Sea Screamer Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises Little River, SC

Myrtle Beach Water Sports4499 Mineola AveLittle River, SC 29566
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Climb aboard the Sea Screamer and get ready to jet off on the greatest dolphin cruise around. Be prepared to get wet as the Sea Screamer cruises by several uninhabited islands on the journey to find dolphins. Don’t forget your camera—you’ll want it when you sail by the coastline as you return to shore. Keep an eye out for playful dolphins throughout the cruise.

up to 2 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

  • You will get wet. Dress accordingly.
  • A dry box is available on the boat for valuables.
  • For seating under the canopy, arrive early as seating is by groups.
  • Check-in is inside the Captain Juel’s Hurricane Restaurant.
  • Check-in 30-45 minutes before departure for an earlier boarding group.
  • The Sea Screamer holds approximately 141 passengers.


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Come join the best dolphin tour in Myrtle Beach. The Sea Screamer is a 65-foot 1993 Navigator tour boat powered by turbocharged Detroit Diesels, totaling 1500 horsepower. The Sea Screamer holds approximately 141 passengers. Everyone is able to sit and when the Captain gives the okay you are able to walk around. There is a canopy over several rows of seats on both of the boats. The boat locations are only 3 miles apart.

All passengers must check in and get a boarding pass before boarding. The boat departs promptly at scheduled times so please allow time to park, check-in, etc. PARKING is halfway down Mineola Ave on the left-hand side. Look for the Sea Screamer parking sign. Walk towards the waterfront to the Captain Jules Hurricane Restaurant and enter the Restaurant for check-in.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sea Screamer - Myrtle Beach Dolphin Cruises

Will I get wet on this cruise?

Yes. It is likely so please dress accordingly. Wear bathing suits with covers or whatever you are comfortable with getting wet, and bring a towel or a light jacket.

Do I need to bring anything on the cruise?

You must present your boarding pass along with a valid ID at check-in to board. You can also bring food and drink in a small (6 pack) soft-side cooler. In addition, it is recommended that passengers bring the following items: - Sunglasses - Sunscreen - Towel - Comfortable boat footwear - Camera* - Phone* *A bag for your camera, phone, and other valuables is recommended to keep them dry, they may get wet if unprotected. A dry box is also onboard for valuables.

How long is the tour?

The tour is approximately 1.5 to 2 hours long.

Where do I check-in?

You will check in inside Hurricane Juel's Restaurant located at 4499 Mineola Ave, Little River, SC 29566.

When should I arrive?

Passengers should arrive at the restaurant to check in 30 to 45 minutes prior to your tour's departure time. The boat is boarded by group number. The earlier you check-in, the better seating you receive.

Is parking available?

Yes. Parking is half way down Mineola Ave on the left-hand side. Look for the Sea Screamer parking sign.

Does the cruise operate rain or shine?

Yes, the Sea Screamer Dolphin Cruise operates rain or shine. The Captain may cancel if the weather becomes stormy (thunder and lightning).

Are the boats wheelchair accessible?

No, the boats are not wheelchair accessible nor handicap approved by the coastguard. Wheelchairs and walkers can go as far as the stairs to the boat, but are not allowed on board for safety reasons. There are about 4 to 5 steps with handrails up to the boat and then a short distance to a seat. The crew will assist with boarding.

Are there life jackets on board?

Yes, life jackets are underneath all passenger seats. Children's life jackets are also available.

Are there bathrooms?

Yes, there are restroom facilities available at the meeting location prior to boarding. The restrooms on board are marine toilet facilities and are for emergency use.