There are cruises to South Carolina every year. The depart from Florida.
The coast is called the Low Country because it's generally flat and wet. The landscape is lush and dotted live oaks, Spanish moss, and palmettos. Quaint historic towns encourage visitors to slow down and relax. Sea island resorts feature beautiful beaches.
Traveling to the state's cruise port is easy. Interstate 95 crosses from north to south, and I-26 from east to west. The airport at Charleston is moderate-sized and simple to use.
Weather in South Carolina is basically warm and humid. In the summer the average high temperature is 88 degrees and afternoon thunderstorms often crop up. In the winter the average high temperature is 57 degrees, which is pretty mild. It's nice to cruise to a relatively warm port.