The South Carolina Coast is home to numerous water species but none as beloved as the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. An intelligent and wildly entertaining mammal, a dolphin watching tour is a perfect family activity for those visiting Murrells Inlet. Dolphin watching tour guides are well versed in dolphin behavior and habits but are also knowledgeable on our coastal environment and other popular water residents. And you can also combine an exhilarating jet ski ride with a guided dolphin watching tour. So whether your vessel of choice is jet ski, power boat, sailboat or kayak come enjoy the Carolina Coast and the spectacle of the bottlenose dolphin in his natural habitat.
Murrells Inlet Local Businesses
Wallace Sailing Charters:
Come Boating or Sailing while vacationing in Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, or Charleston, South Carolina. We have the best spot in the entire Grand Strand and Georgetown area for sailing. You and your family can have the sailing yacht for any length of time or days. Our unigue boat tours are relaxing, exciting, and full of surprises, such as a dolphin swimming alongside the boat, bird watching, or just simply tanning, with the wind blowing through your hair! We are available for weddings, dinner cruises, sunset sails and any other special occasion. We also offer sailing lessons, cruises to your own private beach and much more, all near Myrtle Beach and Charleston, SC! All of our boat cruises are special and customized just for you and no one else.
Rover Boat Tours:
Absolutely the best, most relaxing and carefree way to experience the historic, unspoiled Lowcountry nature surrounding Georgetown and Winyah Bay! Reclined in the shade, feeling the gentle sea breeze blowing across the deck of the Rover, you'll be able to learn about the nature and history of one of America's oldest settled areas. Enjoy dolphins or a sea turtle alongside while overhead gulls, herons and egrets dance on the wind. Far downriver, the Rover will put you ashore on an unsettled barrier island by the mouth of Winyah Bay, where the historic Winyah Bay Lighthouse overlooks the deserted beaches of North Island allowing you to search for seashells, while experiencing the unequaled beauty of the riverine ecosystem, a place where river meets sea.