- Bali 4.1 - Bali Catamarans (2020)Key WestCapacity 6Cabins 3 cabBerths 6Engine 2x40hpDraught 4.10mSize 41ftwith skipper / crewfrom22 750 €*from 10/06 to 17/06View details
- Lagoon 42 - Lagoon (2019)Key WestCapacity 9Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+1Engine ---Draught 1.25mSize 42ft
- Lagoon 42 - Lagoon (2018)Key WestCapacity 11Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+3Engine ---Draught 1.25mSize 42ft
- Lagoon 380 - Lagoon (2013)Key WestCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine ---Draught 1.15mSize 38ft
Must-Sees in Key West
With influences from Cuba, Asia, America, and Europe converging to create wonderful flavour fusions, Key West is home to some luscious food establishments. Just take a walk down a busy street and smell the aromas from market stalls, bustling restaurants or even someone’s barbecue. When you dock your yacht in the marina, you are only a short walk away from some of the region’s most popular food joints. Sample the finest sea food in Hot Tin Roof, or step into history with dinner in the First Flight Island Restaurant and Brewery – the location of the first sale of Pan Am airline passes! If you are just looking to refuel quickly, treat yourself with some glazed donuts and enjoy the view over the turquoise sea. You won’t be going hungry with so many marvelous food establishments in Key West.
Take a Dip
Going for a swim has never been more enticing thanks to the translucent waters of Key West, complimented by fine, white sandy beaches and unparalleled weather. Even more exciting is the chance to immerse yourself in the reefs for which Key West is so famous. Snorkeling has proved an immensely popular activity here. Sail your yacht to Cottrell Key and be amazed by the thriving ecosystem populated by diverse sea creatures. However, the most popular snorkeling location has to be Dry Tortugas National Park. Here, families can spend the day discovering the ocean floor, followed by a picnic on the beautiful beach and an exploration of the Civil War prison Fort Jefferson .
With the views on offer of the sunset in Key West, it is no wonder that they decide to celebrate it every night. Take to the streets and be immersed in a celebration of art, performance, music and more as the sun goes down over the waves. From the shoreline, gather with the crowds as they watch the golden sky cast above the yachts in the marina. Better still – why not enjoy the sunset from the comfort of your own yacht! When you charter here, you become part of a community that embraces and rejoices the beauty of the natural world. Once you enjoy a drink watching the sun go down over the Gulf of Mexico, you will truly be in paradise.
Key West History
As the southern most point of the contiguous United States, Key West is home to curious and noteworthy historical landmarks. Popular amongst tourists who charter a yacht in this tropical haven, the Southernmost Point is marked with a large red buoy, iconic for the island as everyone decides to get a picture with it. The Customs House Museum is home to the rich and layered history of Key West, housed inside a gorgeous, red-bricked structure. If you are looking for a room with a view, the lighthouse is surely not to be missed. Here, you get a bird’s-eye perspective of the coastline displaying Key West in all its glory.
Where to Sail?
Key West is a central location offering access to a variety of stunning keys and islands. Unearth the rich history of Indian Key, currently not home to any permanent residents and only accessible by yacht. Here, placards reveal information about the former inhabitants of the island, as you can walk through the lush greenery of the island. If you want to see some of the wildlife of Florida’s islands, Long Key is home to a vast array of colourful and peculiar birds. The island used to be exclusively for the uber-wealthy but now you can sail to this serene location and enjoy the scenic views, the sounds of the wildlife and even go out on a kayak.
Sailing in Key West
A tremendously popular location for both seasoned sailors and first-timers, Key West is truly a remarkable sailing experience. Thanks to the rich landscape of the islands, and the tropical waters perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving, chartering a yacht here is a real dream. Make the most of the ideal conditions for sailing, or get the adrenaline pumping with jet skis and watersports. If you are lucky, you might see some dolphins in their natural habitat, as well as the coral reefs for which Florida is famed. When you choose Key West, you choose the best sailing conditions and gorgeous natural beauty.
How to Get to Key West
There a multitude of options when it comes to reaching your chartered yacht destination in Key West. If you are travelling from the United States, travel south on US 1 until there is no more road! If you prefer to travel by air, Key West itself has a small airport which has connecting flights to larger routes, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando. Many major international airlines offer routes from large airports across the US to the airport in Key West. There is also a ferry service operating from Ft. Meyers. Once you reach the island, the yacht will be your method of transport and will be the most effective way to experience the beauty and tranquility of the region, whilst also enabling you to visit exclusive locations only accessible by boat.
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