Day Yacht Rental Tips for South Florida

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September 2nd, 2009
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Sailing in Miami

Sailing in Miami

With an average temperature of 82°F, it’s no wonder that renting a yacht in South Florida for a day is a widespread year round activity.  One of the most popular destinations for a day cruise in South Florida is Millionaire’s Row in Biscayne Bay.  Here you’ll see the stunning mansions of the rich and famous including homes owned by Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Oprah Winfrey, Julio Iglesias, and Gloria Estefan.

Along with the gorgeous Miami skyline you’ll also have views of the many yachts in the Port of Miami, South Beach (also known as SoBe), Brickell Avenue, Little Havana and Calle Ocho, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, and Fisher Island, home to television’s Flipper.

Another commonly visited destination when you’re renting a yacht in South Florida for a day is Elliott Key, the northernmost island of the Florida Keys.  Only accessible by boat, Elliott Key is part of Biscayne National Park and provides camping, hiking, and nature trails.

When you’re renting a yacht in South Florida for a day, be sure to take advantage of the infinite white sand beaches that can be found at John Lloyd State Park, Dania Beach, Hollywood Beach, Hallandale Beach, and the clothing-optional Haulover Beach.

Tropical Boat Charters in Miami also suggests plotting a course for Cape Florida, No Name Harbor, Virginia Key, and Biscayne Bay at night.  A 28’ Crownline yacht for 6 guests can be rented for 8 hours for $1,400 while a 115’ Westport complete with two wave runners will cost you $9,500 plus fuel.

Miami Boat located in South Beach can also arrange renting a yacht in South Florida for day with vessels like 60’ 600 Wide Body Rodriguez with a maximum of 12 passengers for $5,500 or up to 122’ Oceanfast Super Yacht for $14,000 per 8 hour rental.

But before you go, here are some things to take into consideration:
Have you chartered a yacht before?  Do you want a bareboat rental or a skippered/crew charter?  How many passengers will there be – are any of them children?  What is the purpose of renting a yacht in South Florida for a day – sightseeing? Fishing? Relaxation? Is snorkeling and other water sport equipment supplied?  Do you need to bring food and drinks?  What do we do in the case of an emergency?

Answering these quick questions will help to provide you with the best overall experience when it comes to renting a yacht in South Florida for the day.

Sources:
Miami Boat.com
Tropical boat.com
Miami and Beaches.com
Visit Florida.com
Florida State Parks.org

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