All about Yacht Rentals in Miami
The hottest clubs on the block, the best shopping left right and centre, and its own mini Cuba with salsa bars, rum concoctions and delicious delights in the district of Little Havana, Miami is a pleasure to visit all year round. With warm temperatures around the seasonal clock, you can sit back on your yacht rental in Miami and cruise the Atlantic Coast as you admire the spectacular views of the gold glistening bays and crystal clear water. Visit the Florida Keys or even plan your yacht charter to the Bahamas.
Miami Yacht Rental Areas
Yacht rentals are our most popular boat rental in Miami. They are spread out across all our yacht rental bases in Miami; Miami Beach, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.
You’ll find state of the art amenities in Miami Beach, the list is endless and includes a heated swimming pool!
Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables are situated along the mainland coast of Miami. Coconut Grove and Coral Gables are within close proximity to Key Biscayne, and also closer to the Biscayne National Park and Florida Keys.
What to do in Miami
We’re almost certain that you don’t need any help from us in finding megaclubs and beach bars, but here are our two favourites, anyway.
LIV club is a vibrant club on the Miami Beach strip, but our top choice is Nikki Beach Miami. Your classic party beach scene, accelerated by DJs once the sun sets, mixed with chilled out beach vibes and a few cocktails. What’s not to love?
Commercial cravings? Lincoln Road has got your back. You can also recharge with a cup of coffee and a slice of deliciousness in one of the coffee shops here.
Azucar Ice Cream Company is a must-visit if you’re into ice cream! These guys do every ice cream flavor under the sun.
Little Havana is a district in Miami renowned for its Cuban cuisine and cocktails. Stroll the street Calle Ocho and attend a jazz night at Ball & Chain. The cocktails here are to die for!
Venetian Pool in Coral Gables is also a favourite hangout spot of ours in Miami. Of course, on a yacht rental in Miami, the Atlantic Ocean is your own exclusive swimming pool, but why not visit this elegant swimming pool and unwind in a palm tree paradise?
How to get to Miami
Naturally, Miami has its own airport, Miami International Airport (MIA). You’ll find that the airport is well linked to others and there are many direct flights from all over the world. France, the Bahamas, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, Argentina, everyone wants to go to Florida for a boat trip
Miami Beach is located just 13 miles from the airport and Coconut Grove even closer at 7-8 miles. You can use public transport to get there or take a taxi transfer.