Florida offers every type of adventure, experience and entertainment, but many would say its most alluring asset is the soft, sandy shorelines of Florida beaches. With 825 miles of beaches to choose from, it’s hard to resist the relaxing waters, stunning sunrises and sunsets and sand that ranges from powdery smooth and white to hard-packed and dotted with seashells and other treasures. Indeed, Florida beaches are among the best beaches in the world, consistently taking top rankings in international travel publications and on beach expert lists.
From Pensacola Beach to Daytona Beach to Siesta Key to Miami Beach, each coastal oasis has its own vibe. Whether you’re looking for quiet seclusion, a place to surf the waves or an all-day party, do a little research to find the right Florida beach for you. The Sunshine State draws a diverse array of visitors from all over the world, eager to experience a spa-like experience in nature, with the soothing lullaby of waves, sea salt air, the soft song of seagulls and beautiful sunsets and sunrises casting beautiful colors against the sky. But not all are here for just mere beauty and serenity. Some like the quirky beach shops and bars, some crave sport fishing and snorkeling, while others like music, dancing and the company of others late into the night.
Beaches in Florida have it all, as long as you know just where to look. There’s no shortage of charming getaways, nightlife hotspots and fishing meccas along the state’s coastline. Both the Gulf and Atlantic sides have plenty of cool or quaint towns with their own sandy shores, attracting both young and old looking to escape busy lives.
A unique cruising destination combining world class city life and azure waters. Cruise the ICW, navigate the protected waters of Biscayne Bay, explore the Florida Keys, or cross the Gulfstream to Bimini and the Bahamas. A wealth of choices for every type of cruiser in all weather and wind conditions –all within 50 miles. Miami and the Florida Keys are home to the only living coral reef in the contiguous USA. Our waters are as beautiful as you will find anywhere in the Caribbean and offer great scuba, snorkeling and sport fishing opportunities. Over 1700 islands offer a dazzling array of bays, sandbars, reefs, protected moorings and small harbors to explore and call home for a night. Skip the hassles of connecting international flights, passports and customs. Step onto your charter 90 minutes after landing! Miami International Airport is an efficient hub for National and International flights and only 20 minutes from our fleet base. Most of Miami’s great cultural resources, the PAMM Art Museum, Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Frost Museum of Science, Children’s Museum, Seaquarium and many of the exciting shopping and nightlife centers are literally on the waterfront. All can be reached from your charter by foot or a short taxi ride -a unique synergy you will not find anywhere else! World-class provisioning, dining and entertaining choices at 40% less than you would spend in the islands.
Key West is a boating paradise located at the southern most tip of the Florida Keys. The climate is subtropical with SE winds most of the year. There are wonderful fishing, snorkeling and diving destinations all within a day sail. For a charter of 5 to 7 days or longer, the Dry Tortugas is 70 miles west of Key West with pristine waters and coral reefs plus historical Fort Jefferson which can be toured alone or with a guided group. A barrier reef runs from Miami to the Marquesas Keys a short distance south. Our base office in Key West is located at the world class Stock Island Marina Village, which includes the Perry Hotel. Our fleet is located at Stock Island Marina and at Oceans Edge Marina. Both Marinas boast state-of-the-art docks with individual water, power and pump out facilities. Charter clients get access to the resort facilities -including pools, restaurants, bars and complimentary shuttle service to downtown Key West and the airport. Both Marina’s are right on Hawk Channel, in 15 minutes you are on the water and sailing.