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Boat rentals in South Florida

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South Florida Boat Rental

Rent a boat for a week or longer in South Florida for a holiday afloat that you’ll never forget. Known as the 'Sunshine State', located on the south-east coast of the USA, South Florida attracts over 100 million tourists each year. Choose a charter with a skipper to give your party a personal guide, and choose a route and pace that suit you best. From relaxing at anchor to enjoying water sports and activities, a South Florida boat rental offers an excellent experience for the whole family.


Best ports 

 

  • Turnberry Marina
  • Hollywood


What to See in South Florida

The main port of Miami is a vibrant and party-loving city that never rests; you can sunbathe on the beautiful sandy beaches, or explore the lively city streets, adorned with coconut palms, and admire the villas of the rich and famous. Lovers of urban life might want to take an Instagrammable selfie or two while cruising down the iconic Ocean Drive avenue or visiting the Art Deco district. Near the centre of the city is one of the most famous stretches of sand in the world - Miami Beach. You won't need to worry about booking a spot if you opt for a South Florida boat rental as you can bathe, jet ski or surf in the azure waters from the privacy of your vessel.


How to Rent a Boat in South Florida

For sunshine, glamour and the natural beauty of the ocean, chartering a boat in South Florida offers the experience of a lifetime, and for a very reasonable price. Consider renting a boat in South Florida with a skipper, depending on the level of your sailing experience, then head to the Keys, an archipelago of over 1,700 islands, just waiting to be explored. You can see some of the most beautiful scenery and observe the wildlife of the region in their natural habitats, such as Caribbean manatees and even alligators if you venture near the Everglades.


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