Four days spent sailing the Florida Keys with a boat charter

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With Spring Break quickly approaching, many people are preparing to take a well-earned vacation to a warm, sunny, tropical location. Instead of taking a plane to some far-off place to lie on a beach, why not take advantage of this chance to explore the splendour, peace, and tranquil seas of the Florida Keys? The Florida Keys are a group of forty islands, each with a unique offering, that are best located south of Miami. There are many activities to be had here, from thrilling watersports to unusual sightseeing and opulent treatments. It is home to the only living coral barrier reef in North America. Our four-day itinerary to the Florida Keys will show you why you should reserve a Florida Keys yacht charter right now, since it has something for everyone.

First Day: Key Biscayne and South Beach

See the stunning homes and hotels at Star, Hibiscus, and Palm Island as you sail down the main channel on your yacht, which you may launch from the Island Gardens Marina. To enjoy lunch at Nikki Beach, take the tender ashore and anchor out in the open waters near South Beach. As you approach Key Biscayne, which is home to a sizable marine reserve that stretches north of the Keys and is known for its pastel-colored stilt houses and gorgeous reefs and sandbars, spread out on the deck. Before hiking to the 19th-century Cape Florida Lighthouse at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, explore the mangroves and tropical woodlands home to stunning animals. Enjoy a five-course fine dining experience cooked by your personal chef while you watch the breathtaking sunset from your yacht.

Day Two: The Crucial

As your yacht sails farther south towards the Florida Keys, you awaken. Before spending the morning engaging in water sports like swimming, diving, snorkelling, and more, enjoy breakfast along the sands of Boca Chita Key Beach. If fortune favours you, perhaps a pod of dolphins will approach and accompany you. Savour a meal alfresco on the deck while cruising past the shores of Islandia, Old Rhodes Key, and Elliot Key. With over 600 species of fish living in the seas, try your hand at deep-sea fishing in the afternoon for some of the greatest catches around. Bonus: You can have any catches prepared for dinner by your chef.

Third Day: Key Largo

Prepare for a morning of underwater activities amid Key Largo’s expansive coral reef upon arrival. This city holds the distinction of “diving capital of the world.” Visit the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, America’s first underwater park, to swim among the vibrant corals. Enjoy a well-earned rest with a picnic on the beach before heading ashore to go shopping at the island’s unique boutiques or play a round of golf amid the beautiful scenery. At the best eateries, savour some of the regional cuisine while the sun gently sets. Drive towards Indian Key as the evening is coming to an end and the stars start to appear.

Day 4: Key West

Cruise to Key West in the early morning, your last destination on your Florida Keys charter tour.

The island, which is at the southernmost point of the US, is well-known for its conch-style homes, exciting nightlife, and warm welcome. In the morning, take advantage of various water activities or just unwind before going ashore to see the Ernest Hemingway Museum, which honours the literary great. When dusk falls, meander through its quaint alleyways before heading to Mallory Square for the Sunset Celebrations, an exciting nighttime event including jugglers, musicians, and other performers. To experience the spirit of Key West, head to the notorious Duval Street and indulge in some Latin-inspired dining.

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