Here you can find the best destinations in Miami with your private yacht charter.
Downtown Miami is Miami’s bustling epicenter, packed with gleaming skyscrapers, sweeping bay views, and hidden places to explore. It’s a neighborhood of layers—decades of history overlapping and colliding; tourism destinations like Port of Miami alongside local favourites like American Airlines Arena, home to the Miami Heat; century-old buildings among new pockets of young residents who call the neighborhood home.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery and mansions along the intra coastal.
You can cruise further southward towards Rickenbacker causeway into Biscayne Bay where you will often see dolphins playing. Anchor at Nixon sandbar to swim, relax and let the good times roll with many other boats partying on the water.
Cruise north through the intracoastal waterway making your way towards Fort Lauderdale. This scenic route will showcase the gorgeous homes and historic neighborhoods including Sunny isles, Hallandale and Hollywood Beach.
There are many famous waterside restaurants along this route to stop and have lunch. After cruise back south and anchor at Haulover sandbar where you can swim, and take advantage of all the water toys on board, jet ski or relax and sun bathe. There are always many other boats anchored here and is notorious for on the water party vibes.
Fort Lauderdale is famous for its beaches, arts, culture and events.
Experience Fort Lauderdale's landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall and brick paved path.
What you can do and see by boat:
- Cruising to sandbars for a swim stop
- Sightseeing Star Island and celebrity mansions
Key West is the last of the islands and the most highly populated. It is only 90 miles from Cuba, making it the southernmost point of the United States.
A sanctuary for boating, sailing, and watersports enthusiasts! With so much natural beauty to explore like coral reefs, mangroves, and incredible wildlife, it’s easy to see why spending a day out on the water is a must when visiting the Florida Keys!
Beautiful beaches and magnificent marine life aside, viewing historical landmarks like these from a watercraft makes for breathtaking views and the photos for your memories:
- Mallory Square
- The Historic Seaport
- The Southernmost Point
Islamorada is only a mere 90 minutes south of Miami and is known as the Sport fishing capital of the world. Although fishing is the main activity in Islamorada, there are many other activities to do If you want to relax on the water all day, you may love to stop by a sandbar where water is crystal clear and knee deep, enjoying a drink with friends, family, or other friendly boaters.
You will find a great sandbar located off the Windley and Upper Matecumbe Keys, and of course, it is only accessible by boat! You will have a blast fishing or diving to explore the colorful reefs.
Visitors will be sure to find many restaurants where you can park your boat, and go for a nice lunch or dinner. Cruising around, you may even have the chance to see sea turtles and wild dolphins.
Key Largo is the largest section of the Keys, and is also known as ‘The Diving Capital of the World’ due to a vast living coral reef that is located just a few miles off shore. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park was the first undersea park built in the United States where scuba diving, snorkeling, exploring a Spanish shipwreck, and fishing are just a few of the popular excursions possible here.
Molasses Reef is the number one visited coral reef in the Upper keys and perhaps the world for scuba diving. The water is clear and diving here is a special experience because of the sheer amount of fish in this area. In fact, it is reputed to be the world’s fishiest reef. With a lot of shallow reefs, spur, and groove reefs, it is very much diver friendly and dive ready
Don't forget to visit the Christ of the Deep. This bronze statue is eight feet tall and weighs an astonishing 4000 pounds in just about 25ft of water right off of Key Largo. Located near the Dry Rocks no more than 6 miles east-northeast of the Key Largo cut in the Coral Reef state park, this statue is a huge tourist attraction for all.