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Myrtle Beach Boats & Boating along the Grand Strand

Sea Rays at Coquina HarborWelcome to Myrtle Beach Boats, your source for online boating information along the Grand Strand of South Carolina.

With both the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway available to all, Myrtle Beach and the entire 60-plus-mile Grand Strand is an veritable playground for locals and visiting mariners and those who love being on the water.

There's fun to be had by all, both young and the young at heart, who are drawn to the water here in Myrtle Beach.

Whether you're looking to buy a boat or jetski, spend an afternoon or evening in international waters aboard one of the Las-Vegas-style Casino Gambling Boats docked in Little River, take a charter fishing trip along the coast or to the Gulf Stream, rent a boat, pontoon or jetski for and hour (or the afternoon), or take a leisurely dinner cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway, you'll be happy to know you'll find it all in Myrtle Beach.

Casino Gambling Boats in Little River

Gambling boatsIf you're looking for some Las-Vegas-style gambling while on your Myrtle Beach vacation, you'll find it aboard one of the casino boats docked in Little River. These "cruises to nowhere" sail to international waters, where it's legal to gamble, before opening the tables or turning on the machines.

Lunch and dinner buffets are inexpensive and fairly tasty, and live entertainment is usually provided for free, along with motion-sickness tablets for anyone who's a bit queazy.

The boats usually leave twice a day, at noon and 7 pm, for several-hour gambling trips out at sea.

Keep in mind that, due to political opposition, these controversial cruises are under constant threat of being shut down so you should always double-check before heading to the dock for the day or night.

Fishing Boats on the Grand Strand

At the north end of the Grand Strand, Little River has been home to fishermen for generations... and for good reason. Some of the largest and most prized fish can be caught off the coast of South Carolina.

The local fishermen work year-round, commercial fishing in the winters (catching and selling their catches to various restaurants and wholesale shippers), and charter fishing in the warmer weather. The captains and crews charter parties and help their guests haul in large catches, who usually take the fish home to their families.

There are different types of charters in Little River, and you should know what type suits you before planning your trip. There is party boat fishing, which takes individuals and large groups out, and there are private charters for the serious fisherman, which usually averages 6 fishermen per boat. The length of fishing trips varies, too. There are half-day trips, usually running 7 am - noon or 1 pm to 6; full day trips, usually running 7 am to 3 pm, and gulf stream trips, usually running 7 am to 6 pm. Special requests, such as night fishing, are also taken by the local charterfishermen.

The most common fish caught during these trips is black sea bass, snapper, grouper, larger sea bass, trigger, dolphin, wahoo, and king makerel.

Jetski Rentals & Dinner Cruises on the Grand Strand

We're updating our boat and jetski rentals as well as our dinner cruises and sightseeing water tours.

Myrtle Beach helpful resources

We've listed below additional Grand Strand area websites to help you find even more information online.

Myrtle Beach Web Guide - Best resource for locals and visitors to find tons of information about Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach Guide - Internet guide to the northern end of the Grand Strand

Little River SC Guide - Online information for the fishing village of Little River South Carolina

Myrtle Beach Events - Annual calendar of festivals along the Grand Strand as well as community-added events at the beach