Tranquil water surrounds Crazy Sister Marina in Murrells Inlet, belying an adventurous side to this landing which is located in the heart of the Seafood Capital of South Carolina. Though the marina provides standard dockage for boaters, the landing can also outfit water lovers for a day of adventure.
Not only can visitors eat just about anything pulled from the ocean, they can also work it off with kayak and paddleboard rentals. Crazy Sister Marina also offers charter fishing boats for those who want to catch their own dinner! For thrill-seekers, jet skis and parasailing opportunities set your heart racing on – and above – the inlet.
For families seeking adventures on the high seas, the Crazy Sister Marina also offers tours aboard the Barefoot Bounty, a replica pirate ship complete with a treasure hunt. Prepare to get wet, though – a water battle is sure to take place on this child-friendly excursion! For a more serene experience, nature lovers can enjoy marsh tours and a dolphin watch, learning about the local ecosystem and the importance of protecting it.
Dozens of restaurants line the scenic Marsh Walk that runs beside the marina. Those who have worked up an appetite are sure to satisfy their bellies or quench their thirst at one of many waterfront dining spots.
Accessible from the scenic Marsh Walk, the Crazy Sister Marina avails itself to travelers and locals who take a day on the water seriously for some serious fun.
Reflections on the Crazy Sister Marina
Contributor Treva Thomas Hammond describes the scene while capturing the above photo: “This is the marina at the Murrell’s Inlet Marsh Walk at sunrise as the fisherman begin preparing the boats for the morning excursions and birds flock to find leftover bait and food from the night before.”