Explore The Florida Charter Itineraries options. Miami, Key West, and Florida’s Gulf Coast are perfect destinations on a luxury yacht charter for a tropical getaway. Whether you want adventures, such as Scuba diving and jet skiing, relaxing with an icy-cold drink, or a little of both, a Florida yacht charter has it all.
The crew will thoughtfully design your unique Florida charter itinerary. The following samples give you an idea of what you can do. For example, you can start your charter in Miami, travel to the Keys, then return to Miami.
Fort Myers to Fort Myers Itinerary
Year-round mild temperatures, miles of powder-white sandy beaches, and clear water make the Florida Gulf Coast a superb yachting destination. The following is a sample five-day itinerary. Additionally, your captain will help you custom-design your unique itinerary. Day 1: Fort Myers Fort Myers in southwest Florida is where you begin your Florida Gulf Coast Itinerary. Before heading out on your charter, spend some time exploring the area. Visit the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, pick up some tasty citrus fruit from Sun Harvest Citrus, or have a relaxing waterfront lunch at Dixie Fish Co. Ft. Myers Beach. Photo by Taryn Manning on Unsplash. Day 2: South Seas Resort Marina Next on your Florida Gulf Coast Itinerary, stop at South Seas Resort. Enjoy all of the amenities this resort has to offer. Choose from active pursuits like golfing, off-shore fishing, or parasailing. Or, indulge in more laid-back activities like beachcombing...
Key West, Florida, the southernmost town in the continental United States, was once home to pirates and salvage operations. Today, Key West is a paradise for all who long to get away from the fast pace of everyday life. Key West Southernmost Point. Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau. Day 1: Key West Spend the afternoon browsing eclectic shops, visiting museums to learn about Key West's colorful past, or bar hopping on Duval Street. Take a hike, visit the shipwreck museum, and learn about all the shipwrecks in the area. Visit the Hemingway House, home to famed author Ernest Hemingway. He wrote many of his novels in Key West. Some believe the saloon at what is now Captain Tony's was the inspiration for a bar Hemingway called "Freddy's" in his Key West novel To Have and Have Not. Hemingway House. Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau. The sunset...
Sail the Florida Keys coastline on your Miami to Key West Yacht Charter. There are many options from which to choose, and the captain will customize an itinerary just for you. The itinerary below is an example of one eight-day option. Key West, Florida sunset. Photo by Bruce Warrington on Unsplash. Day 1: Miami Depart Miami for a short sail to Elliott Key for swimming and snorkeling. Then, sail to Pumpkin Key. Anchor for the night. Day 2: Key Largo Arrive at the first of the Florida Keys. Spend the day snorkeling or diving at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Day 3: Islamorada Also known as the Sport Fishing Capital of the world, Islamorada is a destination in itself. Dine waterfront at Islamorada Fish Company and then step inside the adjacent World Wide Sportsman. Inside there's a wall-size aquarium as well as a replica of Ernest Hemingway's boat, Pilar....
Miami, Florida has long been an internationally-popular vacation destination. Not only does it boast luxurious hotels, vibrant South Beach nightlife, and colorful little Havana, but also world-class dining, sporting, and boating. The following is a sample itinerary of a yacht charter that begins in Miami, travels south to the Florida Keys, and returns to Miami. Miami Beach. Photo by Raymond Bosma on Freeimages. Day 1: Miami The starting point for your Miami to Miami itinerary is vibrant and multi-cultural Miami. This city is modern, multi-cultural, and diverse. From sun-kissed South Beach to vibrant Little Havana, Miami offers something for everyone. Spend some time exploring before heading out on your Florida yacht charter. Day 2: Boca Chita and Elliott Key Snorkel and explore Boca Chita Key and Elliott Key. Both islands are part of the Biscayne National Park. Boca Chita Lighthouse. Days 3 and 4: Key Largo The first of the...
Day 1 and 2 - Palm Beach Island Start your Palm Beach to Miami Itinerary on the beautiful Palm Beach Island. Here is where you can choose to berth in two luxury marinas: Palm Harbor Marina or Australian Docks. Palm Beach Island is a wonderful place to browse luxury boutiques. But if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can go diving with sharks in the warm, crystal clear waters. For a day of culture and history, the Lightner Museum (also known as Flagler Museum) housed in the former Alcazar Hotel built in 1888, features a wonderful collection of 19th-century art. There are several delicious restaurants on the island, including HMF at the Breakers Hotel, a glamorous social club named after the resort’s founder, Henry Morrison Flagler. Sant Ambroeus is another wonderful choice. With a menu of fresh Italian dishes and unmissable cocktails, this spot is an elegant place to spend an...
Visit the best of the Florida Keys on your South Florida to Key West Itinerary. The itinerary below is an example of one eight-day option. Your Captain will work with you to craft a unique itinerary based on your interests and the weather at the charter time. Day 1: South Florida to Key West Itinerary: Miami There are endless activities in this dynamic city. Visit the famous South Beach, the Miami Seaquarium, or Little Havana. Then, board your yacht and settle in for a beautiful vacation. Miami Beach. Photo by Photo by Pasmahl on Unsplash. Day 2: Rodriguez Key Anchor at Rodriguez Key. Generally, the waters here are warm and calm, which makes swimming and snorkeling a good activity. Rodriguez Key is near John Pennekamp State Park and Key Largo. Take the tender to Key Largo and swim with dolphins at Dolphins Plus. Day 3: Bahia Honda Bahia Honda State...
Seven-day sample itinerary starting and ending in Miami, Florida. This trip takes you from retro-chic South Beach to the laid-back Florida Keys and back.
Miami to Key West
You'll go from bustling urban Miami to quiet tropical Key West on this seven-day adventure.
Florida Gulf Coast
Florida's Gulf Coast covers over 770 miles. You could easily spend months exploring the sandy beaches, quaint towns, history, and cuisine from Marco Island near the Everglades to Saint George Island in the Panhandle.
Places to see in Florida.
Key West, Florida. While in Key West, spend half a day deep-sea fishing. Enjoy some of Key West's freshly caught shrimp.
The Dry Tortugas National Park. Weather permitting, you will spend a night anchored here while enjoying a wonderful sunset and dinner.
Everglades National Park.
Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters.
Cape Romano is a cape on the Gulf Coast of Florida below Naples, Florida. Also, it is close to the Ten Thousand Islands in Collier County, Florida.