Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
87. Dinner Cruises

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Dinner Cruises

Waterfront dining, Oceanside or along the Intracoastal Waterway, can be a wonderful way to enjoy a meal; dining on the water, instead of next to it, even more so. Here in Myrtle Beach you have the option to dine aboard large ships offering stunning views you’ll never see from a car or through a stationary restaurant’s window. Dine out on the big blue Atlantic Ocean (with a bit of Vegas-style gaming after dinner), or quietly cruise the Intracoastal Waterway, sharing a meal with friends and family, or with that special someone. The Dinner Cruise industry in the greater Myrtle Beach area prides itself on its Coast Guard-inspected ships, indoor/outdoor seating and viewing areas, air-conditioned and/or heated, with fully licensed captains. These surprisingly affordable meals afloat offer the perfect combination of comfort, fun, great feasts for your belly, and food for your soul.

The Big “M” Casino Dinner Cruise

Go to dinner and come back a winner! The luxurious Big M” Casino Cruise Ship boards in Little River, just minutes north of Myrtle Beach. She sails a few miles out into the Atlantic twice daily except Monday (unless a major holiday). On board, you’ll experience real Vegas-style gaming with real dealers, and the loosest slots. They’ll feed you (via optional ticket) from a superb buffet in between Casino runs, and the views are spectacular!

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