Swim with Dolphins in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach’s warm waters are home to many sea creatures, including dolphins. If you want to spot or swim with dolphins in Myrtle Beach, keep your eyes peeled. You may even be lucky enough to observe them from your oceanfront balcony at Dayton House Resort. Dolphin lovers – we’ve created a list of the best dolphin cruises in Myrtle Beach. 

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

Action Water Sportz 

1525 13th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach

Get ready for a relaxing scenic dolphin cruise on a brand new jet ski with Action Water Sportz. Jet Ski Dolphin Watch Trips begin with safety guidelines and operating instructions, then you’re on your way through the Intracoastal Waterway to Harbourgate Marina and a nearby barrier island. Stroll the shores of the island while your guide locates a pod of local dolphins – and when the time is right, hop back on your jet ski and your guide will carefully direct you toward the pod to see them up close. This experience lasts about two hours from departure, and is part of many annual family vacations. Reserve your Myrtle Beach dolphin cruise in advance! 

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

1568 Watson Ave., North Myrtle Beach 

All aboard the Sea Thunder at Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises for one of the best dolphin cruises in Myrtle Beach. This trip begins at Harbourgate Marina in North Myrtle Beach, treating you to views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the magnificent homes, marshlands, and native wildlife that call it home. When you reach the ocean, this Myrtle Beach dolphin cruise knows the key to dolphin encounters: find the shrimp boats, where dolphins gather for snacks. You’ll watch the dolphins up close from the side of the Sea Thunder. If you don’t see any dolphins, which is rare, you’ll receive a voucher for a free ride to try again. 

Express Watersports

4042 Bus US-17, Murrells Inlet

Take a sightseeing and dolphin cruise in Myrtle Beach with Express Watersports. Your family adventure starts in the Murrells Inlet saltwater marsh, where an onboard naturalist describes the history of Murrells Inlet as your boat makes its way out to the Atlantic Ocean. Once you reach the ocean, you’ll travel along the beautiful coastline in search of dolphins, sea turtles, and other aquatic life. This family-friendly trip lasts about an hour and a half. The Express Watersports vessel is 46 feet long, holds up to 49 passengers, and has a covered area along with a sun deck. The boat also has a full-size bathroom area with a sink, which is not always the case on a boat.

A Top Myrtle Beach Hotel For Dolphin Watching

The Grand Strand offers many options for you to view the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin in its natural habitat. Each Myrtle Beach dolphin tour offers an exciting experience for you and your family. Book your stay today and prepare for a memorable dolphin cruise in Myrtle Beach! 

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