We have covered North Carolina on another of our pages already, but now it is time to discuss the casinos which are available for you to play at in South Carolina. There are only three gambling venues in the Palmetto State and two of them are cruise ships, so if you do not have your sea legs then you may want to make sure that you get used to the idea of playing in a bingo hall, as this is the only other venue which is available for you to try in the state!
No land casino licenses have yet been handed out by the local government here, and until they do the only way that you can experience real casino gambling in South Carolina is by taking a place on one of these ships that sets out a little way from shore to be in international waters before starting up the games. They are both great options, so if you have never tried a casino boat before or you know that you are great at being on the water then you should certainly try one or both of them out while you are here. The first of them is the Southern Elegance Casino Cruises ship, which boasts two hundred slot machines on board as well as twelve table games for guests to enjoy. Sailing from Little River, it sets off twice a day: Mondays to Thursdays the sailing times are 11am to 4.30pm and then 7pm to 12.30am, while on Fridays there is just one cruise in the evenings. On weekends, the morning cruise is changed from noon to 5.30pm, giving you a bit more of a lay in in the mornings. The casino may only measure one hundred and seventy five square foot in total, but it manages to squeeze in games such as 3 card poker, aces poker, blackjack, craps, and let it ride. Your other options is the Suncruz Casino Myrtle Beach, which has a slightly different sailing timetable: the morning cruise is 11am to 4pm on weekdays, and noon to 5.15pm on weekends, while the evening cruise is from 7pm to 1am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays but 7pm to midnight on all other days of the week. There are four hundred and seventy slot machine games here and twenty two table games, which include blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, craps, let it ride, mini-baccarat, poker, and roulette, all within ten thousand square feet of space.
When you have gone through all of these options you will see that there is certainly a lot to be enjoyed in South Carolina, and we still have one venue left – the Catawba High Stakes Bingo, located in Rock Hill, which is run by tribal interests and has three thousand and thirty bingo seats inside. The future of this venue is uncertain, however, so if you do not like these options then you can always go for some online casino games or bingo, or even a sports book.