102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

10. Boat Cruises

With the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west, the numerous boat tours in Myrtle Beach provide a range of entertainment and sightseeing alternatives. From quiet Waterway dinner cruises to exciting casino boat experiences, there is something for every vacationer.

The Big M Casino Boat in Little River travels three miles out to allow for legal, Vegas-styled gaming, while nature friendly dolphin excursions just off the coast connect you with nature.

Professional crews and breathtaking views can make Myrtle Beach boat tours a special part of your vacation, with many visitors returning year after year, taking new generations on tours they previously enjoyed. Live music and dinner packages on the larger boats add to the experience.

All tours are subject to limited capacity and it is advisable to make advanced reservations.

Rover Boat Tours

Visitors seeking an informative water tour in an unspoiled setting should look no further than Rover Boat Tours. A leisurely 3-4 hour cruise through the Winyah Bay and barrier islands of Georgetown County is ideal for nature lovers. Bird watching enthusiasts and shell collectors will be thrilled with the natural beauty, while history buffs will enjoy a visit to South Carolina’s oldest lighthouse, built in 1811.

Rover Boat Tours