational pursuits and even a permanent residential site in a quiet rural setting. Property Features: 17 miles from Aiken 43 miles from Columbia Over 2,600 feet of Hunt Road frontage 2.3 milesf from I-20
$432,797  •  88 acres
Under Contract
The Westgate property offering is located in Colleton County, approximately 10 miles SW of Walterboro off Westgate Road in a quiet, rural community setting. This is an ideal-sized property for a recreational hunting tract, or it could just as easily serve as a permanent residential site. This property has been intensely managed for maximum timber production while maintaining the intrinsic value of the natural settings surrounding this property. The quality of the timber management is obvious as you enter the main gate; a mature well-stocked stand of quality pine saw timber, chip-n-saw, and pulpwood. Improvements include a 650 sq. ft. lodge that offers sleeping quarters, one bathroom, and a small kitchen complete with an outdoor fire pit for cooking. Other features include a small spring-fed freshwater pond stocked with bream and bass, utilities on site, including; electrical service, well water, and a septic system. In addition, this property offers an excellent road system providing vehicular access throughout the property, with several smaller trails suitable for four-wheeling or UTV adventures. Property Features: Fresh water pond Mature/marketable timber Utilities Road System Small Lodge Quiet Rural Setting *Recent timber cruise available upon request. Shown by appointment only.
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