FLORIDA YACHT CHARTERS

IDEAL TIME TO CHARTER: All Year

You may already be familiar with Florida, but seeing it from a yacht gives you a totally different experience. Florida’s sub-tropical year ’round climate makes it a popular destination, and that means automobile traffic and crowds during high season. Avoid all that, and easily tender in to harbors from your own private yacht charter. We have extensive experience in luxury yachting, resort and private property destinations on both the east (Atlantic) and west (Gulf) coasts of Florida. Miami and Fort Lauderdale are good starting points if you are interested in heading to the Bahamas and south to the exciting Florida Keys.

Turtle underwater close-up
Into the sunset lit for the evening M/Y ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM
Sailing yacht on the horizon in a golden sunset in Florida Photo©2020CarolKent
Woman on underwater ski playing in Caribbean off M/Y ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM
Kayaking up to woman lounging on steps of 82ft sailing yacht Catamaran Magic Cat
Sultry Florida sunset on the water w boat, dock and palm trees
Mahi mahi fish held by passenger and crew on M/Y Arioso
Key West's famous lighthouse and banyan tree in Florida
Gate to popular Key West, Florida restaurant Blue Heaven at night

For best results, tell us your desired travel dates and itinerary ideas and let our complimentary planning service do the rest.

Deck lounge at sunset on Florida yacht
Linger over long cocktail hours lounging on deck at sunset

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On the Keys, the more popular and best-equipped ports are northernmost Key Largo, central Marathon, and far western Key Largo. The world’s third-largest barrier reef along the Atlantic side is a top destination for SCUBA diving to explore sea life and shipwrecks, snorkeling, and a host of other water activities.  Clever inventors are dreaming up new ways to enjoy the outdoors, and we take steps to ensure our yachts are well-equipped to respond to just about any water activity you care to try.

Beach sign saying, "Please leave nothing but your footprints."
Beach philosophy