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Sailing boat rentals in Florida Keys

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All About Sailboat Rentals in the Florida Keys

Venture on the sailing trip of a lifetime as you explore exotic waters with your friends and family or special someone. Whether you have your own sailing license or not, it really doesn’t matter, as sailing with a skipper is an option we give our clients at Nautal. Sail with a skipper and relax as they show you the best parts of the Keys and give you inside info you would have never discovered by yourself! Alternatively, if you are a pro sailor, sail to Dry Tortuga National Park and visit these 7 utopian islands full of raw nature, wildlife and exotic sea life. 

Marinas & Harbours in Florida Keys

You can rent a sailboat in the following locations in the Florida Keys:

Key West Harbour
Conch Key

Attractions in the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are not simply a hotbed for utopian islands and clear blue waters. Ernest Hemingway lived in Key West from 1931 to 1939 and his beautiful house is now a museum that you can visit to learn all about his interesting and historically impressive life. 

After your informative time at the museum, why not go for a drink at Hemingway’s local, Sloppy Joe’s? Now called Captain Tony’s Saloon, this bar is located on Greene Street. 

You can also stop to observe the Southernmost Point Buoy at the very bottom of the US. This point was established in 1983 in Key West.

Climate in the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys not only gift sailors with beautiful views, scenery and nature, but also a sublime climate around most of the seasonal clock. 

We do not recommend renting a sailboat around July to November, as this season tends to be rainer and windier and depending on the area, can be known as “hurricane season”.

How to Get to the Florida Keys

Fly directly to the Keys from US locations such as Chicago, Miami, Orlando and New York. 

If you’re travelling other areas of Florida, you can also consider flying to Miami International Airport (MIA), which has plenty of international long-haul flights, and make your way down south. 

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