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Outstanding river tour of the local Conway, SC (near Myrtle Beach) Waccamaw River area. Comfortable electric boat (no background noise), good tour guide, several tours/day and very reasonably priced for a 2 hour tour. A great activity for a visit to...more
Captain Jim made this tour a very memorable experience- we did not get to cruise in his usual pattern due to high waters and a low bridge but he took us into the beautiful swamp and past the home of his Clemson arch nemesis! So...More
Capt Jim Holbart was very knowledgeable about history of Conway and its former residents. He loves to tell amusing of his childhood growing up in the area and having a swamp & river for his playground. This was a very nice way to spend a...More
Do not pass up this affordable and entertaining sightseeing cruise. Worth the drive! Captain Jim was so funny and knowledgeable. My sons loved it (ages 10 and 13). Stop by the Horry County Museum first as he makes reference to local history.
You won't want to miss this trip. Captain Jim was so kind and knowledgeable about the river which he grew up on. Such a relaxing and enjoyable experience! Very nice and clean electric boat, and the price of $15 pp was amazing. Don't miss this...More
One of THE BEST tours that I have ever taken. Captain Jim grew up in Conway and spent many hours exploring the Waccamaw River area with his friends. He is a GREAT story-teller and passes around historic photos to help illustrate what is being talked...More
A great getaway from the touristy Myrtle Beach, only about 30 minutes away. Capt Jim was a delightful guide, very knowledgeable about the local history and ecology. Everyone in our group was excited by the electric boat, as it was very quiet and did not...More
The time flew by on this relaxing tour on the Waccamaw River. Capt. Jim kept my attention with his stories and history of the river and the town of Conway, there is not much more I can add after reading the other reviews. Enjoy your...More