Sailing Myrtle Beach
Whether by professional instruction or captained charters, Myrtle Beach Sailing School has been introducing sailing to locals, nearby communities, and visitors to the area since 2013.
Our PRIVATE half-day and full-day sailing charters are great for getting away from the crowded beaches and shopping while allowing you to experience the area waters like few are able to do. Don't forget to bring your camera!
For those seeking structured sailing lessons we offer multi-day, liveaboard American Sailing Association (ASA) certifications, as well as Intro to Sailing, and private non-certification lessons.
We invite you to come aboard and join us for cruising the most scenic private boat tours Myrtle Beach has to offer.
While on your sailing adventure you will get to experience motoring through the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, setting sail in the calm, protected waters of Little River Inlet, then continuing your voyage into the Atlantic Ocean. Take a turn at the helm steering the boat or just sit back and relax...it is up to you.
Each boat tour is private and, depending on your adventure, can accommodate up to 4 to 6 guests. Complimentary chips, sodas, bottled waters and ice are available and you may bring your own food, beverages and adult beverages. Catered meals are also available.
Myrtle Beach Sailing School offers LIVE-ABOARD American Sailing Association Certification courses (ASA sailing lessons) and non-certification sailing lessons that are perfect for those individuals, couples, friends or families that have either always wanted to learn to sail, would like to find out if sailing is for them, or would like to increase their sailing skills and confidence.
Why Choose Myrtle Beach Sailing School?
- Maximum Knowledge Retention
- Industry-Leading 2 to 1 & Private Instruction for Beginner Courses
- Live-Aboard Programs
- Focus on Ocean Sailing
- No Short Cuts/Fast-Tracking
- Private Couples Courses
- Flexible Scheduling for Beginner & Intermediate Courses
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