North Myrtle Beach enjoys a 60 mile stretch of gorgeous coast and beaches. This feature makes it extremely attractive for our water-loving guests. Families, retirees and spring breakers alike flock to North Myrtle Beach to enjoy the charms of the beach.
If you enjoy the water, there is no shortage of activities available for you to enjoy. You can sunbathe, swim, fish, parasail and embark on a casino cruise or nature-watching tour from the shore. There are numerous ways to enjoy the water, with a host of companies offering excursions, from dolphin-watching to deep-sea fishing charters. If you are someone who wants to enjoy these activities on your own terms (and schedule), you can take advantage of a number of options for boat rentals in North Myrtle Beach, and the surrounding areas.
Whether you’re looking to trawl the shoreline, chase the big fish in the deep sea, or just tool around and explore, there’s a boat rental that’s right for you. The following rental companies are great sources for boat rentals in North Myrtle Beach (and beyond):
If you’re looking for a relaxing day cruising the intercoastal waterway with up to 9 of your friends and family members, you’ll want to rent a pontoon from Action Watersportz. Be your own captain for the day! The outfit has three convenient locations and a host of equipment to get you on your way for a day of fun on the water. With flexible rental times, including half day (AM or PM) and full day options, all you will need to do is pack a cooler and grab some chairs and get set to enjoy your day. Please note that pontoon rentals are not permitted on the ocean. All of the vessels offered are well-maintained and equipped with all safety equipment required by the state of South Carolina. Even life-vests are included.
Myrtle Beach Watersports
Thinking about taking out a larger group? Myrtle Beach Watersports offers a fleet of pontoons that can accommodate up to 12 adult passengers, and even permits dogs aboard. Rentals are clean, well-maintained, and come with working stereos and shade canopies.
Thomas Outdoors Watersports
No matter what you’re in the mood for, it’s likely you’ll find it here. This outfitter offers a host of watersports options, including jet ski or pontoon rentals, dolphin tour cruises, and chartered fishing expeditions.
More Boating Fun
The ocean isn’t the only place to enjoy a day of boating in the Myrtle Beach area. If you’re looking for a day of fun on the water and want to explore a different area, consider renting a deck boat at Lake Murray. This large lake–about 40 miles long and nearly 12 miles at its widest—is just inland from the coast. Visitors can rent deck boats for a day of recreation and relaxation on the lake.
There is no shortage of ways to enjoy the waters of North Myrtle Beach. With numerous boat rental companies and watersport outfitters to choose from, there’s not reason not to get out there and enjoy the ocean!