North Strand - Myrtle Beach, SC
2200 Little River Neck Rd., Little River, SC
"Do it yourself is always welcome" is the motto of Anchor Marina, where sailors are encouraged to pull in for repairs and supplies. A 35-ton travel lift is available, and mechanics are on call 24 hours a day to fix anything from a blister to a broken propeller shaft. Anchor's staff also offer bottom painting, fiberglass work and power washing. This 85-slip marina provides wet and dry storage, showers, bathrooms, a ship's store, restaurant and lounge. General hours for the marina and store are 8 AM to 5 PM seven days a week; the restaurant and lounge are open from 11 AM until the wee hours of the morning.
4495 Mineola Ave., Little River, SC
B.W.'s, managed by Michelle Coffey, officially opened for business in April 1996, taking over for the Pier at Little River. Transient boats are allowed to tie up at the face deck, and 10 slips are available for monthly rental. Water, 110- and 220-amp. electrical hookups also are available as well as gasoline and diesel fuels. This marina is open from 7:30 AM to 6 PM with extended hours during the summer.
Cherry Grove Beach Public Landing:County Boat Ramp. 53rd Ave., on Hog Inlet and Cherry Grove Creek
Coquina Harbour Marina
1 Marina Village, 720 U.S. Hwy. 17 N., North Myrtle Beach, SC
Russell Edwards manages this 113-slip marina that offers a bath house and self-service laundry facilities. Monthly and yearly slip leases can be negotiated. The marina is open year round.
Crickett Cove Marina
4483 N. Baker St., Little River, SC
Crickett Cove, the newest marina along the Grand Strand, opened in July 1997 and is the last such venture that will be permitted on saltwater marsh since those wetlands are a protected natural habitat. Concrete floating docks offer transient boat storage, and 73 wet slips are available for boats from 40 to 55 feet in length. Dry storage can accommodate 340 vessels as long as 35 feet. Two fueling depots, inside and outside, offer gas and diesel fuel pumps. Hookups include water, cable TV, telephone and 30-, 50- and 100-amp. electricity. Crickett Cove serves guests with showers, bathrooms and laundry facilities. The Upper Deck Restaurant, (843) 280-3189, opened in February 1998, serving lunch and dinner. The Upper Deck opens daily at 11:30 AM. Marina hours are 8 AM to sunset seven days a week.
2120 Sea Mountain Hwy. (S.C. Hwy. 9), North Myrtle Beach, SC
This marina, under the Little River Swing Bridge, offers a full range of services, including repairs. You'll find cable TV, laundry facilities and showers on site. Harbourgate also boasts a well-stocked ship's store on the premises. Harbourgate Marina is the site of a 100-room Hampton Inn, (843) 249-1997, that opened April 1, 1997. Guests of the Hampton Inn receive special privileges at the marina and a free continental breakfast every morning during their stay.
1525 13th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach, SC
Wet dockage is available at one of 102 slips here, as are laundry facilities, showers, a ship's store and cable TV, water and phone hookups. Dock Holidays offers gas and diesel fuels. Five popular restaurants and lounges are nearby. Thirty- and 50-amp. shore power also is accessible. In 1997 Dock Holidays added a pump-out station for nautical guests. Hours of operation range from 8 AM to 6 or 8 PM, depending on the season.
Myrtle Beach Yacht Club at Coquina Harbour
714 U.S. Hwy. 17 N., Little River, SC
Many of this club's 153 slips are designated for transient use, and boaters can enjoy convenient access to both 30- and 50-amp. power. Showers, bathrooms, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, tennis court and water and cable TV hookups are available. The club offers diesel and gasoline fuels as well as a pump-out station. You'll find an on-site ship's store offering beer, wine and ice, and a number of first-class restaurants are within walking distance. The black-and-white lighthouse at the mouth of Coquina Harbor marks the nautical route to the club. Hours of operation are always 8 AM to dusk.
North Myrtle Beach Landing. Public landing, City of Myrtle Beach 2nd Ave. south, North Myrtle Beach on the Intracoastal Waterway.County Boat Ramp. Under Highway US 17 Bridge, Nixon Cross Roads, on the Intracoastal Waterway.
North Myrtle Beach Marina
4430 Belle Marina Rd., Little River, SC
This marina offers dry storage and crane service that can accommodate any motorized watercraft or sailboat up to 65 feet in length. North Myrtle Beach Marina specializes in service and repairs. The ship's store at this marina stocks an extensive array of boat supplies and fishing tackle. Gasoline is the only available fuel. Hours of operation are 8 AM to 6 PM daily.
#1 Hague Dr., off S.C. Hwy. 707, at the Intracoastal Waterway, Myrtle Beach, SC
George Russ manages this site. Hague offers yacht service and supplies and storage -- wet or dry, covered or uncovered. Transient dockage is available for 90¢ per foot per night. Water and electric hookups plus a ship's store are available. Hague is open 8 AM to 6:30 PM daily spring through fall, until 5 PM during the winter months.
8400 Osprey Rd., Myrtle Beach, SC
Osprey opened in January 1997 next door to the Waccatee Zoo. All of Osprey's 96 slips are rented by the year only. Dry storage is available, as are cable TV, phone, water and 30- and 50-amp. electric hookups. This marina provides a pump-out station as well as gasoline and diesel fuels. Amenities include showers, laundry facilities and an on-site convenience store. Hours run 7 AM to 7 PM spring through fall, 7:30 AM to 6 PM in winter.
Belle Isle Marina (Private)
Belle Isle Rd., Georgetown, SC
Sporting both floating and fixed docks, Belle Isle provides 120 slips, dry storage, laundry facilities, showers and bathrooms and also offers diesel fuel or gasoline. A courtesy car to take customers into town is available at no charge. The marina also has a fully stocked ship's store.The marina and store are open seven days a week from 7 AM to 8 PM.
Georgetown Landing Marina
432 Marina Dr. and U.S. Hwy. 17, Georgetown, SC
This 120-slip deepwater marina has both floating and fixed docks. Gas and diesel fuels are available. The property is home to the Lands End Restaurant, popular for years with locals who come to sample the daily seafood specials. Georgetown Landing is open 8 AM to 7 PM throughout summer. In the winter hours are 9 AM to 5 PM. A 98-room Hampton Inn, (843) 545-5000, opened here in May 1997. The marina and Hampton Inn operate exclusively of one another; no privileges apply.
Marlin Quay Marina
1398 S. Waccamaw Dr., Garden City Beach, SC
Besides running an array of charters from this marina, the owner offers boat dockage for long-term lease. Bathrooms, showers, laundry facilities, 30- and 50-amp. power hookups and a ship's store are available as are gasoline and diesel fuel pumps. The marina does not allow "live aboards" (where people live on the boat year round) or Jet Skis. It is open year round -- 7 AM to 8 PM in the summer months and 8 AM to 5 PM during the winter after Daylight Savings Time kicks in.
Voyager's View Marina
U.S. Hwy. 17 Bus., Murrells Inle, SCt
Voyager's View is a full-service marina, with slip rentals, fuel, bait, fishing supplies and dry storage for boats. Drop by and see manager Jack Sowders for assistance.A bar and grill are on site. Grill hours are 7 AM to 4 PM; bar hours, 7 to 10 PM.
S.C. 544 Bridge off Peachtree Road in the Socastee community.
This is Horry County, SC's newest public boat landing which opened in April, 2003. The landing, located under the new SC 544 bridge, features a dual concrete boat ramp with dozens of parking places.
Wacca-Wache Marina - Public Landing
1950 Wachesaw Rd., Murrells Inlet, SC
Wacca-Wache maintains 109 floating slips, 15 of which are available for transient vessels. This marina also offers 120 dry-storage slips and a choice of 30-, 50- or 100-amp. electrical hookups. Additional services include cable TV and telephone hookups, a pump-out station, gasoline and diesel fuel, a ship's store, laundry facilities and showers. A courtesy car is available for an hour at a time to boaters docked at the marina. Wacca-Wache is open from 8 AM to 8 PM during peak boating season. Some photos at the bottom of this page.
Murrells Inlet Boat Landing (Public). SC Department of Natural Resources landing. Highway US 17 Business, on Murrels Inlet.
Pawleys Island (North) Landing. Public. County landing. Pritchard St. West, State Road 46, on Main Creek.
Pawleys Island (Middle) Landing. Public. County landing. 3rd St. West, State Road 266, on Main Creek.
Pawleys Island (South) Landing. Public. County landing. Shell Road West, State Road 104, on Pawleys Creek.
Hagley Landing. County landing. Public. Hagley Plantation Road, on the Waccamaw River.
City of Georgetown. Public. East Bay Street (Ballpark) Landing. Recreation Department, East Bay Park, on Sampit River.
South Island Ferry Boat Landing. Public. County landing. End of County Road 18, on Winyah Bay.
Pole Yard Boat Landing. Public. County landing. Hwy US 17 at North Santee River, on North Santee River.