102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

05. Jet Ski Rentals

Since the first Jet Skis rolled off the assembly lines in late 1960s and into America’s lakes, rivers and oceans, watersports got a whole lot more fun.

Like motorcycles on the water, jet skis, also called PWC (Personal Water Craft), are fast, fun, and safe when operated properly and responsibly. Small enough for one rider or big enough for up to four riders, modern jet skis are responsive, maneuverable and abundant along the Grand Strand.

Using jet boat technology (no exposed propellers) jet skis force water through a rocket-styled nozzle that pushes the craft through the water with remarkable control and efficiency.

Whether on the Intracoastal Waterway, area rivers, or the Atlantic Ocean, the are plenty of locations to enjoy and many Myrtle Beach jet ski rental companies to provide the ride. Jet ski lovers can be seen nearly year-round, but especially in the warmer months skipping along over the surface of the water, all with one thing in common: big smiles on their faces.

Thomas Outdoors Watersports

On the North end of the Grand Strand, near Little River and Cherry Grove, Thomas Outdoors Watersports’ friendly and knowledgeable staff will train you for Jet Ski safety and fun. Rent a Jet Ski for a self-guided trip, or take a dolphin watch tour, see the Intracoastal Waterway, or head out to the all natural, undeveloped, Bird Island to get away from the crowds of Myrtle Beach.

Thomas Outdoors Watersports
Shoreline Watersports

Located along South Carolina’s Family Beach, Surfside Beach is the home to Shoreline Watersports. Offering the full-line of watersports activities; Parasailing, Banana Boat Rides, and Jet Ski Rentals, Shoreline’s expert staff consider your safety and fun first. New equipment, training, and reasonable rates, all in beautiful Surfside Beach await renters 16 and up with a valid driver’s license.

Shoreline Watersports