About Wacca Wache Marina

The name Wacca Wache derives from the language of the Waccamaw Indians and means ‘happy, happy’. It’s a shortened combination of the phrases Waccamaw, meaning ‘happy waters’, and Wachesaw which means ‘happy hunting’.

Wacca Wache Marina has pleased boaters, fishermen and hunters for over 60 years. The marina originated in 1954, built from remnants of local houses and cottages that floated down the waterway after Hurricane Hazel moved through the Grand Strand. Today, the marina continues to be a popular spot for waterway travelers to launch their craft or enjoy as a recreational stopover.

Located in Murrells Inlet, SC on the Intracoastal Waterway at marker #57, Wacca Wache Marina is a convenient spot for exploring the beauty of the Murrells Inlet and Grand Strand area. Close to Brookgreen Gardens, Huntington Beach State Park, and the MarshWalk, Wacca Wache Marina is a prime location for travelers near and far.