Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
10. Dolphin Cruises

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Dolphin Cruises

 

 

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises offers dolphin-sighting excursions on two different boats from the North Myrtle Beach area. The Sea Screamer and Sea Thunder take participants from the Intracoastal Waterway through the jetty to the ocean for a fun-filled dolphin tour.  A narrated cruise up the Intracoastal Waterway begins the 2-hour excursion, and the boat picks up speed as it passes several uninhabited islands and the jetty on the way to the ocean. Visitors will see dolphins on the tour and get a breathtaking view of the coastline. Dolphin sighting is guaranteed, or you can take another tour for free. 

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Hurricane Fleet

The Hurricane Fleet is the original dolphin cruise company on the Grand Strand operating out of Calabash, N.C., just across the state line near North Myrtle Beach. Tour guests will take a quick ride through the Intracoastal Waterway through the jetties and out into the ocean. When the shrimp boats are out, tours will get a close-up look at their crews in action and the wildlife that follows behind them. Before or after the trip, be sure to explore the fishing village where Hurricane Fleet docks. Calabash is known for fresh, delicious seafood as well as shopping and scenery. 

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Express Watersports

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Express Watersports offers a narrated dolphin watching tour out of Murrells Inlet, just south of Myrtle Beach. Tours may see a variety of aquatic wildlife, including sea turtles, dolphins and more. The large tour boat offers a covered shady area as well as a sun deck, and guides include naturalists and marine science majors from Coastal Carolina University. The crew includes an experienced USCG-licensed captain. The boats include bathrooms and a variety of safety gear, and they are inspected by the Coast Guard. 

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Action Water Sportz

For a unique vacation experience, hop on a jet ski with Action Watersportz for their Dolphin Watch Trip. The tours begin at Dock Holiday Marina on the Intracoastal Waterway where participants receive hands-on instruction on the safe operation of the jet ski. When everyone in the group feels comfortable, the tour will move through the Intracoastal Waterway passing homes and the historic Little River Swing Bridge before zipping to a nearby barrier island in the ocean. The tour will spend some time searching for shells and exploring the island before heading back into the ocean to look for the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. The trip lasts about two hours, and you’ll remember it for a lifetime. 

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Calabash Fishing Fleet

Calabash Fishing Fleet guarantees a dolphin sighting on your tour, or your next tour is free! The dolphin adventure tours leave from the Calabash waterfront next to Dockside Seafood Restaurant and last about two hours. Participants will see views of the beautiful island and the Intracoastal Waterway as they head out to the ocean where they’ll meet up with a working shrimp boat. Dolphin will be waiting for a snack as the shrimpers discard goodies from their nets. The shrimpers will share the contents of their net for the tour to see, a favorite experience for the younger passengers!

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Voyager Deep Sea Fishing and Dolphin Cruises

Voyager’s Dolphin Cruise takes passengers out to the ocean to watch the Shrimp Boat Fleet work their nets and get a look at all the bounty they find. Past treasures found in the nets include shrimp, crabs, fish, sea urchins, seahorses, sand dollars, shells, sting rays and baby sharks. As you cruise along, you’ll see a variety of native sea life and local birds. The boat captain and crew members will answer questions and provide some narration and interesting facts along the way.

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