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Three Reasons Miami is the Place to Be

1. Spoilt for Choice

There is no denying that Miami has it all. You could spend a month in this stunning city and still not see everything there is to offer. Explore a city brimming with bars, taverns, clubs, restaurants and cafes drawing inspiration from every corner of the globe and adding the signature Miami twist to create something memorable. A city lined with American grills, Cuban fine-dining and delectable Asian restaurtants means you can sample flavours from across the world, all within walking distance of your yacht in the marina. Why not get a scrumptious meal from the superb takeaways dotted along the Port of Miami and enjoy them on your yacht as the sun sets on this magnificent city?

2. Dock and Discover

Miami’s numerous docking locations enables you to journey across the city on water. Viewing the white sandy beaches and turquoise waters on board your yacht is a magical experience and showcases Miami in a glamorous light. Coconut Grove is known as the heart of sailing in Miami and the passion for yachting is palpable. Ideally located, this marina enables you to shop until you drop in the famous and trendy fashion district. This area is perfect to see picturesque views of the bay, enjoyed surrounded by the stylish architecture. Alternatively, sail to the iconic Miami Beach where you are in a prime location for swimming, tanning and perhaps even a game of volleyball! Sun, sea, and superb restaurants await in Miami Beach Marina!

3. Endless Attractions

Finding the yacht too relaxing? Get your adrenaline pumping with the range of watersport activities available on the coast. Jet-skiing, parasailing, flyboarding and more can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Reach new heights and speeds off the shoreline and get some wonderful photo opportunities in the sweltering sun. Not high enough? Take a trip to Jungle Island where you can whizz through the air on their thrilling ziplines! Or discover the animals and plants both native and non-native in Miami’s Wildlife Attractions. Once you have gone searching for alligators on airboats, you will feel relieved upon returning to your perfect yacht.

Escape the Crowds

Miami’s thriving social scene is one of the highlights of the destination, but if you need to find your own oasis for the day, sail your yacht to Crandon Park Beach. Here, you can enjoy uninterrupted natural views of the Miami coastline. Tranquility is central to this location, with paradise-like beaches of shimmering white sand and crystal-clear waters. What a perfect location to dock your boat and go swimming, snorkeling or even birdwatching. Take advantage of the hammocks hanging between palm trees and enjoy a feeling of relaxation. Even less well-known is Bill Bags Cape Florida State Park. This haven away from the bustling city is a prime location for fishing, paddling and being at one with nature. If you think Miami is only about partying, you will be pleasantly surprised by the sailing opportunities available when you charter a yacht here.

Nixon Sandbar

Miami is a sailing hotspot and draws lovers of sailing every year. It is the perfect place to have fun and let loose with like-minded people in an exotic and spectacular setting. One of the most popular destinations for parties is Nixon Sandbar, home to lovers of sailing, swimming and celebrating. Weekends draw several boats filled with people looking to make the most of their time with some music, yachting and maybe even a jet-ski or two! Even the journey to the sandbar is pleasant, as the picturesque coastline of Miami is on proud display as you sail the shoreline. The beauty of Miami is you can have a loud, exciting tremendous party one day, and then sail to an isolated oasis the next. No two days are the same when you charter a boat here, and visitors to Miami often express a desire to return to do the things they missed out on the first time.

Top Sailing Tips

1. Protect Yourself

Miami boasts enviable weather and year-round sun. This is one of the main drawing factors of the bustling city, and why Florida is the sailing capital of the USA. Ensure you always have sunscreen to hand and wear appropriate clothing. It’s easy to forget to reapply after you dive into the cool sea from your yacht but remaining protected is essential!

2. Respect the Sailing Rules

Sailing in Miami is very popular, and as such there is often an influx of yachts and other boats. When docking in the marinas in Miami, ensure to follow ‘traffic’ signals and listen to the advice and instructions of those who run the marinas – they are there to help!

3. Immerse Yourself in Miami Life!

When you charter a yacht in Miami, you are going to be stunned by the sights and sounds of this iconic American city. It is called “Magic City” thanks to the spirit of its people which is reflected in the art installations, towering skyscrapers and the vibrant waterfront houses which prove to be so popular among celebrities and the world’s elite. Take everything in your stride, and make sure you sample as much of the food, entertainment, sailing and fun this city has to offer!

How to get to Miami

There is no difficulty in reaching your chartered yacht in Miami. Miami International Airport serves major international routes across the world, many of which are direct with no layovers. There is also a smaller international airport in Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport which offers alternate routes. Public transport links are extensive thanks to Miami’s Metrorail which also connects to Miami International Airport. Buses and people movers also serve the area should they be of requirement. Miami benefits from an impressive network of roadways including SR 112 (Airport Expressway) and US Highway 1 which connects Miami with Florida City.

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