Due to flooding and road closures to the north and west of the Myrtle Beach area, Visit Myrtle Beach suggests that visitors driving to the beach this month, avoid US 501 and SC 22 and drive further south towards Georgetown in order to take US 17 north into Myrtle Beach. As road conditions are changing daily, please check 511sc.org site first or call 511. You can also check SCDOT.org for the latest updates.
Scuba diving technology has come along way since Jacques Cousteau invented the aqualung in 1943, and the James Bond "Thunderball" film of the 1960's which boosted the snorkel and scuba craze in America. The Myrtle Beach area is one of the best and most affordable ways to enjoy the latest cutting edge technology in scuba diving. This area has become very popular for diving for these reasons---we have 60 miles of ocean, rivers and waterways to be explored down under. Open water dive sites are teeming with angel fish, amberjack, grouper, barracuda, sea turtles, and lobsters! Scuba enthusiats say there is nothing in this world quite like exploring the deep, so put on a swimsuit and book your session now!