Myrtle Beach watersports can be exhilarating or relaxing, and include options from renting a pair of jet skis to paddling or wakeboarding. If you’re bored with laying on the beach and baking in the sun, get out on the beautiful Atlantic waters and have some fun.
Jet skis are so much fun to rent with a friend or small group, and catching sea spray as you ride through a boat’s wake or jump a wave in the ocean is refreshing on a hot Myrtle Beach day.
Located in Cricket Cove Marina in Little River, SC, not far from The Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach Jet Ski Rentals is perfectly situated for a fun afternoon of jet skiing. Explore the ocean, inlets, or some the area’s beautiful islands. Choose your adventure from their many offerings. Book a guided tour, including dolphin watching or island hopping, or to rent a jet ski on your own.
Aloha Watersports specializes in jet ski rentals for all experience levels, even novice. Their jet skis are large enough for two people, but handle well for someone who wants to pilot solo. Aloha also offers two hour dolphin tours adventures, alongside other fun water activities in Myrtle Beach.
With multiple locations, Myrtle Beach Watersports boasts hourly jet ski rentals and a variety of jet ski tours. Guests can rent jet skis by the half hour or hour, as well as experience dolphin tours, adrenaline tours, or backwater adventures.
Parasailing is another fun, relaxing, and thrilling Myrtle Beach watersport to enjoy. It’s ideal for couples or friends who want to glide above the Atlantic for an incredible view.
Downwind Sails features two convenient locations for anyone who wants to experience some of the best parasailing in Myrtle Beach. Hop aboard their banana boat shuttle to your parasailing boat, where you’ll harness into the ride of a lifetime. Downwind Sails offers single, double, and triple flights so you can ride solo or share the adventure. Guests will soar 400 feet above the ocean offering an excellent opportunity to spot marine life.
Located on the beach behind Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub, New Wave Watersports offers an outstanding parasailing trip above Myrtle Beach. The parasailing boats at New Wave are operated by certified boat captains and meet Coast Guard safety standards. Delight in bird’s eye, panoramic views as the captains work hard to ensure you have an amazing experience. Three-seated flights are available so you can ride with family or friends.
If you want to experience the highest and longest parasailing flight in Myrtle Beach, book with Express Watersports. You’ll reach 500 feet, and enjoy a full 10- to 12-minute experience. Your boat operator may even give you the option of a “dip” in the ocean during your flight! Express Watersports offers an affordable photo add-on, so you can leave your Myrtle Beach parasailing adventure with memories that last a lifetime.
Kayaking on the inlet, marsh, or ocean is the perfect relaxing watersport in Myrtle Beach. Grab a friend and ride in tandem or paddle solo on a Myrtle Beach kayak tour.
Shawn Collins owns this local Myrtle Beach watersports adventure company, and he is more than happy to set visitors up with a kayak tour or a rental. Myrtle Beach Paddleboard & Kayak Adventures offers fishing, touring, recreational, and tandem kayaks for half-day, full-day, weekly, or 5-day rentals. This area company prides itself on local knowledge acquired from paddling the area for decades. They cater to small, private groups, so if you choose Shawn and his crew to lead your Myrtle Beach kayak tour, you’ll get an authentic experience.
Myrtle Beach Surf Lessons, home of Kokopelli Surf Camp, offers free kayak delivery and pickup for guests paddling around on their own. Alternatively, their three-hour Island Adventure Eco-Tour includes a short lesson, a gentle paddle to a local island, and an hour to explore on your own. This company also offers two-hour sunrise and sunset kayak tours, as well as kayak eco-tours in the salt marsh.
The original tour company of North Myrtle Beach, Great Escapes Kayak Expeditions, delivers guided Myrtle Beach kayak tours and regular hourly kayak rentals. Ffrom wildlife refuges on the Waccamaw River to private barrier islands and coastal marshes, there’s plenty of water to explore. If you’re looking to explore on your own, Great Escapes will provide the equipment. Rental prices vary depending on where you go and for how long.
Thrill-seekers will delight in Myrtle Beach wakeboarding. This exciting watersport is a hybrid of water skiing and surfing. Professional wakeboarders have visited our seasonal wake park to practice, show off, and engage in some friendly competition.
Get your wakeboarding fix with Island Adventure Water Sports. This popular local company accommodates you and up to five friends on their brand new 21-foot professional wakeboarding boat. Guests will have the chance to show off their tricks along the Waccamaw River. Whether you’re a beginner or want to learn the exciting sport of wakeboarding, Island Adventure Water Sports has staff available for training and instruction.
Founded by Greg Norman, Jr., son of the famed golfer, Shark Park 843 is an amusement park for watersports enthusiasts, especially wakeboarders. A wakeboarder himself, Norman developed Shark Park as a family-friendly attraction built around a wakeboarding cable park, as well as an exciting water-based obstacle course for kids of all ages. Shark Wake Park features cable-led (not boat-led) wakeboarding, knee boarding, wake skating, foil boarding, and water skiing. Note that Shark Park is open only during the summer season, and closes during the off-season. If you need an adrenaline fix, Shark Park should top your Myrtle Beach itinerary.
When you book your stay at Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort, you’re in close proximity to the most exciting Myrtle Beach watersports available. Whether you want to enjoy a leisurely kayak tour hoping to spot dolphins, or aim to experience the thrill of the best parasailing, you’ll be able to enjoy all the adventures you seek while staying at our oceanfront hotel in Myrtle Beach.