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Florida Yacht Charters

Fort Lauderdale Yacht Charters - Something' fun will cruise down the New River in Ft. Lauderdale and pass many beautiful homes along the way. Many celebrities and famous people have homes along our route to Port Everglades the home Luxury Liners bound for the Bahamas and Caribbean. You will see the famous Pier 66 hotel with its' rotating restaurant atop the 20th floor. Many mega yachts are docked at the marinas we pass with lots of hard working sailors ready to wave or smile for a picture so bring your camera. Watch for the Manatee's and dolphin that love the water too!

Florida Yacht Charters

Miami Yacht Charters - You'll want to save some time either before or after your yacht charter to experience SoBe. Over the last ten years, South Beach has experienced a virtual renaissance of the arts and has become a favorite backdrop for the fashion and film industries.

The nearby "Art Deco" district is famous for its pastel, lovingly restored landmark hotels and architecture. Stroll down Ocean Drive and dine at a beachfront café. Or cruise on over to Lincoln Road outdoor pedestrian mall, where an eclectic mix of shops, art galleries, restaurants and live music reflects a truly international blend of Latin, Caribbean and European cultures.

The Miami Beach Marina is conveniently located in the heart of South Beach, at the corner of the MacArthur Causeway (836 East), and South Alton Road. It's about a 15-minute taxi ride from Miami International Airport; and just a crab claw's throw away from Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant, the oldest eatery on Miami Beach, famous for it's delicious stone crabs and seafood. (They even have "take-out" stone crabs you can bring back to your boat, to start your charter out right!)

Miami Beach Marina boosts a full range of amenities, including restaurants, gourmet grocery, dive shop, swimming pool, clean restrooms with showers, laundry, luxury mega-yachts and free parking.

Key West Yacht Charters - Discover a city where real estate titles date back to the Kings of Spain. Stroll the palm-lined streets and discover gingerbread mansions, tin-roofed conch houses, the John Audubon House and Ernest Hemingway's home. Walk in the footsteps of Thomas Edison, Lou Gehrig, Harry Truman, and Tennessee Williams. Gaze at the fabled treasure of the galleon Atocha. Discover tomorrow's fine art treasures by Key West's well-known and unknown artists.

Many of our charter guests love Key West so much, they simply daysail and come back to the marina at night.

Florida Yacht Charters

More adventuresome sailors can head out for a trip to the Marquesas and Dry Tortugas. This itinerary requires advanced navigation skills, prior experience anchoring overnight; and a sense of self-reliance, since you are mostly out of VHF hailing range. The "Dry Tortugas" were named by early Spanish explorers, due to their resemblance to the sea turtles which were once so plentiful, and the fact that they are "dry", (i.e. there is no source of fresh water available).

Weather is a very important factor when planning a trip to the Dry Tortugas. Listen carefully to the local forecast and check with our Key West manager before leaving.

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Florida Yacht Charters
Florida Yacht Charters
Charter Services - C./ Josep Renom, 50 - Sabadell, España - +34 685 951 611