Florida yacht charters offer variety of trips and charters with each tailored to your desires. Whether you want to catch hot Florida sun, cruise into the sunset, admire Miami city lights, explore wild uninhabited tropical islands, take a professional fishing charter, or celebrate that special event in your life, charter Miami, Miami charter boat, Miami yacht charter, Miami yacht rental, and Florida yacht rental provide access to an excellent year round climate. The best time of year for yacht charter in Florida is from November to April, though the off-season is also pleasant. We offer variety of beautiful boats and yachts for any occasion. Choose from our selection of power boats, sport yachts, fishing yachts, party boats, luxury yachts, or even mega yachts for all your luxurious tropical dreams! So join us in for private trips, fun adventures, spectacular views and unforgettable memories on a yacht of your dreams! Florida is a sport fisherman’s playground and an easy jumping-off point for charterers headed to the Bahamas. Boasting mostly sub-tropical weather and the powerful Gulf Stream current flowing just off the east coast of the state, South Florida features the remarkable Florida Keys, a string of islands with the southernmost being the notable Key West. One can cruise the various Keys inside the reef in shoal-draft vessels off the eastern “ocean” side of the Keys, or make a straight shot from Miami to Key West running farther offshore. Fort Lauderdale is “The Yachting Capital of the World” and together with Miami and West Palm Beach serves as your keystone to a great yacht charter in Florida. The Florida Keys begin south of Miami, and extend for over 135 miles to Key West. Sheltered by a living coral reef, yacht charters in the Florida Keys offer splendid conditions for charters year round. The climate is tropical, while being moderated by ocean breezes. Here you will find spectacular coral reefs for diving, and quality marina facilities or peaceful anchorages for your charter yacht.At the end of the chain of islands you’ll find Key West, laid-back and friendly with its own characters, charm and quaint tradition of sunset watching on Duval Street. Combined with a crewed yacht charter, being low key in the lower keys is the perfect remedy for daily stress!The larger charter yachts are limited in their ability to navigate these waters, but options for yacht charters in Florida include smaller intimate charter yachts, sailing charter yachts and catamarans
Day 1: Arrive in sunny Florida for your first day of charter. We will start with a short cruise around the bay and along the Intracoastal Waterway to view the luxurious houses on Fisher, Palm, Hibiscus, and Star island. Embrace the experience that is South Beach, with its cacophony of languages, array of ethnic restaurants, throbbing beat of the Latin music and the dance the night away at one of the all-night clubs!
Day 2: A bit groggy from your taste of Miami, we slowly begin our cruise South. On the way we pass Key Biscayne, where former President Nixon had his vacation house, and the legendary houses of Stiltsville. As the skyline of Miami disappears you will notice the low lying islands of the Florida Keys. We will stop at Elliott Key or one of the reefs nearby, so you can dive overboard into the pristine water. To end this perfect day, we dock at the exclusive Ocean Reef Club for the evening.
Day 3: Wake up early and enjoy the morning on the golf course, shopping, or just relaxing by the pool. We then continue South/West bound towards the Middle Keys where we can stop to snorkel or take the tender to go see Indian Key, the last of the untouched keys. For dinner we will stop at Hawks Cay Marina in Duck Key. Here you will have the opportunity for a close encounter with the dolphins that live in their dolphin pool.
Day 4: Off to Key West where you can shop all day and bar hop all night. Just make sure you get to Mallory Square before sunset! We suggest Sloppy Joes to start your night of fun.
Day 5: After your encounter with Key West, head down to Sand Key or the Marqueses Keys for some fun water activities. Here we will an anchor out so you can experience one of the worldís most beautiful sunsets (yes, even better than Key West).
Day 6: As we start heading North again, we can stop at Little Torch Key where you can dine at Little Palm Island, the Keys only resort & spa.
Day 7: On our last day we cruise back to Miami and kiss the Florida Keys goodbye. You leave with many great memories and pictures to show and tell to your friends back home.