Although this boat is not new, it is in very good shape and your family will have an awesome time, and it won't cost you as much as some of the other boats available in the area, leaving you with plenty of money to stop and enjoy lunch or an early dinner at one of many restaurants along the water.
If you have a hitch you will pick up your craft in the Socastee area of Myrtle Beach and put in the water at any of the landings on our many waterways, or I can put it in the water for you at the Horry County Rosewood Landing in the Socastee area of Myrtle Beach, for a $30 fee. The Rosewood Landing is centrally located on the Waterway between Little River and Georgetown with the Waccamaw River branching off just a few miles south, thus giving you a number of options of what to see and do and allowing you to spend multiple days on the water with different views each day. So, why not ask about a multi-day boat rental and enjoy!
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Boating along the Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach area!
The days of Blackbeard, Drunken Jack and many other pirates ruling the coast are long gone, yet the stories live on and so does the fun and enjoyment for all who venture out on the waters of the 60 miles of coastline known as The Grand Strand.
The Grand Strand starts in Little River SC and continues south along the coast through the towns of North Myrtle Beach, Atlantic Beach, Briarwood Acres, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island and ending in Georgetown.
Over the years with the development and growth of Brunswick County in North Carolina which includes towns such as Calabash, Southport, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach, Baldhead Island, Oak Island and more, some folks include this area as a part of the Grand Strand.
As a matter of fact, the US Census includes this area as part of the Myrtle Beach/Conway/North Myrtle Beach Metropolitan area, originally it was included under the Wilmington Metro area. For the water loving and adventurous, there are many options to enjoy yourself with family and friends. From Brunswick County all the way down to historic Port of Georgetown, you can charter a cruise on a Caribbean-style sailing ship, rent a catamaran, power boat, or even a simple john boat. Jump on a jet-ski or paddle a kayak, canoe or paddleboard, there are so many ways to have fun on the water, including an afternoon or evening cruise on the only Gambling boats in South Carolina.
Leave the dock in the morning, noon, or sunset for the most amazing and breathtaking views from the waters of the Grand Strand coast and waterways. You might choose to see Bird Island and the high dunes in all its naturally preserved state, but whatever your choice of traversing the water - there are dolphin pods, sea turtles, cypress trees, eagles and more as well as the great skyline of the Myrtle Beach area for viewing.
Book your choice of water activities and enjoy making new memories.
Gray was great, but the boat was just ok. The boat was in good shape for it's age, however it didn't preform as we had expected. We figured we would be able to cruse pretty far up the inlet but the top speed was approximately 12 to 15 mph w 3 average size people on board. Ran out of gas half way through the trip and had to be towed. We were told we should b able to run at wide open throttle for approximately 1.5 hrs but the gas lasted about half that. Given the distance between Marina's w gas, I'd recommend crusing to one and stay near by or anchoring some where close to the dock and hang out w the motor off.