23 Dangerous Waters You Should Not Swim In

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South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach


It may not have the box jellyfish in its waters, but it is probably even more dangerous for swimmers. Before taking a dip in this beach, know that Myrtle Beach has some of the strongest and most dangerous rip currents in America. There are warning signs around, so don’t take this lightly. Even champion swimmers are no match for the rip currents, especially if they fight against it. The best and safest way to handle a rip current is to go with the flow. Hopefully it will take you back to the surface, most likely about 400 to 500 meters from the shore. You may survive, if you can hold your breath long enough. But panic always gets the better of us, and sadly, a lot have perished. Best to just enjoy the beach on the sand.