Myrtle Beach Watersports

Myrtle Beach Watersports

Millions of people go on a Myrtle Beach vacation every year. The majority of them simply want to relax on the beach or play a few rounds of golf. For others, that simply won't meet the entertainment expectations for their vacation. Being that Myrtle Beach is technically an island, there are many opportunities to get out on the water for some real excitement. Make sure you check out these deals on Myrtle Beach hotels so you can afford to take part in all of the water related activities this great beach town has to offer.


Surfing - Surfing is one of the oldest sports known to man and it has stuck around so long because of the unmatched joy of standing up on your board and riding a wave. Surfing is a popular past time in Myrtle Beach and you can participate whether you are a novice or expert. Experts should ask the locals for some of the surfing hot spots but novice riders should consider taking some surfing lessons before attempting it on their own.

Parasailing - Though parasailing is not as physically taxing as surfing, it still provides tons of enjoyment to hundreds of people in the Myrtle Beach area every day. Parasailing is where 1, 2 or 3 people strap into a parachute and are pulled behind a boat through the ocean. You could reach heights of about 300 feet and see the entire Grand Strand area. Wear your bathing suit in case the driver decides to take you for a little dip in the water!

Jet Skis

Kayaking - Kayaking is a great way to spend an afternoon in Myrtle Beach. There are quite a few kayak renters in the area so figure out where you want to kayak, then find a kayak tour that services the area you want to explore. Some of the most popular kayak spots are Murrells Inlet, the Intracoastal Waterway, and of course, the Ocean.

Jet Skis - Jet Skiing is certainly among the most popular activities to do in Myrtle Beach. There is nothing quite like feeling the wind whip through your hair as you speed over the waves on a jet ski. Like Kayaking there are many places you may want to go on the jet ski so choose a vendor that services your desired area.

These are just a few water sports you may want to try on your Myrtle Beach vacation, but they certainly will not disappoint. Just remember to be safe and enjoy yourself and you are bound to have an unforgettable time during your stay in Myrtle Beach.

Downwind Watersports

Serving vacationers and locals along the Grand Strand since 1981, Downwind Watersports is the oldest watersports company in Myrtle Beach. Located on the beach at 2915 South Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, Downwind Watersports gets you out on the water and makes your vacation an unforgettable experience.

Serving the Grand Strand since 1996, Myrtle Beach Watersports offers 5 convenient locations in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach Watersports offers an electrifying experience on the water with Jet Ski Rentals, Parasailing, Banana Boat Rides, Pontoon Boat Rentals, and exciting Dolphin Cruises aboard high-power speedboats.

Myrtle Beach Watersports
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