When walking down the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk recently my husband happened upon a lifetime Murrells Inlet resident as often happens on his early morning excursions. The discussion turned to how much Murrells Inlet had changed and what he heard in that conversation pretty much sums it up for most of us.
“Your can’t blame people for wanting to move to paradise” and while the Inlet has certainly changed no truer words could be said. The word is out and living in Murrells Inlet is paradise to us and we are happy to be able to live here and share it with anyone who will listen.
We hope to provide you with resources you can use whether you live here or are only thinking about it. Old timers and newcomers are welcome here as we help you explore Murrells Inlet. Copyright©2011 Sandra Bundy, Broker-in-Charge, B&P, Inc. Serving the Pee Dee and Grand Strand of South Carolina.
A little video history on the fishing village of Murrells Inlet. In the 1970’s Murrells Inlet was home to a fleet of drift fishing boats that carried passengers out for full and half day fishing trips and had a thriving fishing industry. In 1967 the Capt. Alex was the first vessel of its kind on the east coast making Murrells Inlet one of the top spots for daily Gulf Stream trips at that time.