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Blue Wave Adventures is the Original Dolphin Watch Tour in Murrells Inlet, SC. Our tours take you thru the salt marsh estuary and out into the ocean along the coastline. We specialize in finding our wild dolphin friends in their natural habitat. We...more
All reviews captain mark wild animals leatherback turtles great boat ride dolphin watch tour sea life vantage point clean boat beat the heat great trip an amazing experience the staff was great their natural habitat entire family myrtle beach fish amy
The first thing you're told before the boat leaves the dock is that dolphins are wild animals and there is no guaranty that we will actually see any. Well, as luck will have it, we saw no dolphins on this trip. Although it would have...More
we loved our experience from the boat ride to seeing the dolphin to the captain who was very funny and had a lot of knowledge the whole thing about soda and plastic impacts on the ocean has really changed my outlook on how we treat...More
I highly recommend this tour. We went on the 10am trip and got to see a ton of dolphins. It was absolutely incredible! Captain Mark and Amy were awesome. We will definitely go again when we come back to Myrtle Beach. Thanks Blue Wave for...More
Our family of four (2 adults, 2 kids - ages 6 and 10), visited Blue Wave Adventures the last week of August. We had a good time and got to see a number of dolphins. They weren’t super close to the boat but I appreciated...More
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We do a Dolphin Watch Tour. Dolphins are actually in the whale family. We do have larger whales that come thru the area but because are waters are so shallow along our coastline, they rarely come close to shore. We have... More
We do a Dolphin Watch Tour. Dolphins are actually in the whale family. We do have larger whales that come thru the area but because are waters are so shallow along our coastline, they rarely come close to shore. We have seen a humpback whale on one of our tours but again, very rare sighting. in addition, the whales are generally passing by our coast in the winter months. We run March thru November. Let me know if I can help you further.