Another short trip for Oasis and the crew! This morning, Captain Jean Guy was excited to get on his way. After he lifted Oasis's anchor at 07:45, away they went for today's adventure. As usual, the engine is running, almost no wind, a mere 5 knots of wind coming from the south. The further Oasis heads south, the nicer the weather gets. After three hours of navigating, Oasis was docked at 10:45 at North Myrtle Beach. Cruising in the Intracoastal Waterway allowed us to enjoy South Carolina's Grand Strand; a 60 mile stretch of white sandy beaches, amusement parks, hotels, golf resorts, shopping malls and marinas. Many of Myrtle Beach Marinas are concentrated at North Myrtle Beach (15 miles north of Myrtle Beach) and this is where much of the action is. The area around Myrtle Beach with it's sister communities is known as the "Seaside Golf Capital of the World" with over 100 golf courses and also South Carolina's premier vacation destination. After Oasis was tied at the dock, the captain and his brother Raymond went to explore around their new destination.