Murrells Inlet Sunset Cruise in Murrells Inlet, SC

Visit Murrells Inlet4079 US 17 BusinessMurrells Inlet, SC 29576
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Murrells Inlet Sunset Cruise Tickets

Overview

Get the best views of the scenic Myrtle Beach sunset aboard a spacious & reliable catamaran in South Carolina. Coast along Murrells Inlet to relax and enjoy the breathtaking South Carolina sunset. Marvel at the picturesque scenery, Myrtle Beach skyline, saltwater estuary, historic home sites, and local wildlife—the inlet is home to local and migratory birds.

up to 1 hrs 2 or more people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Murrells Inlet Travel Experts
  • Enjoy a 1-hour sunset cruise aboard a spacious catamaran with an experienced boat captain.
  • Located approximately 12 miles South of Myrtle Beach International Airport & 5 miles north of Brookgreen Gardens.
  • Check-in at the ticket booth by the front stairs of the Dead Dog Saloon restaurant (parking lot side).
  • Please arrive 30 minutes before your cruise time. Allow time for traffic, parking, and check-in.
  • Wear weather-appropriate clothing & comfortable shoes. Bring a camera, valid ID, sunglasses & light jacket.
  • Family-friendly cruise, but children must be supervised by at least one adult.
  • Includes onsite parking, an onboard restroom, and life jackets for adults and children (for emergency use only).
  • Drinks and snacks available for purchase on the boat.

Description

from Murrells Inlet Sunset Cruise
Cruise through the saltwater marsh estuary of Murrells Inlet on a relaxing sunset excursion aboard a 54-foot catamaran. Enjoy views of wildlife, beautiful and historic home sites, and the pièce de résistance—the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina sunset.

This Murrells Inlet sunset cruise offers a smooth ride aboard The Explorer, a 54-foot United States Coast Guard Certified and Inspected vessel with a bathroom and canteen for onboard purchases of beer, wine and limited snacks or The Sea Gypsy, a United States Coast Guard Certified and Inspected vessel that is 37' in length and the rear is covered with an open foredeck.

Sunset times vary throughout the year, as do the departure times. Please refer to the schedule for specific dates and times.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Murrells Inlet Sunset Cruise

Where does the Murrells Inlet Sunset Cruise depart from?

The cruise departs from 4079 Hwy 17 Business South Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576. You can find the ticket booth by the front stairs of the Dead Dog Saloon restaurant on the parking lot side. Once checked in, staff will march the entire group down to the boat.

Is parking available?

Yes, complimentary parking is available onsite in the gravel lot across the street.

How early do we need to arrive?

Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your cruise departs to check in and board the boat. Allow time for traffic and your other needs prior to your cruise.

Are parents required to join for children to be allowed onboard?

Yes, children must be supervised by at least one responsible adult.

Will we get wet during the boat ride?

There will possibly be some overspray from a passing boat wake, but passengers typically stay dry on the boat.

What should wear? What should I bring?

Please wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable shoes. Bring a camera, sunglasses, a light jacket, and a valid photo ID.

Can we take pictures or video?

Yes, take as many pictures and videos as possible!

Are there food and drinks on the cruise?

Yes, drinks and snacks are available for purchase on the boat.

Will I get seasick?

Hopefully, no. The cruise stays in the tranquil and protected Murrells Inlet and will not reach the ocean. Most adult and child passengers don’t get seasickness on the boat.

Is the vessel wheelchair-accessible?

The cruise tries to be wheelchair-accessible. At the main Marshwalk, you'll find a ramp down to the boat dock. The ramp's steepness varies during the low or high tide throughout the day. There is also a step at the bottom of the ramp and when boarding the boat.