Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

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About Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

Want to see dolphins live and up close in the wild? Book a tour today at Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises and climb aboard one of the most renowned ships on the East Coast.

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises is known for giving some of the most up close and quality dolphin tours around! They invite people to climb aboard each day to see some of the ocean’s most beautiful and playful creatures. Each tour lasts around 1 ½ to 2 hours long where you will travel through three different, distinctive areas.

It is recommended you wear swimsuits or clothes that can get wet during these tours. The trip will begin with a narrated tour through the Intracoastal Waterway. Then the boat will pick up speed, passing several uninhabited islands and the jetty as you break through waves and venture into the ocean. Once in the ocean, you will begin your search to spot the dolphins at play near you! Finally, you will also get to experience a magnificent view of the Myrtle Beach Coastline from the boat.

Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises use two different boats known as the Sea Screamer and the Sea Thunder. Each boat travels at the same speed and provides the same scenic, narrated tour out onto the ocean. However, pay attention to which ship you book as these boats depart from different locations. Both boats also have canopies covering around 8 rows of seats and can hold up to 141 passengers. The Sea Screamer and the Sea Thunder are inspected regularly by the US coast guard and driven by the safest and most qualified captains.

The Sea Screamer and Sea Thunder are two of the most marvelous ships to climb aboard and see dolphins! Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises also guarantee a dolphin sighting, or you get a free pass for your next cruise!

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