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What To ExpectHome to the southernmost point in the United States, a transparent blue-green ocean surrounds Florida on three sides. The further south you travel, the more clear and stunning the sea. Diving and fishing are a must during a Florida yacht charter.
Fort Lauderdale, known as America’s Venice, is perfectly situated on the Intracoastal Waterway, making it an ideal location for boating. Also dubbed the yachting industry’s international hub, this beachy city is home to many yachting facilities from refit yards to marinas and resorts. There are ample restaurants to whet your appetite.
Further south, you will find the city where the heat is on. Miami is an international destination, boasting some of the world’s best resorts, restaurants clubs and spas. A night out on the town in this party city is not complete until you’ve danced until the sun has risen at LIV at the Fountainbleu. Recovery on Sunday can be found among the cabanas at Miami’s own Nikki Beach. If you’re interested in shopping, stroll along Lincoln road or head for the high-end designer shops at Bal Harbour. Enjoy the art deco design of Ocean drive and sip cocktails poolside in the stunning 1920s-style Delano hotel.
The coral cay archipelago of the Florida Keys offers some of the best diving in the Atlantic. Wrecks are abundant and sea life abounds. The northernmost key, Key Largo, is home to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, which features a replica of Christ of the Abyss.
Further south still, is Islamorada where you can cast a line in the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.” Bait your line for bonefish, tarpon, snook and redfish. Once you’ve reeled in the big one during your Florida yacht charter, anchor out and have the chef prepare the catch of the day while you enjoy a cocktail and the stunning sunset.
No Florida luxury yacht charter would be complete without a visit to the hedonistic and bohemian Key West. Favored by Ernest Hemingway and Jimmy Buffet, it’s always five o’clock in this rum punch-laden haven. The rowdy bars on Duval street are a sight to see, but few twilights are as stunning as the very-celebrated nightly sunset at Mallory Square.
• Enjoy an evening on the town in Miami at LIV.
• Cruise Fort Lauderdale's beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.
• Take in a sunset at Mallory Square in Key West.
• Dive off Key Largo to see a replica of Christ of the Abyss.
• Cast a line in Islamorada; have the chef prepare your catch of the day.